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Home and Hearth

Home and Hearth

Madison’s status as one of Mississippi’s fastest-growing, most affluent city is reflected in its carefully planned, upscale neighborhoods. When you purchase a home in this community, you’ll soon discover you’ve invested in more than just a piece of real estate. A home in Madison comes with a lifestyle that’s nothing short of priceless.

Madison is home to more than 200 residential developments, each offering a distinctive lifestyle all its own. Home ownership is important to Madison residents, with more than 90 percent of the homes in the area being owner occupied. The average home value for a new house is $250,000, and 89 percent of households in Madison are married couples with children.

Waterfront developments along the Ross Barnett Reservoir offer resort-style living year-round. The 33,000-acre reservoir is a prime spot for sailing, power boating and offers some of the best bass fishing in the state. In addition to the panoramic view and the tranquility of life on the water, many reservoir neighborhoods offer residents access to private boat slips and protected harbors.

Avid golfers will appreciate the convenience of challenging courses, found literally in their own backyards. Private golf courses serve as the focal points to several exclusive residential developments. The winding paths, sparkling lakes and gently rolling terrain of these well-kept courses provide a beautiful backdrop for some of Madison’s most elegant homes.

Madison is also home to traditional suburban neighborhoods characterized by tree-lined streets, manicured lawns and friendly neighborhoods. Many of Madison’s communities feature small lakes, walking trails and gated neighborhoods for the privacy and piece of mind of their residents.

The growth in Madison has been carefully managed to ensure the city retains its small-town charm. Each new neighborhood must meet strict requirements designed to protect property values and preserve the character of the city itself.

While the cost of a home in Madison is slightly higher than the state average, you’ll still pay far less than you might expect. Property values in Madison tend to increase quickly, while property taxes remain low. In fact, Madison boasts the highest resale value on homes in all of Mississippi.

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