Lake Zurich can be getting a bit greater after the village board this week accredited a brand new 35-home subdivision known as Avery Ridge on the northeast facet of city.
The subdivision can be constructed on about 20 acres that was, till the board’s unanimous vote Monday evening, in unincorporated Lake County.
The land at 24168 North Midlothian Street is owned by James and Marie Raupp, who would proceed to stay in a farmhouse on the location, in accordance with village paperwork.
The prevailing driveway can be upgraded to a highway and prolonged into the property. That new highway, known as Avery Ridge Circle, has room for 31 new homes. The Raupps’ home can be considered one of 4 on a cul-de-sac to be constructed off the brand new highway.
Residents of the brand new subdivision will select between six types ranging in measurement from 2,484 to three,923 sq. toes, and three to 5 bedrooms. Every dwelling would have a two- or three-car storage.
The location will function three ponds and the northeast nook of the property close to Midlothian Street can be reshaped to look extra pure, in accordance with Greg Collins of the developer M/I Properties. The plan additionally requires about two extra acres of open area to be managed by a owners affiliation.
Sarosh Saher, Lake Zurich’s director of group growth, mentioned the village has not obtained any unfavorable suggestions on the plan.
“We had individuals typically name to ask questions on it however nothing that was unfavorable,” Saher mentioned. “It was extra with attempting to orient themselves with the place the brand new homes can be constructed.”
Sarosh mentioned the brand new subdivision’s stormwater plan can be an enhancement for his or her new neighbors to the south by diverting water that will have run onto their property elsewhere.