Crestwood Neighborhood Real Estate & HomesCrestwood Neighborhood Sign

From its award-winning elementary school to its vintage homes nestled into more than a half dozen super quiet streets and cul de sacs, the Crestwood neighborhood on Madison's West Side could not be a more perfect spot to land. Located just a hop, skip, and a jump from Bordner Park, a 5 minute bike ride to Hilldale, and a 10 minute drive to downtown, Crestwood neighborhood is quiet and secluded, yet convenient to everything.

Crestwood neighborhood’s quiet streets and close grouping of cul de sacs are illustrated on the large wooden map situated at the entrance to the neighborhood. This unusual layout, including natural woodlands and grassy parklands, are a reflection of the vision that the founding members of this neighborhood had when they formed it in 1936. Browse current homes for sale in Crestwood Neighborhood below or click to Read More.

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As the nation's oldest neighborhood association, Crestwood is also the country’s longest active housing cooperative. Crestwood neighborhood (officially known as Wisconsin Co-op Housing Association) borders Bordner Park and Owen Conservation Park, making it a kind of quiet, green oasis in a city that’s relentlessly expanding.

Crestwood Neighborhood MapPublic access paths lead from the residential area of Crestwood neighborhood directly to nearby Owen Conservation Park, making regular walks or winter skiing a cinch. Crestwood Elementary School, recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a "Blue Ribbon School”, lies just to the north.

Like many residents throughout Madison's numerous neighborhoods, the Crestwood Neighborhood is a tight-knit, neighborly group that enjoys getting together on a regular basis year in and year out to visit with one another, swap stories and news, mark the holidays, and enjoy neighborhood festivities with children and grandchildren. Crestwood events you’ll want to check out if you move to the Crestwood neighborhood include: Christmas Santa Visits, Crestebeiner (in February, weather permitting), Crestfest, Fourth of July Parade/Potluck, Halloween Bonfire, and last but not least, the annual Spring Egg Hunt. 

Take a quick drive through the picturesque neighborhood of Crestwood or park your car and do a little exploring along one of Crestwood's streets or long cul de sacs. We'll be surprised if you don't surprise a chipmunk or squirrel or get at least a couple of friendly waves or hellos from Crestwood residents.

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