Maple Bluff is a welcoming neighborhood that has a lot to offer for those who would like to live in an exclusively residential area. It has a strong sense of community and a mix of architecture types. With there being no vacant lots, there are no new builds, leaving the neighborhood to be filled with traditional homes that were built between the 1920s and 1950s.
This neighborhood borders Lake Mendota and is in close proximity to downtown Madison. The location offers easy access to the lake for various water-based activities, the airport, several bike trails and parks, and a variety of dining and shopping.
Maple Bluff has many notable features between cosmetics and activities. It is visually appealing with the houses, large bluff and mature maple trees that line the streets. Alongside looks, the neighborhood offers activities with the private country club, recreation center, gym, and marina including swimming, tennis, golf, and more.
Overall, Maple Bluff is great for residents attracted to historic charm and looking for a neighborhood that has a close-knit feeling with the community members.