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Belleville is a village in Dane and Green counties in Wisconsin. The Dane County portion of Belleville is part of the Madison Metropolitan Statistical Area, while the Green County portion is part of the Monroe Micropolitan Statistical Area.
Belleville is located south west of the city of Madison, with downtown Madison being about an 18 mile drive away. Milwaukee is roughly a 1hr 30 minute drive away, heading east along I-94.
The Village of Belleville (literally, "beautiful town") is really quite charming. The area has a sizable lake, a river, and is cycle-friendly - making it a lovely place to live. Locals are dedicated to preserving the history of their community, including its cultural heritage and its relationship with neighboring agricultural communities.
It has become an increasingly popular area to live, thanks to numerous factors including; low housing costs, short commutes and a wide array of local amenities.
Another key factor is Belleville’s popularity is the access to quality education. All local schools are of a high standard with small class sizes - while the area is also in good proximity to the world class University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Belleville, Madison Real Estate
There are currently some beautiful homes for sale in Belleville, WI.
The Belleville real estate market features primarily single-family homes, which come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Whether you’re looking for a newly built bungalow or an older multi-story building, you’ll find it in Belleville.
Belleville is growing quickly, so there are numerous new construction homes available on the real estate market. Many of these homes are great value and give you the opportunity to choose your preferred finishes and add features. You can choose from brand new single or multi-storey homes with garages, backyards and contemporary design elements.
Despite being a small village, Belleville has housing options for all types of home buyers. Retirees will find a number of beautiful single-family homes in 55+ developments where homeowners fees cover maintenance such as snow removal and mowing. There are also plenty of rental property investment opportunities.
One of the most attractive aspects of the Belleville real estate market is how affordable homes can be here. The average price for a single family home is around $375,000 with many homes falling below that price point. If you’re looking to invest in an up-and-coming community, a Belleville home for sale can be a great choice.
The team at Lake & City Homes are experts in Belleville real estate. Whether you’d like to see more photos, arrange a viewing or ask more questions about a specific property, we can help you out at any time! Get in touch today and take the first step towards finding your dream home.
Things To Do In Belleville
There’s something fun to do in Belleville for people of all ages. It’s a great place to live if you love to be active, whether that’s indoors or outdoors!
The Sugar River provides residents with 91 miles of water that’s ideal for rowing and paddling! The river also helps form Lake Belle View, which is home to a lovely recreational park in Belleville.
For those who prefer activities on land, the 41-mile Badger Trail runs through Belleville and connects with the Capital City, Military Ridge and Sugar River trails in Wisconsin, and even the Jane Addams Trail when it reaches the Illinois border.
Belleville also has an Aquatic Center that offers swim lessons to residents of the school district for no charge, and low cost season-long recreational swimming passes. It’s also easy for senior citizens to keep active in Belleville, as the Sugar River Senior Center offers a variety of programs - and membership is free to residents age 50 and older!
Belleville, WI History
The Village of Belleville developed around the Sugar River mill site that John Frederick founded when he settled here in 1845. It included a hotel with a tavern, blacksmith, harness maker, and general store.
An octagon-shaped school followed two years later which housed several church congregations. By 1851 the village was platted and named for Frederick's home town in Canada. The following year a post office was established.
By the mid 1860s Swiss, Irish and French groups had acquired much of the adjacent farm lands. The 70s and 80s brought a spurt of new growth including a library, opera house and railroad. By 1900 the steadily growing village had acquired a fire department and high school.
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