Midvale Heights Real Estate, Madison
Midvale Heights is a pedestrian- and bike-friendly neighborhood on the near west side of Madison. This community is a great fit for the buyer seeking an established neighborhood with spacious lots, mature trees, and a walkable setting. Real estate in Midvale Heights includes a wide selection of ranch-style houses built in the 1950s and 1960s, along with a complimentary mix of Cape Cod and two-story homes. This neighborhood offers an ultra-convenient location, but with more affordability than neighboring Hill Farms and Westmorland. The houses here generally sell quickly. To learn more about this popular near west side neighborhood, keep reading below.
More about the Midvale Heights Neighborhood
Midvale Heights is roughly bounded by Mineral Point Road on the north, Odana Road on the south, Midvale Blvd on the east, and Whitney Way on the west. On the east side of the neighborhood, residents can bike or walk to Sequoya Commons, which features the Sequoya Branch of the Madison Public Library System; an EVP Coffee shop; Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream; and Luigi's Pizzeria - home to some of the best pizza in Madison. Sequoya Commons also features a nice selection of newer apartments and condos. One newer feature on the east side of the neighborhood is "Food Cart Tuesdays," where local vendors converge upon the neighborhood along Midvale Blvd to serve up an evening of casual dining. The west side of the subdivision is home to a large grocery store and a nice variety of specialty shops and restaurants.
Midvale Heights Parks and Recreation
The homes in Midvale Heights are conveniently located near the scenic Odana Hills Golf Course and many public parks like Odana School Park, William Slater Park and Segoe Park. Many families also enjoy quality time together at the Midvale Elementary School playground.
This subdivision offers a prime location for biking enthusiasts. The Southwest Commuter Bike Path provides a direct connection to the University of Wisconsin campus and Downtown Madison to the east, as well as many miles of biking trails to the south.
Midvale Heights properties are zoned to the Madison West High School attendance area. Depending on location, children attend either Van Hise Elementary or the Midvale/Lincoln sister schools. Middle School options include Hamilton and Cherokee for kids in grades 6 through 8. Many homes are only a short walk to Queen of Peace Church, which offers a private school setting, serving students up to the eighth grade.
Midvale Heights Neighborhood Association
The neighborhood association helps residents stay connected and involved with the community. Annual events sponsored by the association include the neighborhood picnic and garage sale. The neighborhood "green team" takes pride in tending to the green spaces located along Tokay Blvd, the bike path, and the area's many public parks.
Midvale Heights Photo Tour
There's a lot to like about Midvale Heights. Take advantage of the local bike path, golf course, or one of the many area parks.
Midvale Heights residents enjoy convenient access to the shops and restaurants at Hilldale Mall.
Sequoya Commons is located at the intersection of Tokay and Midvale boulevards. Residents can walk to the library here, grab a cup of coffee, or enjoy a scoop of ice cream.
What Others are Saying about Midvale Heights
The Wisconsin State Journal featured Midvale Heights in a recent series of neighborhood reviews. You can read their summary and description of the neighborhood here.
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