Shorewood Hills, WI

Shorewood Hills is known for its architect-built homes. Examples include the Prairie School, English Tudor, International, Usonian & Modern styles. The First Unitarian Meeting House is on the National Register of Historic Places. Architects who designed in the Village include Frank Riley, John Flad, William Kaeser, George Elmslie and Beatty & Strang. Shorewood Hills is located within close walking distance to an international school, a community pool, parks, shops, restaurants, & entertainment.

Shorewood Hills Real Estate Statistics

Shorewood Hills Average Price: $1.4M
Lowest List Price in Shorewood Hills: $1.4M
Highest List Price in Shorewood Hills: $1.4M
Total Listings in Shorewood Hills: 1
Avg. Days On Market 21
Avg. Price/SQFT $455

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Shorewood Hills, WI Real Estate

The Village of Shorewood Hills in Madison WI is known for its architect-built homes including Prairie School, English Tudor, International, Usonian & Modern styles. Architects who designed in the Village of Shorewood Hills include Frank Riley, John Flad, William Kaeser, George Elmslie and Beatty & Strang.

There are Shorewood Hills homes for sale to suit all lifestyles and budgets, from gorgeous lakefront homes with ample space to spread out to modest single-family homes, modern condos and townhomes. Many homes have outdoor areas such as lawns, decks and patios where you can gather with friends and family and enjoy the fresh air.

Typical features of Shorewood Hills real estate includes hardwood floors, crown molding, and large windows to let natural light in. Single-family homes often have inviting living rooms, formal dining rooms, fireplaces, and kitchens with updated appliances. Some homes also have finished basements, sun rooms, and laundry rooms.

About Shorewood Hills, WI

The exceedingly charming Village of Shorewood Hills is nestled between Lake Mendota and the bike path along Madison's busting University Avenue on Madison's near West Side. Located within close walking distance to a renowned international grade school and Shorewood community pool, Shorewood Hills is not only picturesque but practical with numerous parks, shops, restaurants, & shopping within close walking distance.

Shorewood Hills, WI Lifestyles

Residents who own real estate in Shorewood Hills have everything they need and then some right on their doorsteps. The village is just a 10-minute drive from downtown Madison, so there are plenty of grocery stores, shopping malls, restaurants and recreational facilities close by.

Shorewood Hills sits on the shores of Lake Mendota, so water sports are very popular. The community is home to a public beach for swimming and sunbathing, a marina with boat slips, and piers where you can launch a canoe or do some fishing. 

The Blackhawk Country Club has a stunning 18-hole golf course with effigy mounds along the course that date from 500 to 1500 AD. Residents of Shorewood Hills can apply for membership to the club to gain access to the course and the clubhouse, which hosts regular events year-round.

Shorewood Hills has a real sense of community with many facilities and events where residents can meet their neighbors and socialize. Residents can cool off in the community pool during the summer, practice figure-eights at ice skating rink in the winter, and join the Sherwood Hills Community League and the Garden Club.

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