The Siepmann Realty Difference

Exceptional Properties. Natural Surroundings.

As you look for a lot for your new home, it is important to explore all your options. More than the school district or proximity to amenities, we encourage you to evaluate what makes the neighborhood you choose truly unique. As the developer behind the most innovative properties and iconic neighborhoods in the area, we’re proud to build places where neighbors become friends and friends become family. We know that no two communities are the same, yet the principles and commitment to quality remain unchanged. These three concepts guide our land development process, and should guide your homesite selection as well:

BUILDING COMMUNITIES

Running with the dog, watching the kids play in the field behind the house, an evening under the stars on the patio. How do you enjoy peace and quiet? Each community has been designed to draw out the best in life…no matter what that means to you.

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CONSERVATION STYLE DEVELOPMENT

Watching the deer along the tree line at dusk, strolling the walking trails, or simply listening to the wind blow through prairie grass…those are the sights and sounds of conservation development. Embracing natural elements and ensuring wildlife and vegetation is protected for generations.

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ARCHITECTURAL VALUE

Pulling into your neighborhood 20 years after you first built your home or entertaining friends for the first time in your brand new home – that wow-factor is there. Attention to detail across all homes in a community, guided by good design principals that drive architectural value.

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LAND BROKERAGE EXPERTS

Do you have a property you would like to develop? Would you like to sell your property?
Let us help. With extensive experience in brokerage, land planning, zoning approvals, and construction, we’ll give you the best opportunity to maximize the outcome for your property, all with a full dose of great customer service.

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BUILDING COMMUNITIES

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CONSERVATION STYLE

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ARCHITECTURAL VALUE

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Neighborhood Amenities

Enjoy Life in a Siepmann Community

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Play Areas & Clubhouses

Clubhouses and grill stations, paired with playgrounds, sport courts, and pools for families and kids of all ages.
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Community Areas

Community developed fire pits and gathering spaces are designed to help foster neighborhood relationships.
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Open Spaces

Buy a half acre homesite, but own part of 50 acres of open community space included in your homesite price.
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Streetscape

Enjoy enhanced curb appeal and community-wide landscaping with rolling hills, curvilinear road, and decorative streetscapes.
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Walking Trails

Maintain less and enjoy more with miles of shared walking trails, bike path, and conservation spaces.
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Natural Wildlife

Natural elements like wetlands and tree lines ensure wildlife and vegetation is protected for generations.

Our Roots in Southeast Wisconsin

LONGEVITY OF COMPANY & COMMUNITY

The best memories are made in the best neighborhoods. Some of our own family memories date back over 75 years when our grandfather Paul Siepmann’s first subdivision became a reality. Since then, we’ve taken conservation development further than ever imagined. As the developer behind the most innovative properties and iconic neighborhoods in the area, we’re proud to build places where neighbors become friends and friends become family. Use our interactive timeline to take a look back through our family and company history!

  • Willaura

    Willaura was our first conservation subdivision. Then it was called Planned Unit Development or cluster layout. Entranceways became popular. The city moves west.

  • Five Fields

    City of Pewaukee. Pewaukee became the new Brookfield. Five Fields was outstanding, complete with parks and trails. Open space became more and more important and became an obsession for us at Siepmann Realty Corporation.

  • Hawksnest

    Hawksnest was extraordinary. Almost 50% open space, miles of trails, tennis court, soccer field, the finest conservation development so far. Even included the Ice Age Trail surrounded by 35 acres of pristine woods.

  • The Preserve at Hunter’s Lake

    Winner of the coveted 1997 Wetland Award presented by the Environmental Law Institute, May 1997, for Land Stewardship. Over 200 acres of common areas included. Three-quarters mile of lakeshore, high wooded ridges, lovely meadows, miles of trails, including a segment of the national Ice Age Trail. The restoration of the major house. Charming barns preserved. The old caretaker’s house is reborn as a clubhouse and gathering place.

  • Lakeside Conservancy

    Complete with a charming clubhouse and swimming pool. 33 acres preserved in conjunction with the Waukesha County Land Conservancy.

  • Windrush

    Village of Hartland. Another successful partnership with the Waukesha County Land Conservancy preserves almost 50 acres of open space for future generations.

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