Wyoming County has excellent school systems, dedicated volunteer fire departments, modern medical facilities and two small private airports. All of these combine to accentuate an already great quality of life. You will feel part of a community that welcomes those who want to get involved in town affairs, while those who prefer a more reclusive lifestyle will be granted the quiet peace they desire.

Whether you prefer a historic home close to town or a country home with land where you can unwind and relax Wyoming County can provide just that.  Our surrounding lake communities are becoming the perfect place for a weekend or vacation home, where year-round residents and second homeowners live side-by-side.

Local residents take pride in keeping the hometown community spirit through our 86 churches, 66 clubs and various social organizations. We’re proud that this is a community where people can stroll peacefully, children can play safely and neighbors are always ready to visit.  Our police departments and volunteer fire departments work with citizens and community leaders to provide a safe and secure environment in every neighborhood.

The housing options in Wyoming County are as diverse as the landscape.  You can find rural hideaways, friendly neighborhoods and devel­opments, vast estates, 19th-century farmhouses, and log cabins. No matter what your housing preference, our experienced and professional realtors can help you find a home that will best suit your family’s needs.

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