Arboretum Village is one very beautiful neighborhood, and it’s been years in the making. The idea originated with Don Tierney, his high school teacher and wrestling coach Jim Stephenson (the namesake of Stephenson Drive in nearby Arboretum Office Park), and Dick and Sally Pilsner. They envisioned beautiful wooded parks that would always stay that way, and walking trails to make it easy to enjoy the beauty of the parks. They wanted the trails, woods and parks to be an amenity that Waunakee residents will enjoy for generations. The coolest part of this neighborhood is the nine acre Teddy Bear woods, where you just might see a teddy bear!
Homesites were designed to complement the natural setting, offering some gorgeous southern and western sunset views. You’re just a skip away from all of the great amenities of Savannah Village, including a 52 acre arboretum, covered bridge, parks and trails. You’re also within walking distance to local businesses in the Arboretum Office Park- daycare, dentists, chiropractor, Waunakee Veterinary Clinic, schools for special lessons like Little Strokes swim school and Arboretum School of Music, the Ice Pond Ice Skating Rink, and much more.