This well-kept village is located on the northwest edge of Geneva Lake, and offers a quieter alternative to the bustle of Lake Geneva. Williams Bay is just under 3 square miles and gives residents wonderful lakeside options for the community to share, including swimming at Williams Bay beach, nature trails and waterfront dining and cafes.
The 231-acre Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy is open year-round and maintained by resident volunteers, who maintain a community space filled with native trees, grasses and wildflowers. The KNC is a community jewel with 4 miles of trails and regularly scheduled events including an annual 5K Run/Walk.
A central feature of Williams Bay is the world-renowned Yerkes Observatory, which houses the world’s largest refracting telescope. This village is also home to Aurora University’s George Williams College.
Twenty-seven 2/3 bedroom condos share level lake frontage, a private pier and indoor pool. Most units come with a transferable boat slip, some come with covered parking. High rise, 7 story building with elevator. Most units have lake views. Pets permitted.
Bay Colony South
Twenty-seven 2,3,4 bedroom condos share two association piers, indoor pool, and lake frontage. Most units have lake views, some have a single car garage. Boat slips are transferable. Elevator. Pets permitted.
Bay Shore Condominiums
2 bedroom, lakefront condominiums – some with a boat slip, pool, lake views, and close to dining and Williams Bay lakefront marina.
A well-managed association of 152 two and three bedroom condominiums, some with attached 1-car garages. Association pool. Close to the lake. Pets allowed.
Built between 1998-2000, these 2 and 3 bedroom condos offer an association pool and each condo has a 1 car attached garage. Approximately half a mile to the lake. Pets allowed.