When the light goes down on this city, you’ll want to grab a spot by the eastern shore of Lake Monona, its namesake and Madison’s second largest. View of the evening cityscape, State Capitol Building and sunsets are spectacular.
6 mi to
78 mi to
8,122 | Population
$355k | Avg. house price
Excitement around new businesses and development, restaurants, and a fondness for long-standing establishments, adds a buzz to this laid-back suburb. The sense of community runs and sounds strong - Monona even has its own radio station.
Lakefront homes and condos, tidy houses on neat, green blocks, and cute homes abound. New construction, popping up in open pockets of already established residential streets, adds personality and new charm.
Waterfront and nature access are at your fingertips in Monona. Thanks to a bike route encircling the lake and connecting to Madison you can take a long- or short-pedal commute to downtown and even the West Side beyond. Speaking of getting places, access to the Beltline (Highways 12/14/18), Hwy 151, Interstates 90 and 94 are mere minutes away.
Aldo Leopold Nature Center
Olbrich Botanical Gardens
Crema Cafe Madison
Meat People Butcher
Buck & Honey’s
Salvatore’s Tomato Pies
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