Our History

The Brisage neighborhood was created in 2004 by developer James T. 'Tim' Weaver, a second generation builder and residential developer in Madison.
Mr. Weaver wanted all 57 homes in Brisage to have a French country Acadian look.  So, in an unsual restriction, he required all builders who bought his lots to use one of only three architects who were very familiar with the French Acadian country design.  One architect was even in Baton Rouge, LA, where many homes have that look.
The Brisage covenants required all homes to be at least 2,200 square feet of heated floor space.  That put them in the $250,000 range in 2004.  In 2012, a typical Brisage home would be in the $350,000 range, depending on its size and amenities.
 No Brisage lots are vacant today.  But one or two homes in Brisage are usually on the market at any time.  Fortunately, our homes often sell in just a few weeks.  As a result, our neighborhood is among the most stable, desirable in Madison.

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