The activities are many and the amenities are spectacular, but it’s the friendliness and community spirit here that make Eastmorland such a great place to live.
Summit woods is a small friendly neighborhood off the beaten path, but on the Southwest Bike Path. Two parks, several Little Free Libraries... Sounds like a great place to live!
Young families, take note: It's been said Maple-Prairie is "a Southwest side neighborhood of caring homeowners with lots of kids and pets." Does this sound like a place that you could call home?
High Point Estates is on Madison's westside — a quiet residential neighborhood surrounded by an abundance of amenities. With so much to do, this is a great place to live — and raise a family.
Conveniently located near the State Capital Building, just off the Square, this is indeed a capital place to live.
If you’re searching for a place that you can call home for a while — or longer — the Burke Heights Neighborhood is well-worth a long look!
With so much to see and do — and easy access to both downtown and the Beltline — it’s no surprise that this neighborhood is popular for residents with young families.
Whether you’re a nature-lover, jet-setter or city-slicker, the this may be the perfect neighborhood for you!
As this neighborhood celebrates 60+ years, the Meadowood of today embraces its history — while looking forward to its future.
Whether you’re a student, professional, or retiree, you’re sure to find Madison’s Bassett Neighborhood a diverse and vibrant area. There is a lot of history here — as well as a lot of future potential.