Homes for Sale, Middleton, Wisconsin
Known as “the good neighbor city”, this popular community is located both to the west and to the north of Madison. Middleton is known for its strong sense of community. In fact, Money Magazine recently rated the city as the “#1 best place to live in America", one of many reasons the properties here have become so popular.
Middleton Real Estate Statistics
|Middleton WI MLS Listings:||224|
|Avg Middleton Listing Price:||$373,204|
|Highest Middleton Price:||$2,999,900|
|Lowest Middleton Price:||$117,500|
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All Homes for Sale in Middleton, WI
|All Listings||$100,000 - $200,000||$200,000 - $300,000|
|$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $600,000|
|$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000||$800,000 - $900,000|
|$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
Middleton Inventory & Price Trends
- * With Accepted Offers: 33
- * Without Accepted Offers: 191
- * Total Active Listings: 224
- * % with Accepted Offers: 15%
- * Months of Inventory: 5.3
Sold 12/11/2017 - 12/11/2018
- * Total Sold Listings: 430
- * Highest Sold Price: $2,300,000
- * Lowest Sold Price: $100,000
- * Average Sold Price: $408,381
- * Median Sold Price: $362,000
* Source: IDX Active & Sold Listings
* Property Types: Single Family, Lots & Acreage, Condo
More about Middleton, Wisconsin
Middleton has something to offer everyone. This city is home to the popular Middleton-Cross Plains school district. Middleton offers a great variety of parks and recreational spaces, including the Pheasant Branch Conservancy, the community pool, and the "splash pad" at Lakeview Park, a family favorite on hot summer days. The Pleasant View Golf Course is one of the more popular golf courses in the area. Food and shopping venues range from smaller, family owned businesses in the city's center to a vast array of options at Greenway Station. Middleton is home to the Good Neighbor Festival and the Capital Brewery Bier Garten, places where friends and neighbors relax on lazy summer days.
Middleton Homes for Sale by Neighborhood
Our handy Middleton real estate guides feature community profiles, current listings, maps, and sales data for twenty Middleton neighborhoods. You can learn more about the many great neighborhoods in Middleton by perusing our subdivision guides below.
Real Estate Near Downtown Middleton
Character and charm define the homes near Downtown Middleton. If you like picket fences and wrap-around porches, or an old-fashioned brick home near the center of town, this part of the city is the place for you. Nearby, the Meadows, Middleton Heights, Foxridge, and Parklawn subdivisions are four popular neighborhoods located near the city center. The Stonefield subdivision is located a few blocks further to the southeast, while Middleton Beach is nestled up against Lake Mendota a few blocks to the northeast.
Real Estate in the Town of Middleton
Drive west on Airport Road and the properties in the Town of Middleton feature many attractive designs built on large lots within the popular Sunset Ridge Elementary attendance area. Enchanted Valley, Prairie Home Estates, and Sunset Ridge Estates are three such neighborhoods located along the western edge of the city.
Drive to the south and you'll encounter several upscale subdivisions situated along the Old Sauk Rd and Mineral Point Rd corridors. These include the Cherrywood, Cardinal Point Estates, Pheasant Point, Spruce Hollow, and Sauk Point Estates neighborhoods. Just a little further to the south, the Glaciers End and Noll Valley subdivisions offer more luxury properties built on spacious, private lots. If you're in search of luxury real estate, Middleton offers many neighborhoods for your consideration.
Neighborhoods Near Conservancy Spaces
A surprising number of Middleton properties are nestled up against natural environments and protected conservancies, including the homes in Northlake, located along the eastern edge of the Pheasant Branch Creek Conservancy. Middleton Hills, a "new urbanism" neighborhood featuring Prairie-Craftsman architecture, is located along the opposite end of the Conservancy. Nearby, the Middleton Ridge and Misty Valley subdivisions offer access to the conservancy at Graber Pond.
A Bold New Community
North of Lake Mendota, development is underway at the Community of Bishops Bay. When complete, this new development will feature 7 distinct neighborhoods, 10 community parks, an elementary school, and many more amenities.
Popular condominium communities include Middleton Conservancy and Bishops Bay. The Middleton Conservancy condos offer units in a unique, natural setting. The condos in Bishops Bay are conveniently situated near one of the most prestigious golf courses in the Madison area.
Middleton Neighborhood Guides
Get even more information on Middleton's neighborhoods by looking at each of our guides. We've included property information, recent sales, neighborhood parks and other information to help you target the right community for your next home.
- All Middleton Homes
- Middleton Schools
- Middleton Open Houses
- New Middleton Homes
- Cardinal Point Estates
- Community of Bishops Bay
- Daybreak Valley
- Downtown Middleton
- Enchanted Valley
- Hidden Oaks
- Glaciers End
- Middleton Beach
- Middleton Hills
- Middleton Ridge & Misty Valley
- Noll Valley
- Pheasant Point
- Prairie Home Estates
- Sauk Point Estates
- Spruce Hollow
- Sunset Ridge Estates
- The Willows