Spacious Suburban Living
on the cusp of Madison’s breathtaking farm country.
The majority of far west neighborhoods are a mix of (often custom) single family homes, upscale townhomes, and apartments. The neighborhoods all have parks of various sizes to walk to, and a few have community pools you can join.
Classic suburban neighborhoods are filled with beautiful parks, fields that fill up with joggers and soccer teams during the warm months, and road bike enthusiasts head west toward Mount Horeb for a challenging workout on winding roads. With multiple off-leash dog parks and popular outdoor spots like Pope’s Farm Conservancy, the far west offers plenty of space to enjoy nature. Locals to the far west are involved in their community, like the convenience of shopping in their own neighborhood and appreciate the quieter end of the west side.
Real estate on the far west side includes bigger properties with roomy backyards perfect for kids and pets to play outside. The majority of far west neighborhoods are a mix of single family homes, upscale townhomes, and apartments. More prosperous neighborhoods with big homes and landscaped yards include Blackhawk, Hawks Landing and High Point Estates.
The beautiful, spacious yards and the convenience when running errands.