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Residental Living

he variety of homes and lifestyles in the Richland area attract people from across the board. From young families to baby boomers and downscaling seniors, we offer a simpler way of life along with the feeling of “coming home.” Families become more grounded and down to earth, allowing parents to connect with their children, siblings, extended families and friends.

Learning to truly appreciate life, family and community is an added benefit of leaving behind the fast paced, stressful routine for a more moderate lifestyle…and in Richland Center we have the added benefit of being close to urban assets.

Situated just 60 miles west of Madison and 60 miles east of La Crosse, Richland Center is in the perfect position to utilize the cultural benefits, job market and other resources of both metropolitan areas. In addition, we have wonderful schools, a regional airport, local hospital and clinic, two-year college, a nearby technical school, many churches and excellent park systems in both the City and County. Our community is safe and a good place to raise a family. For all those reasons, we are seeing more and more new growth and families relocating to the Richland area.

You’ll find a wide array of housing designs here, including the late 19th century Charles Craig House, a Queen Ann style home of rare architectural beauty, and the early 20th Century Fred H. Pratt House, known for its Prairie Schoolhouse design. Both are included on the Historical & Architectural Heritage Tour of Richland Center which can be picked up at the Visitor Center at the corner of Highway 14 and Seminary Street.

You’ll embrace the scenery of the Ocooch Mountain range that surrounds us and be captivated by the wildlife that shares the bounty of this rich land with us.

Scenic Byway 60 follows the graceful curves of the Lower Wisconsin River along the southern border of Richland County. See the beauty of nature left to its own devices for thousands of years. As transcendent as the ancient Driftless area landscape itself is the history encoded in its formations.

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