||Parkwood Village is a professionally managed condominium association consisting of 96 homes located on the west side of Madison, Wisconsin.
Only minutes from shopping, restaurants, transportation, and schools, Parkwood Village (PVHA) is nestled among mature trees, beautifully maintained landscaping, and well groomed lawns and gardens. The homes were originally built in 1971-72 and established as a condominium association in 1981. The Association is contained within eighteen buildings, each home having a single car garage and a private patio.
The residents of Parkwood Village Homeowners Association are comprised of young and retired professionals, students, business men/woman, government, medical, and educational personnel, and children. Together they have all helped to build an outstanding community where lasting friendships are made. Located directly north of the PVHA community is a city bike/walking path and the Mineral Point Park with an abundance of wildlife. To the east, and within walking distance, are several family-friendly restaurants offering something for everyone. Shopping, the WestTowne Mall, a pharmacy, gas station, and bowling alley await you to the south/southwest; and, the Memorial High School tennis courts border the community to the west where you can watch practices and matches. A metro bus stop is located only a few steps away if you're in need of transportation throughout the city. Onsite amenities include a pool, a community room, a designated picnic area, and a child-friendly playground.
If you would like to be more active in the community, there are volunteer committees who would welcome your help. And, it's a great way to make new friends. Parkwood Village Homeowners Association is so much more than condominiums. It's a community where friendships begin.
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||Neighbor-To-Neighbor Committee holds: Meet & Greets, Game Nights, Movie Nights, 4th of July Parade, Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween Games & Treats, End of Summer Picnic, Community Garage Sale, Bake Sale, and so much more.