Sun Prairie WI Real Estate

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A city found in Dane County, Sun Prairie has a population of nearly 30,000 residents. It's considered a suburb of Madison and a part of the metro area. Sun Prairie has also been nicknamed as the Groundhog Capital of the World.

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Why Do People Live Here?

With plenty of opportunities in Sun Prairie, many home buyers come here for the highly-affordable homes. Many subdivisions provide existing homes, while some are full of lots for building a new home. A variety of home buyers will find what they are looking for in Sun Prairie.

The city is full of great options for just about any budget with homes starting below $150K. Throughout the city, buyers will find a number of neighborhoods with affordable homes including Glacier Crossing, Vanderburg Heights and Prairie Enterprises. Other neighborhoods offering newer construction homes include Meadow Crossing, Wyndam Hills and Stoneridge Estates. Buyers looking for luxury homes will find them in Westwynde and Shonas Highlands.

What Does the Neighborhood Look Like?

Sun Prairie is a combination of older and newer homes with plenty of character throughout. It's known for the historic downtown area with unique architecture and plenty of history. The city dates back to 1846 and it's the second largest city in Dane County.

Throughout Sun Prairie, plenty of activities are found. The city is home to 44 city parks and 11 ice skating rinks. It's also known for the annual Corn Vest and plenty of other events, such as the Art Fest, Downtown Block Party, Taste of Sun Prairie, Strawberry Fest and Blues Fest.

What's Going on Nearby?

Sun Prairie is located just minutes from the Dane County Regional Airport. It's a short drive from Downtown Madison and surrounded by many communities including DeForest, Windsor, Lake Windsor, Burke, Pierceville, Deansville, Token Creek, Maple Bluff and Cottage Grove. The city is also found just minutes from Lake Monona and Lake Mendota. The Olbrich Botanical Gardens and Henry Vilas Zoo are just a short drive away, as well.

Where Will My Kids Go To School?

The Sun Prairie Area School District serves the students found throughout Sun Prairie. It consists of seven elementary schools, three middle schools and two high schools, which include:

  • Creekside Elementary School
  • Horizon Elementary School
  • Eastside Elementary School
  • C.H. Bird Elementary School
  • Northside Elementary School
  • Royal Oaks Elementary School
  • Westside Elementary School
  • Patrick Marsh Middle School
  • Cardinal Height Upper Middle School
  • Prairie View Middle School
  • Prairie Phoenix Academy
  • Sun Prairie High School

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