Woodruff WI Real Estate Listings by Coldwell Banker Mulleady REALTORS®
Woodruff is a small town in Oneida County that was created in 1888. George Woodruff, owner of the Woodruff-Macguire Lumber Company, would have freight labeled: "Ship to Woodruff at Muskonegan Creek, NorthWestern Terminal" and eventually the town was named for him.
Like many Northwoods towns, Woodruff had originally been a lumber town which later became a tourist destination. In the midst of clear lakes and rich forests, Woodruff offers year-round outdoor activities: fishing, boating, water skiing, hiking, biking, hunting, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and more. The Art Oehmcke State Fish Hatchery is one of the only fish hatcheries in the state that restocks muskellunge, walleye, and northern pike.
Coldwell Banker Mulleady REALTORS® takes pride in having decades of experience with, and strong local knowledge about, the Woodruff real estate market. We know the territory. We have a solid reputation for bringing successful results to both Sellers and Buyers and are known for our integrity and high ethics. We love the Northwoods, that special place each member of our team calls home. Whether you're fishing or house hunting, Woodruff is best explored with a local guide. Not only are there unique areas, but the lakes themselves have their own personalities when it comes to use, clarity, and depth. Wondering which fish you can catch in which lake? We've got the answers. If you have any questions about septic tanks, generators, local handymen, taxes, or more, we’ll point you in the right direction.
When there are Woodruff lake houses for sale, they rarely stay on the market for long. You can set up an real estate email alert here on our website so that you find out as soon as a new listing for lake homes in Woodruff, WI is posted. Or, feel free to contact any of our REALTORS® in any of our offices and they can contact you when a new listing occurs.
Working on a budget when purchasing a house?
If you're considering buying a property in Woodruff, we suggest you approach your favorite bank, credit union, or other financial institution to receive Pre-Approval. That way, you'll know exactly how much house you can afford and will be able to target which properties fit your budget. This one step can save you excessive time spent or disappointment later.