Mazomanie, WI Real Estate

The community of Mazomanie sits about 30 miles west of Madison, and is surrounded by rolling hills, Black Earth Creek, the Wisconsin River, forested areas and Lake Marion. This scenic region provides many opportunities for real estate with beautiful views. The downtown area, located along Broadhead, Crescent, and Hudson Streets, is lined with historic buildings and features museums and businesses, surrounded by historic homes. The area provides a number of affordable, single family homes, and a selection of scenic luxury options along the outskirts of town. Mazomanie is both a village and a town, and residents are served by the Wisconsin Heights School District, which is shared with nearby Black Earth. To learn more about Mazomanie, keep reading our community profile below.

Looking for more living options in western Dane County? Check out our real estate guide for the community of Black Earth - located a few miles to the southeast. 

All Mazomanie WI Real Estate Listings

49 Properties Found. Page 1 of 9.
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New Listing

419-421 Scott St, Mazomanie

$269,900

MLS® # 1921512, 7 days, Offer-Show

Photo of Listing #1920682

6301 Hwy 78, Mazomanie

$335,000 - 3 Beds, 1 Baths, 1,225 Sf

MLS® # 1920682, 18 days, Offer-Show

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802 Lichte Dr, Mazomanie

$343,541 - 4 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,518 Sf

MLS® # 1920642, 19 days, Offer-Show

Photo of Listing #1920433

505 Prairie Ln, Mazomanie

$419,900 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,939 Sf

MLS® # 1920433, 23 days, Active

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9680 Spring Valley Rd, Mazomanie

$480,000 - 2 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,968 Sf

MLS® # 1920432, 24 days, Offer-Show

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624 Westwynd Ct, Mazomanie

$250,000 - 3 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,487 Sf

MLS® # 1919858, 30 days, Offer-Show

Recently Sold Properties in Mazomanie, WI

Address Sold Price Sold Date Bed Bath Sqft. Price Per Sqft
6614 Shower Rd $562,000 2021-09-30 4 2.00 2673 $210
611 W Hudson St $199,000 2021-09-20 3 1.00 1400 $142
5910 S Mathewson Rd $449,900 2021-09-03 3 3.00 2587 $174
515 Reeve Rd $249,900 2021-08-30 3 1.00 2142 $117
10 Brodhead St $188,000 2021-08-24 1 1.50 2730 $69
10112 County Road Y $440,000 2021-08-20 3 2.00 1945 $226
1 Brodhead St $180,000 2021-07-30 4338 $41
613 W Hudson St $254,800 2021-07-30 3 2.00 1100 $232
106 W Hudson St $287,000 2021-07-30 3 1.50 1592 $180
110 4th St $369,700 2021-07-14 3 2.00 2131 $173
5.25 Acres Shower Rd $189,900 2021-06-30 $
114 E Hudson St $290,000 2021-06-14 3 2.00 1891 $153
523 Ridge Dr $59,900 2021-06-08 $
10523 Laws Dr $415,000 2021-05-20 4 2.50 3171 $131
32 Appleby Cir $312,000 2021-05-20 3 2.50 1606 $194
9923 Carter Rd $870,000 2021-05-14 3 2.50 3562 $244
183.33 Ac County Road Y $1,209,978 2021-05-11 $
510 Scott St $208,500 2021-05-10 3 1.00 1655 $126
405 Crocker St $330,000 2021-04-30 5 2.50 2590 $127
128 Curtiss St $263,250 2021-04-02 3 2.00 1945 $135

Mazomanie Real Estate Trends

Current Listings

  • With Accepted Offers: 7
  • Without Accepted Offers: 42
  • Total Active Listings: 49
  • % with Accepted Offers: 14%
  • Months of Inventory: 13.3

Sold 10/15/2020 - 10/15/2021

  • Total Sold Listings: 38
  • Highest Sold Price: $1,209,978
  • Lowest Sold Price: $31,500
  • Average Sold Price: $314,478
  • Median Sold Price: $258,950

* Source: IDX Active & Sold Listings

* Property Types: , Lots & Acreage, Single Family, Business/Comm, Condo, Multi Family


Community Profile for Mazomanie, WI

Mazomanie offers the appeal of small town living with a close knit community. The town has a few annual festivals that bring neighbors together. Madison Magazine named two of them as "Best of the Burbs" in 2016. The first is Wild West Days, a September festival that includes a tractor pull, demolition derby, parade, and live music. The festival dates back to the 1950s, when the town was torn up to add a new sewer line. The community decided to enjoy "the wild west" feel of town, and the festival has continued. The second event, "The Gandy Dancer Festival," celebrates the town's history, and its connection to the railroad. Other popular features include a community pool, library, beach, and several parks. The Wisconsin River flows along the edge of town, and attracts people for fly fishing, canoe and kayaking, and other outdoor entertainment. Black Earth Creek and Lake Marion are both to the southwest. 

Real estate in Mazomanie is quite affordable. There are historic homes around the downtown area, and newer options as you move further out. Many of the newer homes offer ranch-style living. Move farther out of town and you find luxury properties with tremendous views and larger lots.

Schools in Mazomanie, WI

Mazomanie participates in the Wisconsin Heights School District, a district they share with Black Earth. The district includes two elementary schools, one in Mazomanie. The middle and high schools are both in Mazomanie, along Highway 14.

The village of Cross Plains offers more affordable living options in Western Dane County. 

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