|Home Buying Education Opportunities
LBWN partners with many of Milwaukee's non-profit home buying
education providers to help homeowners prepare for the purchase
of their first home. Courses can help you examine your income,
spending, and savings, as well as understand the home buying
process and the legal documents required for the transaction.
Not ready to buy a house yet? The home buyer education program
also offers one on one counseling to help you become financially
ready to make the big investment of your first home.
|Featured Home For Sale In Neighborhood
|Click here to learn about resources available to fix and improve your home
|The Layton Boulevard West Neighborhood is a vibrant
community where the people are as
diverse as the architecture- Milwaukee Arts and Crafts
Bungalows, Victorian worker’s cottages, brick
colonials, and a one of a kind collection of six American System-
Built Homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Three
neighborhoods are located within the LBWN feature
neighborhood: Silver City, Burnham Park, and Layton Park.
Our neighborhood's turn-of-the-century homes feature German
craftsmanship, unique architectural detail, and beautiful stained
glass windows that cannot be matched by new construction. Our
central location, just southwest of downtown between Miller Park
and the Mitchell Park Domes, proves to be an immense
attraction when combined with our the affordable housing stock.
With easy access to the freeway just minutes away, get
anywhere in the Milwaukee Metro region within minutes! There
are a wide variety of international dining, shopping, and
entertainment options throughout the Silver City Main Street
District and the Layton Boulevard West Neighborhood.
For those seeking recreational opportunities, the Hank Aaron
State Trail will take you on a scenic and relaxing ride from Miller
Park, through the redeveloped greenspace in the Menomonee
Valley, along the Menomonee River, past Chimmney Park, the
Marquette Athletic Fields, Potawatomi Bingo and Casino, and
the Harley Davidson Museum, through the Walker's Point
Neighborhood and the Third Ward, past the Milwaukee Institute
of Art and Design and the Summerfest Grounds, all ending at
Lake Shore State Park on the Lakefront!
Access to the Menomonee Valley and the Hank Aaron State trail
is now easier than ever with the opening of the Valley Passage.
Click here to learn more about the Menomonee Valley Passage
and what it means for our neighborhood.
|Layton Boulevard West Neighbors Inc., Sacred Heart Center 1545 S. Layton Boulevard
Suite 506 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53215 414-383-9038
|N e i g h b o r h o o d s
|After participating in the program you could be eligible to receive grants toward the down payment and/or
closing costs of the purchase. Ask the home buying education counselor to learn about the specific grants
they work with.
LBWN's Home Buying Education Partners
ACTS- Allied Churches Teaching Self-Empowerment Community Development Corporation
Housing Resources, Inc
NEW TURNKEY HOME FOR SALE:
LBWN sells affordable, completely renovated,
energy efficient homes through the Turnkey
Renovation Program. These homes feature
energy efficient designs for continued
affordability- combining classic craftsmanship
with the modern energy efficient amenities
that you'll love! We now have several
homeownership opportunities available.
2026 S 29th St, LBWN's latest Turnkey Home
will be coming to the market soon.
CLICK HERE for more information on this
Turnkey Home, including floor plans and
If you're interested in purchasing this home,
contact Jeremy at LBWN at (414) 383-9038 x.
2515 or email@example.com.
En Espanol, comuniquese con Brianna de
LBWN al (414) 385.5300 o firstname.lastname@example.org
|Click here to view current homes for sale in the LBWN neighborhood
|Click here to learn more about the many wonderful neighborhood amenities that make our
neighborhood a great place to live, work, and play!!!
Take Root Milwaukee Homeownership Fair
Saturday, May 4th | 8:00am-12:00pm
Click Here for Details