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Bringing the outside in! This updated Nakoma mid-century ranch home offers an open floor plan with natural light pouring in. Built by world famous UW geographer Arthur Robinson who designed the "front" of the home to look out into the huge, private back yard. Enjoy cooking together in the updated kitchen which opens to the living & dining rooms so everyone can be included! 3 bedrooms with 2 updated bathrooms on the main floor while the lower level has extra finished storage area & rec. room with vintage bar and fireplace, Office/art studio/bedroom space plus another updated full bath and access to 2-car attached garage. UHP Warranty

4025 Cherokee Drive, Features and Updates

⬧ 2016 Master bathroom remodel
New storm doors
⬧ 2015 New garage doors
⬧ 2013 New Stove/oven
⬧ 2012 New Water heater
⬧ 2011 New Washer/dryer
⬧ 2010 Roof updates (2005 install)
⬧ Gourmet Kitchen - granite countertops, range with double ovens, cabinet refrigerator, big pantry
⬧ 2-car garage
⬧ 3 full baths
⬧ Recreation room with wet bar and mini vintage refrigerator
⬧ House has an amazing amount of storage. Lots of closets!
⬧ 2 Fireplaces
⬧ House faces backyard with large windows and invites light and nature in.
⬧ Close to downtown, short walk to arboretum and bike paths. Near Monroe Street dining and shopping hotspots.


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Nakoma was platted in 1915 as a picturesque suburb in the country with winding roads, its own water system, its own private bus service and substantial lands set aside for parks, tennis courts and a golf course. It was one of the most prestigious neighborhood's of its time as it is today. Some of the finest examples of Colonial, Greek, Tudor Revival, French Provincial, and Prairie style homes are located in Nakoma. The older, historic neighborhood is also home to Thoreau Elementary School, Nakoma Country Club, and easy access to the University of Wisconsin Arboretum. Resident driven activities and charitable endeavors are spearheaded by The Nakoma League. The Nakoma League, with its first roots as a women's group, includes all residents of the neighborhood's 800 homes and continues its mission, “to promote neighborliness and friendliness among its members and to contribute to the welfare of the community.”

Madison School District:

Thoreau Elementary
Cherokee Heights Middle
West High School

Listed by Susan Stoehr of The Alvarado Group, Inc

Listing Sold by Coldwell Banker Success

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