The Good Neighbor City
A mere 8 miles from Madison’s Capitol Square.
Previously named “Best Place to Live” in the US by Money Magazine, Middleton continues to attract new homeowners to the neighborhood with its excellent school programs, friendly community developments and handsome lake front properties.
Outdoor lovers are occupied with boating on Lake Mendota, hiking or biking through the Pheasant Branch Conservancy or Pope Farm, and splashing around in the Middleton city pool. The quaint downtown area holds numerous restaurants and boutiques, and just down the road you’ll find Greenway Station for more shops and eats.
Houses for sale in Middleton, within walking distance of the downtown and schools, go fast. Architecture ranges from bungalows and Victorias, to Frank Lloyd Wright’s prairie-style, and ranch walk-outs in the older neighborhoods. Low inventory in Middleton means houses for sale in highly sought after neighborhoods like Middleton Hills and Bishops Bay are hard to come by.
The welcoming downtown area, playing on the lake, exploring the green spaces and shopping.