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There is a lot of green space on Madison’s East side. Parks include Elvehjem, Acewood, Sycamore, Heritage Prairie, Heritage Heights, Heritage Sanctuary. There are also bike paths, playgrounds, and conservation areas throughout.
The East side has the most active neighborhood associations in Madison. Events and activities include summer festivals, Fourth of July parades, Halloween bonfires, Easter egg hunts, park clean-ups and more. There is a strong sense of community.
The East Side of Madison is labeled as Vintage Madison for good reason. Homes on the East Side of Madison were typically built in 1950s to 1960s. Many homes are available for less than $200,000. The East Side also offers many condos to buyers with many well under $150,000