Verona Homes for Sale
Verona WI Real Estate Statistics
|Highest Listing Price:||$5,325,000|
|Lowest Listing Price:||$109,400|
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All Verona Real Estate Listings
|All Listings||$100,000 - $200,000||$200,000 - $300,000|
|$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $600,000|
|$600,000 - $700,000||$800,000 - $900,000||$900,000 - $1,000,000|
- 3 Beds
- 2.5 Baths
- 2,365 SqFt
- 0.26 Acres
Home for Sale, 6 Days
Cross Country Heights
No Showings Until Open House Thursday, May 25th 4:30 – 6:30pm. 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Contemporary Ho...
Verona Market Snapshot
- * With Accepted Offers: 30
- * Without Accepted Offers: 43
- * Total Active Listings: 73
- * % with Accepted Offers: 41%
- * Months of Inventory: 1.8
Sold 05/26/2016 - 05/26/2017
- * Total Sold Listings: 291
- * Highest Sold Price: $1,998,000
- * Lowest Sold Price: $78,000
- * Average Sold Price: $296,164
- * Median Sold Price: $276,000
* Source: IDX Active & Sold Listings
* Property Types: Single Family, Lots & Acreage, Condo
More about Verona, Wisconsin
Adult and youth athletes alike will love the recreational opportunities in and around Verona. Reddan Soccer Park, a 60 acre park run by the Madison Area Youth Soccer Association, provides excellent practice and game space. Ceniti Park includes a Little League baseball and softball complex. The Verona Ice Arena provides an Olympic sized ice rink, with youth hockey and figure skating lessons. The Verona Athletic Center (VAC) includes gymnasiums for indoor sporting events like basketball and volleyball. Swimming facilities can be found at both the Goodman Aquatic Center and the indoor Natatorium.
The parks department boasts at least 25 parks, with the number increasing as neighborhoods expand. Fireman’s Park includes a swim beach. Two others, Harriet Park and the space adjacent to the Ice Arena, offer outdoor ice rinks each winter. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate access to the rambling Sugar River, Pope Farms Conservancy, the Military Ridge State Trail and the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.
Locally owned shops, restaurants, a vibrant arts community and the city’s library all create opportunities for community interaction and connection. The annual Hometown USA Days unites thousands of residents with food, fun and a variety of entertaining events for all ages.
Choosing Real Estate in Verona
Variety abounds in Verona. The “old-town” neighborhoods near the center of town feature sturdy ranch and bungalow style homes dating back to the middle of the century. Just out from town center, you’ll find a great variety of two-story colonial, contemporary and transitional homes. Many neighborhoods were built in the late 1990s or more recently. Newer homes, modern floor plans and build-able lots are available in Westridge, Cathedral Point, Hawthorne Hills and others. Verona is growing rapidly, and buyers will find many opportunities in the expanding neighborhoods. Visit our neighborhood guide for more information about living in Verona.
If you’re looking for a condo, there’s plenty to choose from in Verona. Popular communities include the condominiums in the Glacier Pointe, Prairie View, Savannah, and Sawgrass developments, where most condos are priced below $150,000.
Verona Neighborhood Guides
Our one-of-a-kind neighborhood guides provide information on the architectural styles, neighborhood features and nearby attractions each location offers. Take a look at the growing communities in Verona. Check back often, as we update real estate information regularly.
Traditional and Charter Schools
The Verona Area School District includes 4 traditional elementary schools: Country View, Glacier Edge, Stoner Prairie and Sugar Creek. Three charter schools offer alternative instruction. These include Core Knowledge, New Century and the Verona Area International School. Two traditional middle schools, Badger Ridge and Savannah Oaks, along with Core Knowledge Charter School, feed into either Verona Area High School or Exploration Academy Charter School. Residents can attend their neighborhood school or apply to the Charter School of their choice. Admission is determined by a lottery system.