Glen at Overlook Trails is a 50-condominium development
located off Highway K between the Mary Hill subdivision
and Winkleman Road, near Jungbluth Road.
HARTLAND — A subdivision
proposed by Neumann Developments known as The Glen at Overlook
Trails, which was approved at a Village Board meeting Monday night,
could generate $109,900 in tax revenue, estimates suggest.
The Jungbluth family, who sold the 40 acres to Neumann for the
development, had been trying to redevelop the land for 15 years,
said Jeff Pfannerstill, village president.
“Hartland continues to grow and move forward, and this development
will be a true part of that growth and expansion,” Pfannerstill
The Glen at Overlook Trails will include 50 condominiums located on
40 acres at N56-W28528 Highway K between the Mary Hill subdivision
and Winkleman Road, near Jungbluth Road. The condos will be priced
between $400,000 and $600,000.
The development was a point of contention for the neighboring Mary
Hill subdivision because some Village Board members were concerned
with how much traffic Overlook Trails would generate. This is why,
in part, the number of condos was decreased from 126 to 50.
“We are excited to be through the entitlement process and on to the
construction process,” Neumann said. “We hope to break ground in
Using $450,000 as a base price per unit, the assessed value of the
development when it’s completed is $22.5 million, which equates to
an increase in the assessed value of Hartland by 1.84 percent, said
Dave Cox, village administrator.
Based on the current mill rate of $3.69, the development would pay
about $82,900 in annual taxes to Hartland. Moreover, they would pay
about $27,000 in annual taxes for debt service based on a mill rate
of $1.20, Cox added. Total village taxes are estimated, at the low
end, to be $109,900 for the entire subdivision.
Overlook Trails has approximately .64 miles of road, which could
cost taxpayers approximately $31,000 to $58,000 in road maintenance
cost, which is a part of Hartland’s total road maintenance cost of
approximately $3.9 million.
However, the roads in the subdivision would not likely use every
penny in the estimate, as maintenance costs shift from road to road
throughout the village depending on their state.
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