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Usually 4,000-5,000 square feet is a very large, spacious home and 2,600 square feet is a good size for most families... can you imagine a home at 150,000 square feet or more???

1613 Brynwood Drive Madison, WI 53716 $235,000 East Madison - 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath Bi-level with 2222 square feet. Newly finished lower level, 2 car+ garage & more.

Nakoma two-story Colonial 4-bedroom 2 1/2-bathroom 2142 finished square feet, 934 Waban Hill - Madison, Wisconsin, sold at $400K (assessed at $360k 2015)

4934 E Buckeye Road Madison, WI $180,000 Beautiful Start! Well-maintained home with1530 square foot, 3 bedroom + office, 2 bath raised ranch. The real hardwood floors gleam from all the natural light. Features an eat-in kitchen, garden window & a gas range. Roomy lower level includes ¾ bath, family room & office/den.

817 Redland Drive Madison, WI $175,000 Tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac adjacent to Sycamore Park! This 4 bedroom, 1.5 bath, 1422 square foot ranch features real hardwood floors, newer carpeting, paint, light fixtures, ceiling fans & a master bath. Find a finished lower level family room, drywall hung for additional square footage & has exposure. Fenced in back yard, steps from Sycamore Park and a freshly painted deck.

1307 Loftsgordon Avenue, Madison WI **PRICE REDUCED $125,000** Start With Me! Well-kept 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 720 square foot bungalow on the North East side of Madison. Come inside to find an updated ¾ bathroom, living room floor & kitchen with newer appliances, hardware & paint. Open kitchen/living with breakfast bar & huge master bedroom. Plus home was recently landscaped, new roof in 2011 & 2 car detached garage. Located near Kraft Foods & Aberg with easy access to hwy 30 & 151.

4,500 square feet; 3 bedrooms plus bunk room, 3½ bathrooms | The footprint, including the large north-facing porch, is roughly 75 feet long and 26 feet wide | near Madison, Wisconsin | Bill Bickford, Architect

Meanwhile, in Madison, Wisconsin, a group run by Occupy Madison is in the process of building 30 even smaller microhouses for Madison's homeless population. Each house is only 98 square feet—enough to fit a mattress and a toilet—and outfitted with a solar panel that powers a small heater.

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