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Why Do People Live Here?
Nakoma League was platted as a self-contained suburb on Madison’s near west side in the early 1900s., and developers aimed for quality at every turn. Ample land was set aside for parks, tennis courts and a golf course. A new middle school was built, and the streets were designed to wind through the neighborhood like the tree-lined rural roads found elsewhere in southeast Wisconsin. In its early years, Nakoma League even boasted its own private bus system and an exclusive water supply. The Nakoma League’s neighborhood association, which began as a women’s club, has organized community activities and charitable endeavors throughout the decades to ensure that the community never strayed from its guiding principles: “to promote neighborliness and friendliness among its members and to contribute to the welfare of the community.” Nakoma League has been regarded as one of Madison’s most prestigious neighborhoods for more than a century.
What Does the Neighborhood Look Like?
Mature trees tower above historical homes found in Nakoma League. Homes found throughout the neighborhood are inspired by Historical Colonial, Greek, Tudor Revival, French Provincial and Prairie-style designs. More than 700 homes are spread across the neighborhood’s 250 acres. The average home was built in Nakoma League in the late 1930s. Nakoma League shares an eastern border with the University of Wisconsin Arboretum, and the Nakoma Country Club was built here in 1921. That has helped foster the neighborhood’s suburban charm for decades. Thoreau Elementary School was built here in 1917, and Cherokee Heights Middle School, which is adjacent to the neighborhood on South Midvale Boulevard, is a short walk away. Nakoma Park, Mandan Circle and Hiawatha Circle also provide plenty of green space throughout within Nakoma League’s borders.
What’s Going on Nearby?
Nakoma League’s central location on Madison’s near west side is one of its greatest assets. Downtown Madison is less than five miles east of the neighborhood, and Middleton is less than seven miles west. Nakoma League is also just minutes from the most popular retailers and restaurants on Madison’s west side. Hilldale Mall is less than three miles from the neighborhood, and West Towne Mall is about four miles away. Expansive natural areas like the UW Madison Arboretum, Owen Conservation Park, Nakoma Park, Mandan Circle and Hiawatha Circle also ready to explore nearby.
Where Will My Kids Go To School?
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