West Madison is the place for nationally known shopping and dining, high-end boutiques, and internationally recognized technology and research parks. Middleton takes the cake as “The Good Neighbor Community”. Vermont, and the Town of Cross Plains offer spectacular vistas and rolling hills.
It’s easy to see why “The Good Neighbor City”, Middleton, has been recognized as one of the best places to live in the U.S. Middleton serves up a healthy dose of old charm & modern amenities for every age. Nearly a quarter of the land within city limits is open space, including 25 conservancy areas and 22 parks.
Madison’s Far West side boasts countless local and nationally known dining, shopping and entertainment options. Promising new developments continue to catch the attention of Madisonians as well as newcomers to the area.
One of the Far West side’s largest developments is the second University Research Park campus. The University Research Park is an internationally recognized research & technology park. URP West will build upon University Research Park’s impressive track record, attracting global investment in the fields of engineering, computational and life sciences.
Town of Cross Plains
Along the eastern edge of Wisconsin’s breathtaking Driftless Area, the town of Cross Plains offers miles upon miles of gorgeous bluffs & valleys. Once you’re there, it may be hard to believe that downtown Madison is within a 30 minute drive. Local cyclists appreciate the stunning views and challenging climbs.
Town of Middleton
You’ll find a handful of beautiful neighborhoods within the Town of Middleton. Whether you’re in the market for a newer neighborhood with neighbors close by or an older, unique home with an expansive wooded yard, you’ll find it here.
The Town of Middleton currently owns & maintains 22+ miles of paths for pedestrians and cyclists. Town roads are frequented amongst cyclists. 100’s of acres of conservancy space and parkland can be found in the Town of Middleton.
Town of Vermont
Nestled in the quiet country roads and rolling hills you’ll find the beautiful Blue Mounds State Park as well as the Tyrol Basin Ski and Snowboard Area. West Madison is less than 25 minutes away.
Madison’s West side boasts a wide range of home styles- spacious Colonials, mid century relics, condos, sprawling ranches, Cape Cods and even some quirkier houses like “The Hobbit House” in Sunset Village. You can find just about any style if you know where to look.
The vibrant Hilldale Shopping Center offers mid to high end shops, a movie theater, a large locally owned grocery store plus multiple restaurants. Just down Midvale Boulevard you’ll find the Sequoya Library and Sequoya Commons, which has a strong focus on independent retailers.