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Ashland is the county seat of Ashland County with a population of about 7900. The city is on Lake Superior, near the head of Chequamegon Bay. Ashland is known as the “Historic Mural Capital of Wisconsin,” and a year-round public art destination. Ashland is the community in our real estate territory with the most diverse and constantly fluctuating population. With a hospital and clinics serving the larger area, as well as Northland College for environmental studies, there are more long-term rental properties here than in the surrounding communities. Landlords and investors are always active in the Ashland market. Ashland is an older town, with many older homes and a beautiful historic district with grand Victorian houses, many of them updated and modernized. South of Ashland you will find a large agricultural area with many active farms and smaller hobby farms, as well as many recreational properties close to the well-kept trail system. Ashland also attracts many fishermen, seen out on the ice with their ice shacks, and in their boats on Chequamegon Bay in the summertime. Downtown Ashland has many gift, clothing, sporting and specialty shops, as well as restaurants and hotels.

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