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Lance, Both Buyer and Seller in Racine, WI

How much would 1.5 acres of vacant land on a golf course cost in wisconsin?

Asked by Lance, Racine, WI Thu Feb 28, 2008

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I am familiar with westerm WI. In St. Croix county (Hudson area) there are quite a few lots of the size you want . They range in price from $53,000 to $600,000 on or adjacent to golf courses. Many of these are builder-owned, or are tied into an association. I would be happy to narrow the list if you are interested in this area. There are also lots in Pierce and Barron counties (south and north of St Croix) that claim to be "close" to golf - not necessarily ON golf courses.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Apr 27, 2008
Have you ever checked out http://www.timbershores.net There you have the choice of 2 acre lots, some on the water; some not, and only less than a 1/2 mile from a golf course. Any other questions, just let me know
Web Reference: http://www.timbershores.net
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Apr 27, 2008
A lot more than it will cost in 2010.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 14, 2008
Lance from Racine,
FYI there is a golf course neighborhood just south of you in Kenosha. Home sites are in the $74900+/- range. They are located from I-94 to Hwy 50 exit, west to Hwy MB, north to 73rd St. in the Strawberry Creek Development.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Mar 14, 2008

In Northern Wisconsin, Minocqua area, you might expect to pay from $29,000 to $79,000 depending upon the location at the golf course. Fairway lots will be on the high end of the spectrum, and will be harder to come by. Wooded lots without a view, but still within the community will be easier to find and at a lower cost.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 28, 2008

The question first would be what golf course/area? Prices can vary quite drastically based upon what type of course you want to be on and if you are restricted by geographics. In most situations I would tend to believe unless it is a new course that is being built a 1.5 acre lot is going to be hard to come by especially in a sub-urban setting.
Web Reference: http://www.duanemurphy.com
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