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Explore The Neighborhoods Of Stoughton

There is a buzz about the town of Stoughton. Everywhere you go, whether you're stopping downtown at Stoughton Cinema Cafe to catch a movie, or going hiking on the trails at Virgin Lake Trail, the people of Stoughton make you feel welcomed and right at home. Explore the abundant city by viewing each of the neighborhoods that make Stoughton the amazing place it is.

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Historic Districts
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  • Downloadable Maps of 5 Districts listed in the National Register of Historic Places
  • Main Street District
  • East Side Historic District- 80 homes
  • Northwest Side Historic District- 300 homes
  • Southwest Side Historic District- 120 homes
  • East Park Historic District- 19 homes



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Memorable Moments

During the play "Annie" held at the Stoughton Village Players, the back stage wasn't built out quite yet, so actors had to go, in full costume, across the street to the Stoughton Library to use the restrooms.

The Stoughton Neighborhoods

Stoughton Neighborhoods

Main Street District

The Stoughton Main Street Historical district is the downtown area of the city. Most of the buildings were constructed 150 years ago!

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Stoughton Neighborhoods

East Side Historic District

The East Side Historic District in Stoughton rests on the south of the bend of the Yahara River.

  • 80 Homes built between 1890-1915
  • 25 acres
  • Many residents were employed in wagon factories, tobacco warehouses or worked on the railroad

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Stoughton Neighborhoods

NorthWest Side Historic District

The Northwest Side Historic District is an attractive neighborhood that has retained its historic charm. The large, historic homes make up an approximate 18 block area.

  • 300 Homes
  • Most homes were built during the city's "Golden Age"

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Stoughton Neighborhoods

Southwest side Historic District

Today, the Southwest Side district is an approximately twenty block area between South Monroe, South Page, Oak and Main streets. A true testament to the city’s past building traditions as well as the present interest in neighborhood conservation.

  • 120 Homes
  • At least 8 homes in this neighborhood are attributed to a single builder: John J. Homestad - and he likely built more!

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Stoughton Neighborhoods

East Park Historic District

The origin of the East Park Historic Disctrict was in 1879 when the original local residents formed the Stoughton Fair Association.

  • 19 Homes
  • Homes are 'Bungalow' style
  • The first Stoughton fair was held in 1879 (the same year Eat Park originated)

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