About Milton, Wisconsin

Old Milton signMilton, Wisconsin is a small town with a big heart. Coming in with a population of just 5,546 at the time of the 2010 census, the Milton community is close-knit and the town is well loved by its residents. Colewell Banker The Realty Group can help you make Milton your hometown, offering an array of real estate choices within this small town. Whether you are looking at single family homes or condos, we can guide you through the Milton homes for sale and help you find the perfect fit for you and your family.

Milton is a great place to purchase a condo or single family home. With the nickname "History in Progress," Milton is an ever-evolving city that was only officially created in 1967 through a merger of two towns, but which also has historical links reaching back to the Underground Railroad. Milton's single family homes in are a mix of newer construction and historic buildings, each with their own character. Many have beautiful yards and are located on quiet residential streets. In such a small town, everything is nearby, and your neighbors will always recognize you. Buying a single family home in Milton means gaining a real community.

Milton houseCondos are among the newer construction in the small town of Milton. Milton's condos are a great step down for older couples who no longer want to handle the upkeep on a larger single family home. The condos in Milton create an even smaller community within the town, with their central pool and clubhouse. The condos in Milton are state of the art and excellently maintained, offering all types of modern amenities. Condos are also a great choice for young couples just starting out, who don't yet need the space of a single family home.

Buying real estate in Milton is about more than just choosing a place to live. Instead, it is about choosing a community. By purchasing one of the Milton homes for sale, you become a member of this select group, this unique conglomeration of families. Few towns like Milton exist anymore, and this makes the experience of living in Milton truly valuable. Coldwell Banker The Realty Group considers this Rock County town to be truly one of a kind in today's bustling world.

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Milton Schools and Demographics


Education near Milton, WI

City County
College Degree - 2 year 14 10
College Degree - 4 year 17 13

Demographics near Milton, WI

City County
Population 5,446 162,588
Population Density 1,197 226
Median Age 39.4 39.5
People per Household 2.5 2.5
Median Household Income 47,843 44,637
Average Income per Capita 26,337 25,419

Milton Real Estate

Milton, Wisconsin has a population of 5,446. Milton is more family-centric than the surrounding county with 31% households with children. The county percentage for households with children is 30%.

The median household income in Milton, Wisconsin is $47,843. The median household income for the surrounding county is $44,637 compared to the national median of $49,877. The median age of people living in Milton is 39.4 years.

Milton Weather

The average high temperature in July is 83.09 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 7.63 degrees. The annual precipitation is 33.38.

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Coldwell Banker The Realty Group
4435 N State Road 26 (Milton Ave)
Janesville, WI
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