Dudgeon-Monroe Homes for Sale
The Dudgeon-Monroe real estate market consists of approximately 1,500 houses lining the Monroe Street corridor in the most walkable neighborhood on the near west side of town. Many buyers are attracted to the houses in this area for their craftsmanship and architecture, which date back to the 1920s and 1930s. This area offers a wide variety of architectural styles that range from prairie/craftsman and bungalow houses, to Cape Cod, Colonial, and national folk/farm designs. If you prefer houses with original hardwoods and crown moulding, solid oak woodwork and built-ins, then Dudgeon-Monroe should be high on your list of "must see" Madison neighborhoods. Act quickly if you're searching in the neighborhood; the properties here can sell very quickly, and for between $250,000 and $600,000. You can learn more about this popular near west side community by continuing below.
Dudgeon-Monroe is also home to the popular Monroe Commons condominiums.
All Dudgeon Monroe Real Estate Listings
|All Listings||$200,000 - $300,000||$300,000 - $400,000|
|$400,000 - $500,000||Over $1,000,000|
Dudgeon-Monroe Price & Inventory Stats
- * With Accepted Offers: 2
- * Without Accepted Offers: 6
- * Total Active Listings: 8
- * % with Accepted Offers: 25%
- * Months of Inventory: 1.4
Sold 06/19/2017 - 06/19/2018
- * Total Sold Listings: 52
- * Highest Sold Price: $600,000
- * Lowest Sold Price: $220,000
- * Average Sold Price: $395,773
- * Median Sold Price: N/A
* Source: IDX Active & Sold Listings
* Property Types: Single Family, Multi Family
More about Dudgeon Monroe, Madison, WI
The homes in Dudgeon-Monroe were "new urbanism", "smart design", and "urban density" long before these terms became a part of our common vocabulary. The houses in the area are built on modestly-sized lots along the Monroe Street corridor, where dozens of stores, boutiques, art galleries, coffee shops and restaurants are only a short walk or bike ride from home. Some of Madison's most popular businesses are located along Monroe Street, including Trader Joe's, Barriques Wine Cave, Mickie's Dairy Bar, and Michael's Frozen Custard, to name a few. Monroe Street is even home to a pharmacy and a local branch of the public library.
Neighborhood Parks and Recreation
Dudgeon-Monroe offers convenient access to some of Madison's most popular outdoor destinations. In this near west side community, a trip to the lake, along with a scoop of Michael's Frozen Custard makes for a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Wingra Park offers gorgeous views of Lake Wingra, as well as canoe and kayak rentals, a playground, soccer field and basketball court. Walk south from Wingra Park and you'll arrive at Wingra Springs Park (aka "The Duck Pond"). From here, a short walk up the hill on Glenway Street brings you to Glenwood Children's Park and the Glenway Golf Course.
If you're a biking enthusiast, this neighborhood offers you the perfect location. Ride your bike around the Lake Wingra loop, which includes a run through the scenic University of Wisconsin Arboretum. Or hop on the Southwest Commuter Bike Path, which connects you to the University of Wisconsin campus and the larger Badger State and Capital City bike trail systems.
Dudgeon-Monroe properties are zoned to the Madison West High school attendance area. Local elementary schools include Franklin/Randall and Thoreau. The middle school options include either Cherokee Heights or Hamilton.
A number of private school options are available in the area as well. Private elementary schools include Blessed Sacrament, Wingra School, and Edgewood Grade School. Edgewood also offers education at the high school and college levels.
Dudgeon-Monroe Neighborhood Association (DMNA)
The local neighborhood association is one of the most active neighborhood groups in Madison, and another reason why this part of Madison is so popular. Many volunteers show their allegiance to the neighborhood by tending to the local parks and green spaces. The association actively promotes the history of the neighborhood and the relevance of its many architecturally significant homes.
Dudgeon Monroe Neighborhood Photos
Volunteers maintain a prairie situated along the Southwest Commuter Bike Path.
The bike path runs the entire length of the neighborhood and straight to the University of Wisconsin Campus.
Wingra Park, along the shores of Lake Wingra, is one of Madison's most picturesque parks. It's the perfect place to lay in the sun, launch a canoe, or play with the kids on a beautiful, sunny day.
Sold in Dudgeon Monroe
We sold 1922 Keyes Ave very quickly and for the highest possible market price. This small home benefited from a great location near the neighborhood bike path, Monroe Street, and Trader Joe's grocery store.
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