Please visit our new subdivision, Parkview, overlooking beautiful Badger Park. The average lot size is 1/3 acre and includes all utilities to the property line. There are six sites available for duplexes and some sites have natural landscapes suited for walkout basements. Residential lots for $1.00 now available. For more information, contact the City Clerk at (608) 965-4424, Extension 3.



Cory and Emily grew up in the Chicago suburbs. At 29 years old, ready to start a family, they found Shullsburg. They were immediately attracted to its charm, proximity to Galena and Madison and a great school within walking distance. They restored an 1890 miner’s cottage on Hope Street and moved into it in 2009. Since then, 2 boys joined their family and they enjoy the quality of life only a small town can offer.  Cory is active with local historical projects and a member of the City Council. Cory is enamored by Shullsburg because, “It’s untouched by corporate chains and rural school consolidation, Shullsburg is a remnant of the past and reminiscent of small towns of the 1950s.”



After living in Washington State, Michael and Mary decided to return to Mary’s native Wisconsin to retire and be closer to their grandchildren. It was Mary’s dream to live in a limestone house. In 2011, they visited Shullsburg and were immediately determined to buy the historic Rennick House, built of local limestone in about 1855 and an excellent example of the Gothic Revival style. Soon after they purchased their dream home, they fell in love with everything else. In 2014, they became curators of the Badger Mine and Museum and have devoted themselves to sharing Shullsburg’s history with its visitors. Michael explains, “With so much of the town’s integrity in place, we thought it was really special. The absence of stoplights in the county also made me happy. Now the only traffic I encounter is a slow-moving tractor.”