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Racine County’s Luxury Home Builder

We serve our clients with distinguished service through an enjoyable, exciting, and transparent custom home building experience from beginning to end. As the leading Racine County luxury home builder, we’re committed to giving you and your family the full attention of our professional team when building your dream home.

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More about Racine County

If you’re looking for a new home or vacation location in the Midwest, consider this great area along Lake Michigan – Racine County. Residents and tourists alike can enjoy a wide variety of cuisines and activities. Seated between Chicago, Illinois (60 miles to the south) and Milwaukee, Wisconsin (25 miles to the north), Racine County appeals to architecture aficionados, shoppers, culture buffs, outdoor enthusiasts, and more. There’s something for everyone here.

At last count, an estimated 195,800+ individuals lived in Racine County. It comprises an impressive collection of towns, villages, and cities. You’ll also find unincorporated communities and census-designated places. There are even a handful of ghost towns for curiosity seekers and those who are a bit more daring. Contained within Racine are five railroad companies and five municipal airports. Numerous major highways run through the County, including US-45, US-41, I-94, and I-41.

Racine is bordered by Waukesha County, Walworth County, Kenosha, Allegan, Ottawa, and Milwaukee Counties in the southeast corner of Wisconsin. Typical of Midwest locations, it thoroughly enjoys all four seasons.

For family attractions and culture, ever-changing exhibits are displayed in the US’s largest collection of contemporary crafts at the stunning Racine Art Museum. The Majestic Wind Point Lighthouse has been the inspiration for many artists. For something, the entire family can enjoy, experience the Racine Zoo’s 28-acre, charming lakefront setting. The Racine Theater Guild and Racine Heritage Museum hold other curiosities and entertaining opportunities.

Speaking of entertainment and dining, plan a day or a night around Racine’s many offerings involving culinary delights and amusement. No visit to Racine County is complete without its world-famous, oval-shaped Danish pastry known as “Kringle.” It is Wisconsin’s official state pastry, and this delectable delight can be found in most local bakeries.

Ranging from eclectic to the traditional, there are a variety of other delicious temptations involving Racine’s numerous restaurants. These include BBQ, Mexican, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese, Italian, and Greek. Shoppers and foodies can select from national chain retailers to one-of-a-kind boutiques to seasonal farmer’s markets. Plenty of live entertainment is offered in the County’s pubs, clubs, and local festivals for exciting nightlife.

Still, other individuals exhibit an interest in different types of architecture. For them, Racine provides the Wings Spread Conference Center, Golden Rondelle Theater, Fortaleza Hall, and architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright.

However, Racine County is unrivaled for those who prefer nature over buildings. They can try kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and fishing. North Beach made the “51 Great American Beaches” list in USA Today.

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