Downtown Middleton Real Estate
Downtown Middleton offers a unique lifestyle for the Madison area. This part of the city exudes an undeniable small town charm but with many big city amenities. In this neighborhood you can walk to the neighborhood elementary school, the public library, the local grocery store, as well as many locally-owned pubs and restaurants. On a pleasant sunny day you might hang out at the neighborhood beer garden for some regional brew and live music, or explore what nature has to offer at one of the local parks or ponds. The downtown area offers all of these possibilities along with an excellent selection of vintage homes. You can learn more about the downtown Middleton real estate scene by consulting our neighborhood guide below.
Browse all recently sold listings and current homes for sale in downtown Middleton, WI. The downtown real estate market includes Historic Middleton Station, Middleton Heights, and The Meadows subdivisions. See the map below for an overview of the area.
Homes for Sale in Downtown Middleton, WI
Homes for Sale in Downtown Middleton, WI
Accepted Offers/Sold Listings in Downtown Middleton
|Address||Sold Price||Sold Date||Bed||Bath||Sqft.||Price Per Sqft|
|6605 Elmwood Ave||$293,000||2019-07-10||2||1.50||1920||$153|
|6830 Anderson Ave||$365,000||2019-07-03||3||2.50||1770||$206|
|7111 University Ave||$210,000||2019-06-28||2||1.50||1040||$202|
|6807 Cooper Ave||$330,000||2019-06-26||3||2.00||2570||$128|
|6302 South Ave||$379,000||2019-05-15||3||3.00||2105||$180|
|7020 Elmwood Ave||$455,500||2019-05-10||4||3.50||2036||$224|
|7003 Elmwood Ave||$275,000||2019-05-06||$|
|7307 South Ave||$277,000||2019-04-05||3||1.00||1158||$239|
|6511 Hubbard Ave||$358,000||2019-01-18||3||1.50||2092||$171|
|7451 South Ave||$240,000||2019-01-11||3||1.50||1682||$143|
|7017 Elmwood Ave||$202,000||2018-12-14||2||1.00||698||$289|
|6506 Cooper Ave||$405,000||2018-11-30||3||2.00||2278||$178|
|1912 Middleton St||$370,000||2018-11-29||3||2.50||1810||$204|
|7029 Hubbard Ave||$500,000||2018-11-28||3||3.00||2034||$246|
|1615 Meadowcrest Ln||$333,000||2018-11-16||4||2.50||1996||$167|
|6426 South Ave||$370,000||2018-10-17||4||2.50||2548||$145|
|1735 Henry St||$395,000||2018-10-04||3||2.00||1926||$205|
|6815 Anderson Ave||$290,000||2018-09-28||3||1.50||1661||$175|
|7113 University Ave||$230,000||2018-09-28||2||1.00||1232||$187|
|1610 Meadowcrest Ln||$352,700||2018-09-25||3||2.50||2084||$169|
Middleton Downtown Real Estate Trends
- With Accepted Offers: 0
- Without Accepted Offers: 1
- Total Active Listings: 1
- % with Accepted Offers: 0%
- Months of Inventory: 0.5
Sold 07/19/2018 - 07/19/2019
- Total Sold Listings: 23
- Highest Sold Price: $500,000
- Lowest Sold Price: $199,900
- Average Sold Price: $326,309
- Median Sold Price: $290,000
* Source: IDX Active & Sold Listings
* Property Types: Single Family, Multi Family
More about Homes in Downtown Middleton
Walk the streets of the downtown area and you'll notice an excellent selection of classic, vintage homes. Park Street features a stately collection of houses from the early 1900s built along a picturesque, tree-lined corridor. Hubbard Avenue, Elmwood Avenue, and South Avenue feature properties from a similar vintage near the heart of the downtown scene. As you move east along these streets and into the Middleton Heights and the Meadows subdivisions, you'll encounter many Cape Cod, bungalow, ranch style, and mid-century designs. The properties in downtown Middleton feature original woodwork and hardwood floors, old-fashioned front porches and picket fences, and plenty of small town charm. With classic architecture and a prime location, most houses in the area sell very quickly.
Local Parks, Recreation, and Schools
Local parks include Meadows Park located in The Meadows subdivision just east of the downtown area. Nearby Woodside Heights Park and Tiedeman Pond offer quiet spots for outdoor exploration, as does Stricker's Pond, with its surrounding park. The city pool is conveniently located just a few blocks north of the downtown area on the opposite side of University Avenue. Downtown Middleton even offers an outdoor skateboard facility at Quarry Park, located at 7701 Terrace Avenue.
The homes in downtown Middleton are zoned to Elm Lawn Elementary, which is within walking distance of most area properties. Kromrey Middle School, located at 7009 Donna Drive, serves grades 5-8. Middleton High School is located a few blocks north of the downtown area in the adjacent Parklawn neighborhood. Another great perk of living in this part of Middleton is the public library, which is located on Hubbard Avenue in the center of the downtown scene.
Downtown Middleton Food and Drink
The downtown area is home to many excellent food and drink establishments. Foodies enjoy Vin Santo, Louissiane's, Villa Dolce, Sofra Family Bistro, the Hubbard Street Diner, and Roman Candle Pizza. Many residents also frequent the Willy Street Co-op on University Avenue, which offers an excellent selection of locally grown organic produce. The Capital Brewery, The Village Green, Barriques, and the Free House Pub are all neighborhood establishments where locals can unwind with a drink in hand.
Research All Middleton Neighborhoods
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