Westmorland neighborhood is one of the most sought after neighborhoods of Madison. It is located south of Mineral Point Road next to Glenway Golf Course. The Southwest Bike Trail borders the south end, which gives residents quick access to downtown either by vehicle or on bike. The properties are zoned to the Madison School District which includes Midvale and Lincoln Elementary and Cherokee, Hamilton Middle Schools, Madison West High School. Queen of Peace Church offers private schooling up until 8th grade.
Odana Golf Course is also close by. Other recreation like the Arboretum, Henry Vilas Zoo, and many parks are at your fingertips. Shopping and Restaurants are located in Sequoya Commons, Hilldale Mall, Monroe Stree, and West Town Mall.
- Westmorland Walking Band
- Winter Play Day
- Summer Garden Tour
- Halloween Parade and Party
- Speedy Weedy Dandelion Digging Contest
- Winter House Decorating Contest
- 4th of July Celebration
- Block Captain Recognition Event
- Garage Sale
- Great Garlic Mustard Roundup
- Park Clean Up Day
- Santa Visits
Westmorland Health Fund Drive promotes community service with proceeds donated to charitable organizations. As this area was recently named to Madison Magazine’s list of “Great Neighborhoods”, you aren’t going to want to leave this area.
Homes in Westmorland
As you drive through Westmorland neighborhood, you will notice the tree-lined streets, diverse architecture and a wide range of affordability. This area brings together young and old in an enriching community.
Another unique feature of this neighborhood is the 18 Lustron houses. What are Lustron houses? They are prefabricated porcelain steel houses built between 1949 and 1950 in response to a shortage of homes during post-WWII when soldiers were returning. These homes are durable and low maintenance. They are some of the most unique houses in the US. Here is an example of this interesting home style.