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As noted by author and historian Ellen D. Langill, Manitowoc County continues to be one of Wisconsin's most scenic and viable places to live.

You will find nearly every style of home in Manitowoc/Two Rivers, from tidy starter homes to large, historic homes which remain as sentinels to a storied past. This diverse blend of housing styles is the foundation for civic organizations and activities, many of which are based in tree-lined neighborhoods.

Economic development success has spawned the growth of residential areas and construction of new homes. That same success has spurred quality apartment living, popular with working families and young professionals.

Homes in the Manitowoc/Two Rivers area provide a nice blend of the classic and the modern. Your taste in homes won't limit your choice of neighborhoods because home styles and sizes blend throughout the city. If you are looking for a quiet neighborhood, close to schools, churches and shopping, almost any home fills the bill. Many times, these are within walking distance.

If your tastes are more contemporary, Cape Cod style and split-level homes offer a special atmosphere without the maintenance of an estate. Many properties in town feature mature hardwood trees, which provide shade in the summer and let the warm sun through in autumn and winter. Rural home sites, often with farms or forest lands, are available.

Retired residents are a valuable asset to any community and Manitowoc/Two Rivers has housing options specially designed around the retired lifestyle. Those retirement villages offer apartment units, special security, assisted-living programs and many other amenities.

Throughout the community, friendly neighbors add special warmth to the feeling of coming home, a feeling experienced by newcomers and long-term residents alike.


Economic development success has spawned the growth of residential areas and construction of new homes. That same success has spurred quality apartment living, popular with working families and young professionals.


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