Somerset Homes For Sale

Somerset is home to a wide variety of shopping, dining, and recreational options. If you’re looking for homes for sale in Somerset, view our listings today!Median Home Price: $196,000



Want to get outside and play in Somerset? The village is home to nine parks, including a 26-acre natural area called Le Grandeur, which connects to village trails and an 18-hole disc golf course! Whether you’re in search of playground equipment, basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, picnic tables, or anything in-between, you’ll find it here.


From everyday necessities to specialty gifts and more, Somerset is home to a variety of retailers sure to meet your needs. Whether you’re in the market for sporting goods, a gift for a baby shower, new tools, or anything in-between, stores like the Main Street Mall, Petal Heads, Treadmill Sports, and Do It Best Hardware have you covered.


If you’re hungry in Somerset, you’ll find that you have a wide variety of dining options to choose from. Whether you want to treat the family to some delicious pizza from Pizza Planet, are thinking about having some phenomenal wings, tater tots, or burgers from General Sam’s Bar & Grill, or want breakfast any time (from the Everyday Café), you’ll find the perfect restaurant to keep you full and satisfied!


The Village of Somerset contracts with a local sanitation provider to offer comprehensive recycling services to all residents in an effort to help keep Somerset as sustainable and environmentally friendly as possible.


The School District of Somerset, home of the Spartans, is responsible for providing educational services and resources to Somerset residents of all ages. The district offers extensive community education programs, exciting athletics, and significantly exceeds standards for postsecondary readiness across all grades, with an extremely high graduation rate.


Besides school bus transit, there are no public transportation services available in Somerset, WI.

Local Government

The Somerset Village Board, consisting of the Village President and six trustees, is responsible for any and all city business. From allocating budgets to deciding village policy, this board meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month to discuss the distribution of village resources and work to increase overall quality-of-life for residents.

Village History

The Village of Somerset was first founded in 1856 when Samuel and Hud Harriman came to the Apple River in hopes of erecting a lumber mill. Not only did they build the mill, but also a general store, around which they platted the streets from which the village sprang up. Churches, schools, and other businesses followed, in addition to the railroad high bridge, and other modern amenities. Today, Somerset is home to about 3,000 residents, as well as a thriving economy, making it a phenomenal place to call home.

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