McKenna Rowhouse in Madison, WI
The McKenna Rowhouse Condos in Madison, Wisconsin, are 18 FHA-approved lovely ranch units located right off Raymond Road and across from the popular Elver Park.
Each central air conditioned unit features a unique triple-sided fireplace that separates the living room and a dining nook. A private laundry and a two-car attached garage are additional amenities.
Madison consistently ranks high on national lists as an exceptional city to work, raise a family, play, and retire.
Lifestyle desires give you a choice of suburban friendly neighborhood living, action and culture in downtown Madison with restaurants and Badger sporting events, a home on a lake, a larger home for a growing family, a smaller home for retirees who want to downsize, condominiums, and residences for multi-families.
It is definitely an asset to be so close to Elver Park, the largest Madison Community Park, which gives the McKenna Rowhouse residents many opportunities to enjoy activities. Hours are 4:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
In the summer, the disc golf course, the soccer fields, softball diamonds and private shelters are very popular. In the winter, there are hockey and ice skating rinks, a sledding hill, and lighted cross-country ski trials.
A splash park is to be open there during summer months beginning in approximately August of 2014. This will be a free public interactive water attraction of approximately 3,000 square feet which will feature fountains, spray toys, and more.
Wisconsin State Capitol and Capitol Square
The majestic State Capitol, one of the truly magnificent capitol buildings in the country and a renovated historical landmark, is right in Madison. It has a Renaissance style and the only granite dome in the United States.
The interior has over 40 different types of stone and marble from all over the world, ornate ceiling frescos, sculptures, paintings, handmade furniture and murals.
The second floor has a Rotunda; and, in the summer, the roof’s observation deck presents a spectacular view of Madison and the lakes.
The Capitol Square plays host to state events throughout the year including folk festivals and art shows. A Farmer’s Market is held on Saturdays from April through October with an amazing variety of produce, baked goods, and specialties.
During the growing season, this is the largest farmer’s market in the Midwest and has free classical music concerts.
Concerts On the Square
Held on Wednesday nights in the summer on the lawn of one of the prettiest capitol buildings in the world, this is a free opportunity to listen to orchestra music, bring a picnic and a blanket or sit in the outdoor café or at tables, and sip some beer or wine.
Completed in 1881, this historic hilltop landmark was the first observatory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the third largest in the United States, and one of the last to use a refracting telescope.
Free public viewings are hosted by UW astronomy graduate students. Unfortunately, the telescope is not handicap accessible and can only be reached by climbing a flight of stairs.