Size, location, and pricing available for 75 lots in first new neighborhood from Kohler Co. in over a decade
KOHLER, Wis. – July 8, 2019 – Kohler Co. announces lot sales for the first phase of The Clearings, a highly anticipated subdivision in the Village of Kohler, Wisconsin. The initial sale consists of 75 lots ranging from 0.3 to 1.1 acres starting at $69,000, marking the first time in more than 10 years that Kohler Co. is selling lots.
The Clearings is located on the west side of Woodland Road between Forest and Woodlake Roads and will be developed in the spirit and character of present-day homes in the Village. With thoughtful curation of the land, it will include street lights, sidewalks, trees, a park, municipal water and sewer system. Village Realty & Development will contact people who are currently on the waiting list to schedule an appointment and review lots. For more information, please visit TheClearings.com or call (920) 457-1075.
“We are delighted to launch lot sales for The Clearings,” said Renee Suscha, Manager Village Realty & Development. “The community has long anticipated this subdivision, and we could not be happier to open lots for what will be a beautifully developed addition to Kohler. It’s going to be a special area to live in, raise families and enjoy all that the Village has to offer.”
The idyllic subdivision is set amongst woodlands, and true to the original intent of this planned community, a neighborhood park is designed to encourage gatherings and comradery. A variety of housing options with pre-approved plans are available, as well as the option to work with an independent architect and builder.
The Village was one of the first planned communities in the United States and is known for its historical roots and charming demeanor. It is home to 2,105 residents; the Kohler Public School system, which consistently scores amongst the highest-ranked education systems by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction; Kohler Co. headquarters and Destination Kohler – a five-star, five-diamond resort experience with the century-old American Club at its center.
Walter Kohler, Sr., president and CEO of Kohler Co. from 1905-1937, and Richard Philipp visited Europe to learn about garden communities and what constituted good living. When they returned, they met with the Olmsted Brothers and laid out a plan for the Village, which was to be a garden community at the factory gate because he believed workers, “deserved not only wages, but roses as well.”
A second 50-year plan was designed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Both design firms paid special attention to encouraging community involvement and enhancing the Village experience.
Visit TheClearings.com to learn more about layout, pricing and design guidelines for the subdivision.