Listed below are homes for sale in East Buckeye, a neighborhood located in Far East Madison, WI. Listings are updated multiple times a day from the SCWMLS.
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East Buckeye Road to the north; Interstate 90 to the east; Chicago Northwestern to the south and west
Why Do People Live Here?
East Buckeye’s “small town charm” draws many young families to the neighborhood. Much of the neighborhood is covered by single-family homes located on quiet cul-de-sacs that teem with familiar neighbors. Events hosted throughout the year include horse drawn sleigh rides, summer picnics, movies in the park and family fishing days. And East Buckeye’s close proximity to both commercial and natural areas makes it a versatile neighborhood. Orlando Bell Park, located along East Buckeye’s south border, spans 13 acres for neighbors to enjoy soccer fields, basketball courts, playground equipment and open fields. Additionally, a greenway that extends from East Buckeye’s north border empties into Droster Park. There, neighbors enjoy open space, athletic fields and playground equipment.
What Does the Neighborhood Look Like?
Residential development began in East Buckeye in the late 1970s and continued throughout the ‘90s. There are no commercial areas within East Buckeye’s borders, and an intelligent street design further reduces traffic. Homes here are often built on cul-de-sacs that offer quiet streets and familiar neighbors. East Buckeye offers a great deal of versatility in its housing options. Homes positioned on the west side of the neighborhood are often listed for less than the median listing price, and homes on the east side of the neighborhood are typically listed above the median price. That makes the neighborhood a viable option for both first-time homebuyers as well as growing families.
What’s Going on Nearby?
East Buckeye may be a quiet residential neighborhood, but its central location makes all the amenities of Madison easily within reach. Downtown Madison is about seven miles west of East Buckeye, and East Town Mall, the most popular commercial area on Madison’s east side, is less than six miles north. Sun Prairie, meanwhile, is about 10 miles north of the neighborhood, and Cottage Grove is five miles east. Close proximity to Interstate 90, Stoughton Road and East Washington Avenue also makes for an easy commute from East Buckeye in any direction.
Where Will My Kids Go to School?
For information about finding a home in the East Buckeye neighborhood or to sell your East Buckeye home, contact our team for a better real estate experience. East Buckeye neighborhood is located on the Far East Side of Madison in MLS area Madison – E11. Below are more homes for sale in that area.