Shorewood Wisconsin is a northern suburb of Milwaukee. The town is on the shores of Lake Michigan and is about five miles north of Milwaukee’s city center. Shorewood and Milwaukee link to each other through North Lake Drive or Route 32. The Milwaukee River is on the western end of the town. Shorewood has a population of 13,000.
There are four public schools in town. The Shorewood School District operates these schools, including the Shorewood High School. The school’s campus was built in the 1920s and 1930s and features an auditorium whose design was inspired by the RKO Theater in New York. The St. Robert School is also in Shorewood and is operated by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
The WITI TV Tower is situated in Shorewood. The tower supports the local Fox television station. The tower is more than 1,000 feet in height and was built in 1962. It was one of the tallest free-standing towers in the world when it was built.
Shorewood WI was originally a part of the city of Milwaukee. The town seceded from Milwaukee in 1900. The town was called East Milwaukee until 1917 when it changed its name to Shorewood.
The remnants of the SS Appomattox are on the shores of Lake Michigan near Shorewood. The freighter was built in the late nineteenth century. The ship ran on a reef on Lake Michigan and sank. The wreck is specifically near the Atwater Beach area.
Shorewood is home to multiple historic houses. The Benjamin Church House is a Greek Revival house from the 1840s and is considered to be the oldest home in the Milwaukee area. The Elizabeth Murphy House was built in the 1910s off of a design by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Estabrook Park is on the northwestern part of the city. The park has a large walking trail and a smaller dog park.
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Have a very small yard just hurt my back can't do physical work anymore. Not too much work at all but if done a good job will want the person Services till winter.