Stoughton, WI Apartments for Rent

Affordable, condo-style apartment living: Apartments for rent in Stoughton, WI

For renters looking for quiet community close to Madison, Stoughton is a great place to call home. Stoughton, with a population of 12,698, offers a small-town feel, yet is just 30 minutes from downtown.

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Stoughton WI Apartments

Burntwood Apartments are located in a quiet residential community in the historic city of Stoughton. This distinctive apartment community offers two and three bedroom apartments that will instantly feel like home.

COMMUNITY AMENITIES

  • 24/7 Emergency Maintenance
  • Attached one stall garage with opener and water spigot
  • Bike Racks
  • Community Garden
  • Garbage and recycling centers
  • Off Street Parking
  • On-site playground
  • Plenty of green spaces for picnics and play
  • Cats and dogs welcome (deposit required/fees apply)

APARTMENT AMENITIES

  • A full size washer and dryer
  • Bright, open kitchens with dishwasher
  • Carpeting
  • French doors leading to a large private balcony
  • Garbage disposal included
  • Gas fireplaces (In 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartments)
  • Individual furnace, central A/C, water heater and water softener
  • Private entrances
  • Walk in closets (in 2 bedroom/2 bathroom and 3 bedroom/1 bathroom apartments)
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About Stoughton

Stoughton, WI is located in Dane County. Stoughton is located 20 miles to the south of Madison and 25 miles to the north of Janesville

About Stoughton, WI

Located on the scenic Yahara river, this beautiful community has many historic neighborhoods and a historic downtown that features the Stoughton Opera House. The town also has two other unique claims to fame: It’s the birthplace of the coffee break (part of the Coffee Break Festival), and home to the Stoughton High School Norwegian Dancers.

Stoughton was founded in 1847 by Luke Stoughton, a native of Vermont. He purchased a plot of land in the Wisconsin Territory, built a mill using the power of the Yaraha River. Norwegian Immigrants soon began to flock to Stoughton looking for work. (Click here for more on Stoughton’s history.)

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Stoughton Businesses

Stoughton is the world headquarters for Nelson Global Products, Universal AET and Cummin Filtration. One of the community’s largest employers is Stoughton Trailers, which fabricates semi-trailers. Other manufacturers include Uniroyal and B&G Foods.

One of the largest employers is also Stoughton Hospital, with a 35-bed facility and over 300 employees.

Stoughton Recreation

From beautiful Lake Kegonsa State Park to events like the Syttende Mai Run/Walk, there’s plenty to keep you active in Stoughton.

Schools in Stoughton

Stoughton Area School District is an award winning school district that consistently posts one of the highest graduation rates in Dane County.  It offers three elementary schools, one middle level school, one high school, and a virtual school.

Things to Do in Stoughton

The Stoughton Opera House is a beautifully restored Victorian theater that features local, regional, national and international performers. It’s been called “Southern Wisconsin’s Most Charming Theater.”

The gift shops, antique stores and art galleries of downtown’s historic district reflect Stoughton’s Norwegian heritage.

Each May, the community celebrates Syttende Mai, with a wide range of activities including one of the state’s most popular marathon runs.

Sources:
TravelWisconsin.com
Stoughton Chamber of Commerce

City Directory - Important Links

The Official Website of Stoughton, WI

Tremendous Stoughton resource. Includes the following links:

Mayor and City Council

Includes Mayor’s bio and contact information for Mayor and City Council.

Departments

Includes Police, Fire, Library, Recreations and more.

Resident Information

Includes construction updates, ordinances and other frequently asked questions.

Business Resources

Includes Chamber of Commerce and Redevelopment Authority.

Where to Go

Wendigo – 121 E Main St

Casual dining featuring local farmers, craft beer, artisan cocktails and modern pub food.

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Malabar Coast Coffee & Tea - 2300 US Hwy 51 -138

Fresh roasted coffee, loose leaf teas, fresh made wraps, sandwiches, salads, and the delicious bakery items!

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Fosdal Bakery - 243 E Main St

A traditional small town bakery with homemade donuts, cookies, cakes, pies, deli sandwiches, and more.

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El Rio Grande - 524 W Main St

The Cervantes family has enthusiastically brought a tasty piece of the Mexican culture to Stoughton since 2004.

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Troll Beach – 401 Mandt Pkwy

Enjoy the best beach experience which includes clean city water, a full concession stand, pool chairs and umbrellas, sandy zero depth entry, and large inflatable play structures.

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Viking Park – 2525 County Hwy B

Viking Park offers a small picnic shelter, a nature trail, dog exercise area, shoreline fishing, and ideal areas for family outings.

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