811 Gary St, Madison
MLS® # 1952217, 2 days, Active
Homes on Madison’s near east side cover the eastern half of the Isthmus, hugging both the Lake Mendota and Lake Monona shorelines. The near east side is vintage Madison, with homes featuring classic architectural styles from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Some of the region’s most iconic and most eclectic neighborhoods reside on the near east side. Its prime location, classic architecture, and unique flavor make homes in Madison’s near east side extremely popular with many local buyers.
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MLS® # 1952217, 2 days, Active
MLS® # 1952222, 2 days, Active
MLS® # 1952150, 3 days, Active
MLS® # 1951816, 3 days, Active
MLS® # 1952225, 3 days, Active
MLS® # 1951388, 5 days, Active
* Source: IDX Active & Sold Listings
* Property Types: Single Family, Condo, Multi Family
The near east side of Madison is home to Williamson Street (aka “Willy Street”) and Atwood Avenue, two of the city’s most well-known corridors. Both streets are dotted with a unique blend of restaurants, shops, businesses, and entertainment venues. The Willy Street Co-op, the Crystal Corner Bar, Mother Fool’s Coffee House, the Barrymore Theatre, Michael’s Frozen Custard, Monty’s Blue Plate Diner, and Olbrich Gardens are all vintage near east side institutions. Madison’s near east side is also home to James Madison Park, one of the city’s most popular parks, set amidst the panoramic backdrop of Lake Mendota. It’s a favorite hang-out for sunbathers looking to relax on a warm sunny day. Biking enthusiasts and roller-bladers prefer the other side of the Isthmus and the Lake Monona bike path, a loop that circles the entire lake, offering up many scenic views. Other popular outdoor destinations on the Near East Side include Olin, Olbrich, Orton, and Tenney Parks.
Real estate on the Near East Side offers a glimpse into Madison’s early years. The Williamson Street-Marquette neighborhood, situated along the Willy Street corridor, features the Third Lake Ridge and Marquette Bungalow historic districts, along with a variety of architectural designs. Common architectural styles include Arts and Crafts Bungalows, Greek Revival, Late Picturesque and Italianate themes. Adjacent to the Willy Street corridor are the Tenney-Lapham and Schenk-Atwood neighborhoods, two east side originals featuring homes with turn-of-the-century architecture. The Eastmorland neighborhood, circa 1950, offers smaller, well-built starter homes around 1,000 square feet in size. The Eken Park, Emerson East, Glendale, and Lake Edge neighborhoods all offer an affordable selection of real estate in some great near east side locations.
Many of the condominiums in the near east side community feature distinctive architectural styles, in keeping with the surrounding neighborhoods. These include the popular Kennedy Point condos, located along Winnebago Avenue in the Schenk-Atwood neighborhood. Most of the condo inventory on Madison’s near east side is priced under $250,000.
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