Pine Hill Farm is indeed a former “tree farm”, and the previous owner’s personal respite, which he cared for and developed for more than 35 years.
Bill Holley of Holley Development, also has a fondness for trees – which is what initially attracted him to the site. Through the planning and land development process, the focus has been on saving the tall timbers and on building distinct-looking homes featuring architectural styling and detail; each complementing the environment around it.
The lots and architecture at Pine Hill Farm offer many benefits, but the acres of trees add even more value
- Trees cool houses in the summer and warm houses in the winter by blocking wind
- Trees reduce erosion, air pollution and noise pollution
- Trees improve visual appeal
- Trees attract wildlife
- Trees provide privacy
Parks and Green Space
Pine Hill Farm has two outlots that have been designated for use as private open space to enjoy. And the adjacent development, Linden Park, has several city parks.
In Pine Hill Farm, home and lot packages start at about $250,000. The smallest home you can build is 960 square feet – so you can build as small and inexpensively as you want – or you can build a larger home. The home/lot values currently range from about $280,000-$600,000. Small and affordable (but nice) or large — your choice!
For those with school-age children, Pine Hill Farm has been assigned to the Madison School District.
A new elementary school just opened in the development adjacent to Pine Hill Farm.
Only Minutes From…
West Towne Mall – 5 minutes; Greenway Station Lifestyle Shopping Center- 7 minutes; Dane County Regional Airport – 30 minutes; Morey Airport – 10 minutes; Hawk’s Landing Golf Course – 5 minutes; University Ridge Golf Course – 5 minutes; Pleasant View Golf Course – 8 minutes.
Take Mineral Point Road west, turn south on South Point Road, left on Valley View Road, right on Tall Pines Way.