About Shorewood Hills, Wisconsin
Situated on the south shore of Lake Mendota, the village of Shorewood Hills encompasses less than one square mile of land. The municipality is completely surrounded by the community of Madison and enjoys the many amenities it has to offer. Shorewood Hills finds itself directly adjacent to the University of Wisconsin campus where more than 200 undergraduate programs are offered. The Shorewood Hills real estate market is almost entirely composed of single-family houses, although there are a couple of apartment complexes in the area.
Browse Shorewood Hills Homes For Sale
Browse Shorewood Hills Homes For Sale
Active Listings: 4
With an Accepted Offer: 4
Available Without an Accepted Offer: 0
Available Active Inventory: 0%
Available Supply Level: 0 Months
Past 12 Months 03/06/2021 - 03/06/2020:
Sold Listings: 32
Average Sold Price: $772,828
Median Sold Price: $700,000
Highest Sold Price: $1,875,000
Lowest Sold Price: $309,000
* Source: IDX Active & Sold Listings
* Property Types: Single Family, Condo
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Shorewood Hills Real Estate
Shorewood Hills homes for sale begin in value around $300,000 and can sell for as much as $900,000 depending on the size, luxury, and location of the home. Houses in Shorewood Hills are typically situated on large treed lots that belong to quiet suburban neighborhoods. Houses are often framed by blooming flowerbeds, mature deciduous trees, and carefully mowed lawns. A drive through this quiet community reveals lovingly maintained houses and landscaped yards. Many of the yards are framed by a white picket fence so that young children and dogs have a safe space where they can play and enjoy the warm summer months.
As you explore the residential areas of Shorewood Hills, you’ll notice that houses aren’t cookie cutter designs. Instead, as you pass from one street to the next you’ll notice that architectural styles vary widely. Some houses feature the brick chimneys and clapboard siding that is typical of American houses while others feature the funky angled roof and cool grey tones of Modern architecture. Whether you’re looking for a classy contemporary house or an English-style beauty, a buyer will find that Shorewood Hills has houses that reflect building styles of all kinds.
Inside, these houses can be compact designs that don’t measure much more than 1,000 square feet, or they can be expansive manors that measure thousands of square feet. If you’re looking for a starter home to call your own or you’re looking to downsize, you might enjoy one of the more affordable and smaller houses on the market. These houses offer a perfectly comfortable lifestyle for one or two people, and smaller floorplans ensure that residents aren’t committed to a tremendous amount of housekeeping. As such, they’ll enjoy more free time to explore their hobbies and passions.
On the high end of the market, homes are surrounded by master-landscaped yards, and houses include four or five bedrooms. Because of their sheer size and luxury, these properties are ideal for entertaining guests. Many of these houses include features such as gas fireplaces, granite countertops in the kitchen, luxury finishes, and hardwood flooring.
Shorewood Hills Condos For Sale
Although the Shorewood Hills, WI real estate market is almost completely comprised of single-family houses, there are a few apartment complexes in this market. Often, these reflect recent construction and are located in the southern end of the community.
One such complex is Arbor Crossing Apartments which can be found on Marshall Court. The building is comprised of 80 suites and enjoys a prime location close to the heart of Madison and UW Hospital. Apartments can be studio suites, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, or three-bedroom floor plans. The building prides itself on being eco-friendly and features:
- Solar electricity
- Solar hot water
- Energy Star appliances
- Super-efficient compact boilers
Living In Shorewood Hills, WI
The village of Shorewood Hills was first established in 1927. Today, this cozy community offers residents comfortable suburban living near the heart of Madison. Nestled on the southern shore of Lake Mendota, residents will find that they are never more than a few minutes away from recreation opportunities at the lake. Today, this village is home to just over 1,000 permanent residents.
Although the town itself is small, it has a number of services including its own police department, fire department, and medical center. Residents will also find a small shopping plaza and a number of restaurants along University Avenue.
Parents with school-aged children will find that the local elementary school, Shorewood Elementary School, was named a National Blue Ribbon School in 2017. This prestigious award is given to schools that demonstrate exceptional student achievement. This school services approximately 450 students and prides itself on being culturally diverse and welcoming.
When it comes to recreation, those who love to golf will find that Shorewood Hills is home to the Blackhawk Country Club. This golf course offers visitors:
- Beautiful views of Lake Mendota
- Two 18-hole golf courses
- 20 hard surface, night-lit tennis courts
- Heated 10-lane swimming pool
- Fitness center
- Clubhouse restaurant
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