With unique topography and a central location to downtown Madison,
Shorewood Hills is a unique place to live.
There is no question Shorewood Hills is one of most popular places to live in Madison. The meandering roads and tree-lined streets make this village peaceful and private. At the very top of the hill, overlooking Lake Mendota and surroundings, is the private Blackhawk Country Club for true golf enthusiasts.
Sitting right above University Avenue gives homeowners easy access to shopping at spots like the Hilldale shopping center, along with some of the best restaurants in the city. The neighborhood’s proximity to the Veteran and UW Hospital and the University make it a favorite homestead for doctors and professors who enjoy the short commute and the lively, family-friendly community.
Tucked up high or nestled down below, Shorewood Hills speaks to the Frank-Lloyd Wright philosophy of organic architecture with homes ranging from Usonian to International to Moderne to Tudor. Price per square foot in Shorewood remains highest in the city, with large lakefront properties at upwards of $1M, and smaller, less expensive homes lower on the hill towards University Avenue.
Shorewood residents are actively involved in their community, love spending time on the lake, and appreciate their natural dwelling up on the hill.