Live In The Popular Spring Harbor Neighborhood
5505 Marsha Drive
4 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / 1,294 square feet / 1 car garage
A quiet, mature neighborhood with a beach, nature trails, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and grocers all within a short walk.. This home checks all the boxes that make Madison special.
The private, fully fenced-in yard offers shade trees as well as large sunny areas, perfect for gardeners. Established raspberry plants, raised beds and a compost bin are in place.
You’re sure to enjoy the refinished hardwood floors, double pane Pella wood frame windows, mid century bathroom, new second floor carpeting, built in book shelves and 1.5 car garage.
- Double pane Pella wood windows
- Original, refinished wood floors
- Central Air Installed - 2001-2002
- New carpet upstairs - 2017
- Main bath updates include a new vanity, shower surround & light fixture - 2012ish
- New toilet in main bath - 2017
- Hose Bib installed on back of house - 2017
- Full bath in basement (shower, toilet, sink, block window) - 2005
- Kitchen Professionally painted - 2017
- Front Door Professionally painted - 2017
- Upstairs bedroom professionally painted - 2017
Walk to the Bee Balm Learning Center daycare, Glass Nickel, Buck’s Pizza, Lalo’s Mexican Restaurant, The Original Pancake House, Perkins, Oakcrest Tavern, Moka coffee shop, EVP Coffee, Inner Fire Yoga, Paceline Indoor Cycling, Anytime Fitness, The West Side Community Farmer's Market, Brennan’s Market, Jacobson’s Meat & Deli, Knocke’s Market & Butcher Shop, the Russian Market, and Spring Harbor Animal Hospital.
Metcalfe’s Market, Super Target, AMC Cinema & Hilldale Mall is just a few minutes down University Ave.
There are 7 public parks in the Spring Harbor neighborhood. Here are a few of our favorites.
Spring Harbor Park & Beach
This lakeside park features play equipment a beach, a boat launch and storage racks for canoes and kayaks. It’s also a good spot for windsurfing and kiteboarding.
Kettle Pond Conservation Park
The retreat of the glacier 10,000 years ago left many 'kettle holes' in the Madison area. A pond surrounded by woods provides habitat for a variety of wildlife in this small park with trails.
Merrill Springs Park
Another great spot to store or launch your canoe, kayak or stand-up paddle board.
Other neighborhood or nearby parks include:
Highlands East Park, Indian Hills Park, Marshall Park, Mendota-Grassman Greenway, Norman Way Open Space, Old Middleton Greenway, Camelot Open Space, Spring Harbor Middle School Playground.
Read all about what makes the Spring Harbor Neighborhood special here.