This recently approved, 139 lot subdivision is conveniently located between College Avenue and Martin Drive on the northern edge of Muskego, Wisconsin. It is a four minute drive from the expressway entrance of I43 and Moorland Road.
Kirkland Crossing consists of 91 acres of beautiful, rolling land together with a 26-acre, mature woods to be preserved as a central woodland to be enjoyed by all Kirkland Crossing residents. Park Arthur borders Kirkland Crossing on the west. (Owned and maintained by the City of Muskego). Park Arthur contains three youth, synthetic turf, baseball diamonds, one full size diamond, a sledding hill, archery range, walking trails and it offers cross country skiing in the winter. Additionally, Idle Isle Park with frontage on the north side of Little Muskego Lake is a short three minute bike ride away.
If you like open spaces, cul de sacs, a preserved forest backdrop or lots with a view you will fall in love with Kirkland Crossing!
Our first phase of 20,000+ sq. ft., fully improved lots is scheduled to start in the Fall of 2022 and be completed early Summer of 2023. We have already started a waitlist of eager buyers.
Please contact Kristin Carity Hein at 414-915-6387 with any questions or to be added to our waitlist.
Located on the Northeast corner of STH 164 & Elmwood Road, this flat, vacant land property is one of the few large intact parcels that remain in the Village of Richfield. Offered for sale for the first time and currently zone and utilized agriculturally. There is the distinct possibility to rezone to a desirable conservation single-family development under the Village of Richfield, 3 acre density requirements - see attached example. As an alternate land use, the parcel would be conducive for a horse farm estate or possibly a hybrid 40 acre conservation subdivision and 37 acre estate parcel. Lots of opportunities….
Call Bill Carity (414) 861-1967