Brooklyn, Wisconsin - Homes for Sale

The Village of Brooklyn is located roughly 17 miles south of Madison, providing a small town life just a short drive from both Oregon and Madison. The village is intersected by county lines, with properties in both Dane and Green Counties. The nearby Brooklyn Wildlife Area offers a variety of outdoor activities. Properties near the village can include significant acreage. Affordable homes and new construction opportunities are also available both in and around the village.

Our real estate consultants are here to help you find and buy the right home in Brooklyn. Contact us to make your move to Brooklyn happen. 

All Brooklyn WI Real Estate Listings

11 Properties Found. Page 1 of 2.
Photo of Listing #1975284
New Listing

Lot 30 2nd Street, Brooklyn


MLS® # 1975284, 1 day, Active

Photo of Listing #1974743

W1235 Highway 92, Brooklyn

$650,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,903 Sf

MLS® # 1974743, 8 days, Active

Photo of Listing #1974531

L4 King, Brooklyn


MLS® # 1974531, 9 days, Active

Photo of Listing #1973908

204 W Main Street, Brooklyn

$275,000 - 4 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,324 Sf

MLS® # 1973908, 22 days, Offer-Show

Photo of Listing #1973527

006-0039.1000 Legler Road, Brooklyn


MLS® # 1973527, 27 days, Active

Photo of Listing #1969818

N8573 Highway 104, Brooklyn

$349,000 - 3 Beds, 1 Baths, 1,550 Sf

MLS® # 1969818, 69 days, Active

Recently Sold Homes in Brooklyn, WI

Brooklyn WI Real Estate Trends

Current Listings

  • With Accepted Offers: 2
  • Without Accepted Offers: 9
  • Total Active Listings: 11
  • % with Accepted Offers: 18%
  • Months of Inventory: 3.1

Sold 04/19/2023 - 04/19/2024

  • Total Sold Listings: 35
  • Highest Sold Price: $840,000
  • Lowest Sold Price: $74,000
  • Average Sold Price: $372,013
  • Median Sold Price: $505,000

* Source: IDX Active & Sold Listings

* Property Types: Lots & Acreage, Single Family, Condo

Community Info

Brooklyn’s history begins in the mid 1800’s and includes positioning on a railroad route, which influenced the village’s growth. The annual Depot Days celebrates the history of the railroad, and the community’s development. Residents enjoy rides on working rail cars, model train exhibits, and art and craft sales. Outdoor opportunities include the Brooklyn Wildlife Area, a 3000 acre area designated for hunting and fishing. Other hiking, biking and ATV trails are nearby.

Brooklyn Real Estate

Buyers looking for a rural home will not be disappointed. Some of the properties in the area are situated outside of the village, and include significant acreage. Within the village, tri-level and ranch homes are common, and historic farmhouses are also available. A significant portion of the real estate in town provides a strong value for your investment. For a more detailed glance of the Brooklyn real estate market, see our updated table above. New construction opportunities are available in Brooklyn Commons, and in a variety of outlying areas.

Local Schools

Brooklyn participates in the Oregon school district. Brooklyn Elementary School is in town, and Oregon Middle and High Schools are about 8 minutes away in Oregon. Homes situated outside of the actual village may also participate in Belleville or Albany School districts.



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