Southern Wisconsin is home to a range of friendly communities and majestic scenery that makes this one of the best places to live in the country. Here you’ll find the city of Madison, home to over 250,000 people. Located on two peninsulas between three pristine lakes, here you’ll find an abundance of culture, entertainment, history and beauty all right outside your door. Madison is a city that highly values education, making this a great place to raise a family. The University of Wisconsin-Madison can be found here and is where you’ll find many of the city’s most popular restaurants, shops and bars, along with many of its premier entertainment venues. Madison enjoys a thriving music scene and holds numerous festivals throughout the year, which means you’ll always have something to enjoy. True to its reputation, Madison also is home to a wide range of breweries, and in recent years wineries, within the city or just a short drive away, many of which provide regular tours or can even serve as luxurious weekend getaways. If you are thinking of moving here you’ll be able to choose from a wide range of neighborhoods, as well as smaller communities such as Verona on Madison’s outskirts. Whether you are looking for luxury properties along the shores of Lake Mendota, a historic home in the Nakoma District, or some of the new construction in Verona, I’ll be able to help you find just what you are looking for from all of your options. If you decide to sell your home, give me, Mary Ruth Marks a call today. I’ll be more than happy to guide you through the process as well while serving as your agent. Give me a call today and we can get started on the journey ahead!
Did you know?
- Madison and Middleton have both been named “Best Place To Live in the United States” and Middleton won that honor twice!
- Madison also has more book stores and restaurants per capita than any other city in the country according to the Chamber of Commerce.
- Hoofer’s sailing club is the 2nd largest in the world and has a base in Madison.