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Welcome to the City of Madison! We invite you to experience and share our hometown spirit. A once small farming community, Madison is now your passport to the best the world has to offer! Small-town flavor nestled close to the amenities of a large metropolitan area.

In 2005, CNN/Money Magazine listed Madison as the 55th best place to live in the United States. Also, Madison was named Top 10 cities to raise a family!

Madison has flourished as it has grown from a small town into a carefully planned city, holding tightly to the feeling of community and hometown spirit that is founders knew and loved. The reason why Madison has continued in this path of success is because of its strict architectural guidelines and covenants.  With elected officials who are dedicated to protecting Madison’s quality of life, you can rest assured that you have made a quality decision when you choose Madison. And, just down the road, only 10 minutes south is Jackson, the state’s largest city and its capital. So, you have the best the state has to offer when you chose Madison!

Everything you need is near shopping, hospitals, golf courses, parks, churches, sporting events, cultural opportunities, colleges, and a 33,000 - acre reservoir for water activities.  There are now new live, work, shop, communities that are springing up in Madison including The Township at Colony Park, and Lost Rabbit.

Madison not only excels in the quality of life it offers you it also excels in the quality education it provides its children. Madison offers excellent educational facilities at the elementary, junior high and senior high school levels. Madison’s public and private schools continue to perform above the national average. All of Madison’s public schools are members of the Madison County School District.

The weather drifts in with short, mild winters and long, lazy, warm summers. Easy access to airlines, highways, and railroads make it easy for family and friends to come and go!  Come and see soon what Madison has to offer you and your family! Madison’s Premiere Real Estate Source



Comment balloon 0 commentsJeffrey Dillon • July 04 2008 11:38AM