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According to the 2010 census, the Waunakee real estate market consists of just over 4,000 households. The most prestigious homes in this market can sell for more than $700,000. These impressive abodes often unfold over several thousand square feet and include five or six bedrooms. Often, these homes reflect recent construction and, interiors are composed of the finest luxury finishes used in contemporary building. The majority of houses are built in the Craftsman-style. They feature gabled rooves, clapboard or brick siding, and have attractive columns that frame the front step, inviting guests into the home.
The most affordable Waunakee homes for sale begin in value around $150,000. These single-family houses may reflect older construction, but they feature strong bones and many of them have undergone substantial renovations. Others await the time when a new owner takes the time to reimagine the space so that it includes all of the contemporary finishes and conveniences.
Since the 1980s, the population of Waunakee has seen substantial growth, and as a result of that, buyers will find that it is possible to find homes built in the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s.
Waunakee Condos For Sale
Waunakee condos for sale are rare, but can be found throughout the city. Prices for condos can begin around $100,000 and extend to more than double that depending on the size and luxury of the home. It is possible to invest in either an apartment-style or townhome-style in this market. As such, buyers have the freedom to choose.
Townhouses are often accompanied by private yards and more spacious designs. Some of the newest townhomes in the market were built within the past decade. Kitchens are often composed of wood cupboards, stainless steel appliances, subway-tile backsplashes and granite countertops. Master bedrooms link to walk-in closets and ensuite bathrooms. Elevated roofs create an expansive interior feel and big picture-windows overlook handsome views.
Apartment-style living can also be found in Waunakee. Whether you’re looking for a one-bedroom suite fit for a couple, or a larger two- or three-bedroom suite for a family, you won’t be disappointed by the Waunakee real estate market. These comfortable suites range widely in size, ensuring that you have options when it comes to selecting the space that best suits your lifestyle. Many of the apartments in Waunakee reflect recent construction.
Living In Waunakee, WI
The quiet community of Waunakee has been recognized by CNN Money in its list of “Top 100 Best Places to Live” in the small town category. Today, this thriving community is home to more than 12,000 residents.
Parents with school-aged children will find that the Waunakee Community School District encompasses a total of six schools that include:
- Arboretum Elementary School
- Heritage Elementary School
- Prairie Elementary School
- Waunakee Intermediate School
- Waunakee Middle School
- Waunakee High School
There are also two private schools in the community: St. John the Baptist Catholic School and Madison Country Day School, providing parents with plenty of options.
Because Waunakee is located between Highways 39 and 12, residents of this city who travel often will find that they have easy access to communities throughout the state. In fact, Waunakee is only twenty minutes away from Madison, the capitol city, where plenty of opportunities for jobs, education, and fun abound.
The town of Waunakee offers its residents many urban conveniences and services, but the town is also rife with natural spaces and public parks. Castle Creek Conservancy spans 37 acres and features a walking path and nature preservation. Centennial Park located along South Holiday Drive is one of the most popular parks in the community and features fields for baseball and softball, tennis courts, and a children’s playground. In total, Waunakee has 275 acres of designated parklands.
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