Business

Fall Parade of Homes highlights broad range of locations, styles and price points


The cottage is part of the inaugural Fall Parade of Homes that begins Friday and is organized by the Madison Area Builders Association.


Built on a 1.5-acre lot with panoramic views of rural Dane County, the $1.04 million home has five bedrooms, 4.5 baths and 5,200-square-feet of living space.


The room also includes walls of retractable windows with screens, which further allows the temperature to be controlled in warmer months based on the direction of the wind and rain.


The 1,200-square-foot cottage is part of a group of condominiums in Madison’s Chapel View subdivision that are all separate homes but with common driveways, two car garages, full basements with 9-foot ceilings and a service that maintains the grass and snow removal.


Ed Hoksbergen, production manager for Encore Homes, walks past several of the developer's new cottage-style condominium units in Madison.


The Madison man, who was part of winning the 1992 America's Cup, built iceboats and sailboats and has a passion for the circus, has been inducted into the National Sailing Hall of Fame.






Powered by Blogger.