Sauk Creek Neighborhood

This far west neighborhood of Madison consists of 280 homes built in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Colonial and two-story modern homes with two car attached garages are typical in the area.

The neighborhood boundaries are Old Sauk Road to the north, Gray Fox Trail to the south, Wolf Street to the west, and Walnut Grove Park to the east.

Located about 8 miles from downtown Madison and the University of Wisconsin, it is easily accessible from the West Beltline Highway 12/14 via the Mineral Point Road and Old Sauk Road exits. It is conveniently located near the West Towne Mall shopping area, the Greenway Station Shopping area in Middleton, the Alicia Ashman Public Library, and numerous grocery stores, restaurants, retail establishments and medical facilities.

Residents can enjoy basketball, soccer, tennis and playgrounds at three nearby parks: Haen Family Park on High Point Road and Tree Lane, Sauk Creek Park on High Point Road just north of Wolf Street, and Walnut Grove Park on Westfield Road just south of Farmington Way.

The public schools in the neighborhood attendance area are:

About Sauk Creek Neighborhood