Why you'd want to live in Shorewood Hills
Shorewood Hills is a suburb of Madison surrounded by Madison and Lake Mendota only a minute away from the Capitol Building. The heavily wooded home sites sit on varying terrain with narrow roadways and beautiful views. The First Unitarian Society Meeting House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is in Shorewood Hills. It’s very reflective of the community’s modern architecture and mid-century home designs. Blackhawk Country Club, a private 18 hole golf course, offers members more than just golf. Enjoy the club house for lunch, dinner or a special event. In the winter you can sled, cross country ski or downhill ski. The Shorewood Hills Pool has 10 olympic length lanes for swimming and diving competitions plus it can be used for water ballet, water aerobics and swim lessons. It also has a concession area, locker and shower facility plus wading pool for kids. A seasonal membership is available to all, open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The Village has tennis courts at Post Farm Park and the Shorewood Hills Elementary School. The school offers grades Pre-K thru 5th and is part of the Madison Metropolitan School District.