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My name is Brittany Verbrick and I have been in the real estate industry since the fall of 2021 and have enjoyed every bit of it. I derive so much joy in helping others and seeing the delighted look on my client’s faces when they score the home of their dreams.  I am highly motivated, patient, responsive, and go over and above to make my client’s buying/selling process a smooth and exceptional experience in all respects!

I have resided in Greenville WI basically my entire life, which is where my husband and I built our first home together 8 years ago. We have 4 boys: Lukas Jackson Jordy and Mason and have yet to own a pet other than a fish we won at the fair 😆 The boys tend to keep us occupied enough!!

 In my free time, I love being with my family and being active outdoors with boating, fishing, campfires, basketball, and golfing. My husband and I are members of Ridgeway Country Club, where we play a lot of our golf. I also dabble in photography and enjoy being creative with photos

We are all HARDCORE Packers fans.

 

 

I volunteer at the church that we are members at Immanuel Lutheran Greenville.

 

 

 

 

Facebook review: Brittany did an awesome job selling our house quickly.  She answered all of our questions & kept us in the loop about closing.  Would definitely use her again in the future.

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    Wrightstown, Wisconsin

    Location is the reason why this village in Outagamie and Brown counties is growing rapidly in population, commercial ventures and industry. It is along the Fox River, midway between Appleton and Green Bay.

    Location: State 96, three miles east of Kaukauna.

    Population: 2,149.

    Major attractions: Fox River, Royal Scott Golf Course.

    Sherwood, Wisconsin

    The area’s newest village is growing rapidly because of its location on the shore of Lake Winnebago, High Cliff State Park, golf courses and quiet, rural setting.

    Location: State 55 and 114 on the east shore of Lake Winnebago.

    Population: 2,036.

    Major attractions: High Cliff State Park, High Cliff Marina,  High Cliff Golf CourseSherwood Forest Golf Course, hiking trail.

    Information: Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce

    Town of Neenah, Wisconsin

    The town retains much of its rural atmosphere as it has been able to manage urban sprawl so far. A boundary agreement with the City of Neenah will allow orderly development in the future.

    Location: South and west of the City of Neenah.

    Population: 2,686.

    Major attractions: Mahler Park, Quarry Quest site, portion of County CB off-road trail

    Information: Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau

    City of Neenah, Wisconsin

    Neenah was an early center of industry because of its location on Lake Winnebago and the Fox River pioneering in milling grain and the lumber industry. The paper industry became a major part of the community, which has a diverse retail and professional business. Theda Clark Medical Center is one of many institutions made possible through community-minded residents.

    Location: West shore of Lake Winnebago, several accesses off U.S. 41.

    Population: 25,058

    Major attractions: Riverside Park; Bergstrom-Mahler MuseumTheda Clark Medical Center; Pickard Auditorium.

    Informationci.neenah.wi.us I Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau

    Village of Fox Crossing, Wisconsin

    The Village of Fox Crossing, between Appleton and Menasha, is in the heart of several transportation corridors. It is an urban town with a diverse economy of retail, commercial, service and industrial businesses.

    Location: West of Little Lake Butte des Morts, along Fox River, with access from State 441, U.S. 10 and County CB.

    Population: 16,485

    Major attractionsTri-County Ice Arena, O’Hauser Park, Miron Construction Co. Inc. headquarters.

    Information: foxcrossingwi.gov/ I Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau

    City of Menasha, Wisconsin

    Menasha shares much of its history with Neenah as the other half of the Twin Cities. Historic photos and artifacts tell the history of the Fox River and the construction of the bridge in the Tayco Street Bridge Tower Museum at Tayco and Main streets. The Polish Connection, the local name for State 441 over Lake Butte des Morts, says a lot about Menasha’s heritage.

    Location: Northwest shore of Lake Winnebago. Several accesses off U.S. 41, also U.S. 10, State 47 and 114.

    Population:  16,648

    Major attractionsHeckrodt Nature Reserve, Menasha Marina, University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley.

    Information ci.menasha.wi.us I Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau

    Little Chute, Wisconsin

    Dutch heritage is proudly exhibited in Little Chute, which got its name from the French explorers who named it “La Petite Chute,” or Little Falls. The Fox River forms a scenic FOX CITIES PROFILE backdrop for Little Chute, which continues to grow its economic base with commercial and industrial development. It is the area’s largest village.

    Location: Outagamie County N south off U.S. 41, it stretches from Appleton to Kaukauna along State 96 north of the Fox River.

    Population: 10,741. 

    Major attractions: Doyle Park and waterslide, Heesakker Park, Legion Park, Van Lieshout Park; Cheese Festival.

    Information:  littlechutewi.org I Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce

    Kimberly, Wisconsin

    Kimberly has at least two distinctions. It is the only land-locked municipality in the area and it is home to the International Softball Congress Hall of Fame. The Fox River prevents the village from expanding north, while Combined Locks and a border agreement keeps it from expanding south.

    Location: South of the Fox River and Little Chute and east of Appleton. Access on County N from U.S. 41 off County CE.

    Population: 6,292.

    Kaukauna, Wisconsin

    The “Electric City” is one of Wisconsin’s oldest communities, settled in the late 1600s by trappers, merchants and missionaries traveling up the Fox River. Jean Nicolet made the trip up the Fox in search of a water passage to the Orient. The falls made Kaukauna a natural stop for travelers and later would be a boon to hydropower, which lends its name to the city.

    Location: East end of the Fox Cities at U.S. 41 and State 55.

    Population: 13,688.

    Major attractions: Charles Grignon Mansion1000 Islands Environmental CenterWisconsin International Raceway, Doty Bayorgeon Recreational Area, Grignon Park.

    Information cityofkaukauna.com I Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce 

    Greenville, Wisconsin

    Rural farms in this town situated west and north of the Fox Cities are quickly being replaced by subdivisions, commercial development and industrial parks. It ranks as one of the fastest growing residential areas in the state.

    Location: West and north of Appleton, State 96 and 15 off U.S. 41, W. College Avenue.

    Population: 7,527.

    Major attractionsOutagamie County AirportLions ParkYMCA West, Greenville Community Park.

    Informationtownofgreenville.com I Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau

    Town of Freedom, Wisconsin

    Freedom was established 150 years ago. The unincorporated area is a mixture of large farms and new housing development.

    Location: North of Appleton, Little Chute and Kaukauna on State 55 at County E and S.

    Population: 5,399.

    Major attractions: VFW Park, Freedom High School, Citizen’s Park, Rickert Park; Irish Waters Golf Course

    Information:  townoffreedom.org I Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce 

    Combined Locks, Wisconsin

    Combined Locks, along the Fox River, is a quiet, picturesque community with a solid industrial base and residential development. The village has expanded south of County CE.

    Location: Between Kimberly and Kaukauna south of the Fox River, Combined Locks is accessible off County Roads N, CE, Z, K and HH.

    Population: 2,618.

    Major attractions: Blaese Park, Lindberg Park, Memorial Park, Van Zeeland Park.

    Information:  Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce 

    Appleton, Wisconsin

    Appleton is at the hub of the Fox Cities and its largest community. The history of the city mirrors that of Lawrence University as the two grew up simultaneously. Lawrence University was chartered in 1847 and a main benefactor was Samuel Appleton. In appreciation, his name was given to the community. Appleton’s downtown area, bolstered by the new Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, is a center for entertainment, recreation and diverse commercial and professional businesses. 

    Location: North of Lake Winnebago

    Population: 71,649

    Major attractionsFox Cities Performing Arts CenterFox Cities Children’s Museum, Houdini MuseumLawrence University, College Avenue hotels, eating establishments and niche businesses.

    Information: appleton.org I Fox Cities Convention and Visitors Bureau

    Darboy, Wisconsin

    This unincorporated area is the fastest-growing residential area in the Fox Cities. Situated in two towns (Town of Harrison and Town of Buchanan) and two counties (Outagamie and Calumet), growth depends on the Darboy Sanitary District. The commercial district is developing to serve the large residential population.

    Location: East of Appleton and south of Kimberly, Combined Locks and Kaukauna around County N, K and KK.

    Population: Town of Buchanan, 6,725; Town of Harrison, 7,389, more than 7,500 of these people live in the Darboy Sanitary District.

    Information: Buchanan Town HallHarrison Town Hall I Heart of the Valley Chamber of Commerce