Hawks Landing – Madison, WI

    On the southwest edge of Madison, Wisconsin is the Hawks Landing Golf Club on the north end of Verona, a busy suburb with over 10,000 people. Scattered among the holes, and sitting on its edge is the Hawks Landing subdivision, a quiet neighborhood full of charming houses, friendly neighbors, and quiet streets.

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    Living in Hawks Landing

    Luxury homes and condos are the standard here, with prices ranging between $250-650,000, and some home going for over a million. Annual HOA fees also apply. Life in Hawks Landing is quiet with a suburban feel.

    Olson Elementary School is the nearest to the neighborhood, and schools are part of the Madison School District, one of the best in Wisconsin. If you’re looking for higher education options, the University of Wisconsin isn’t far away, and if you need a great hospital Madison has plenty.

    Most public services are administered by Verona, including water and sewer service. There are many great parks nearby, from quiet Flagstone Park, to active Elver Park which is complete with soccer fields, a pond that doubles as an ice rink in the winter, and softball diamonds.

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    Living in Hawks Landing gives you a discount on joining the country club, though the public University Ridge Golf Course also sits to the south. If you’re looking for work, Madison has lots of great employment options to choose from.

    Activities around Hawks Landing

    Madison is an artistic and cultural Mecca, but there are plenty of other activities for everyone to enjoy. There are plenty of excellent shopping options including West Towne Mall, the specialty shops around the UW campus, and there are also great shops in Verona.

    If you love the arts, Madison is full of fine art galleries, great restaurants and several theaters for you to enjoy.

    If you love the outdoors, the twin lakes are perfect for heading out in your boat, or just dropping a line in to see what you catch. When winter comes along there are several snowmobile trails, cross-country ski paths, and other great options.

    If you’re a sports fan you shouldn’t miss the Badgers college football, or basketball. And if you love to see big name acts, there are plenty of them at the Alliant Energy Center year-round.

    If you want to get away from Madison for a while, Dane County Regional Airport has flights to popular destinations throughout the Midwest. And lots of people take day trips to Milwaukee, Chicago, Wisconsin Dells, and many other great places nearby.

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