Property At-A-Glance

  • STARTING PRICE: $39,900 after discount
  • LOTS: 80
  • LOT SIZE: 1-3 acres
  • MINIMUM SIZE:  1,500 SF
  • Community pool and center
  • Private well and septic
  • Creekfront with water access to Chincoteague Bay and Atlantic Ocean
  • Beautiful wooded and meadow lots
  • Exceptional freshwater fising on-site
  • Architectural Review Board/Protective Covenants
  • 2015 HOA Fees: $715

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Greystones of Cedarburg Near Ozaukee County, Wisconsin
An Ideal Blend of High Wealth, Low Poverty and Natural Charm

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Ozaukee County is a county in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. As of 2000, the population was 86,697. Its county seat is Port Washington. As of the 2000 Census, Ozaukee County had the second-lowest poverty rate of any county in the United States, at 2.6%. In terms of per capita income, Ozaukee County is the 20th richest county in the United States according to 1998 Census estimates.

Ozaukee County is the smallest land area County in the State of Wisconsin, covering 235 square miles of land area. Located on 25 miles of the western shores of Lake Michigan, the County encompasses approximately 900 square miles of Lake Michigan waters.

Early settlers formed trails through Ozaukee County, which became major transportation routes to other areas of the State. Two Indian trails met in an area that grew to become the Village of Saukville. The old Green Bay Road served as the primary pathway between Milwaukee and Green Bay. Numerous small communities grew along the original trail to support the travelers, including the unincorporated area known as Hamilton in the Town of Cedarburg. Rich deposits of limestone and excellent fishing led to early development of quarries and harbors. Harrington Beach State Park occupies the site of one of the original limestone quarries in the County. Stone removed from the quarry was shipped from a dock on the shore of Lake Michigan. Limestone deposits spawned another quarry and tall lime kilns in what became Lime Kiln Park in the Village of Grafton.

Steep bluffs along most of the County's coastline hindered access to the Lake waters. The low laying topography of portions of Port Washington and Belgium led to the development of a harbor and permitted the fishing industry to flourish. The quarry dock in Belgium no longer exists; however, the harbor in Port Washington recently underwent significant improvements. The harbor supports commercial and sport fishing activities but tourism now provides a substantial income to local businesses in Port Washington.

Fertile ground, moderate temperatures and numerous small creeks and streams prompted development of agriculture and dairy farming. Octagonal and stone barns were common place throughout the County, several of which remain standing today as evidence of this rich heritage. The larger, modem farm buildings presently in use dwarf these smaller buildings.

While some small lakes exist within the County, the most significant water features are Lake Michigan, the Milwaukee River, Cedar Creek, Pigeon Creek and their related watersheds. The last covered bridge in Wisconsin is found in the Town of Cedarburg over Cedar Creek. It remains carefully preserved as further evidence of the heritage of the area.

Greystones: An MLG Community

If you enjoy big city conveniences, but also love a quiet, country lifestyle, consider Greystones. Located in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, just 20 minutes north of Milwaukee, Greystones offers spacious 1-acre plus home sites - many fringed with trees and foliage. This residential subdivision is dotted with expansive green spaces and three large ponds, enhancing the hometown, country atmosphere and adding to the picturesque feel. It's country living, just 10 minutes from downtown Cedarburg.

At Greystones you can journey back in time to Cedar Creek Settlement, housed in the restored 1864 Wittenberg Woolen Mill. Experience the historic craftsmanship of the limestone and cream city brick buildings while enjoying the 25 shops, artist's studios and antique and specialty stores inside. Tour the Cedar Creek Winery, and sample some of Wisconsin's own vintages. Relax at one of the charming restaurants, or rejuvenate at the Cedarburg Coffee Company, featuring coffees roasted while you watch at their Cedarburg Coffee Roastery.

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Welcome to Greystones

If you enjoy big city conveniences, but also love a quiet, country lifestyle, consider Greystones. Located in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, just 20 minutes north of Milwaukee, Greystones offers spacious 1-acre plus home sites - many fringed with trees and foliage. This residential subdivision is dotted with expansive green spaces and three large ponds, enhancing the hometown, country atmosphere and adding to the picturesque feel. It's country living, just 10 minutes from downtown Cedarburg.

At Greystones you can journey back in time to Cedar Creek Settlement, housed in the restored 1864 Wittenberg Woolen Mill. Experience the historic craftsmanship of the limestone and cream city brick buildings while enjoying the 25 shops, artist's studios and antique and specialty stores inside. Tour the Cedar Creek Winery, and sample some of Wisconsin's own vintages. Relax at one of the charming restaurants, or rejuvenate at the Cedarburg Coffee Company, featuring coffees roasted while you watch at their Cedarburg Coffee Roastery.

Greystones Features

Greystones is a 35-lot residential community located in the historic and charming Town of Cedarburg. Make your home among the subdivision’s 70 acres of green open space. Home sites at Greystones range in size from 1 to 2 acres and many lots are adjacent to shimmering blue ponds or lush woodlands. Numerous lots also have full rear exposures with large open yards. Architectural review and protective covenants create a sense of cohesiveness among the homes at Greystones and make this community a beautiful place to live. In addition to the spectacular scenery, a 20-acre town park and bike trail also make Greystones an ideal location for recreation and relaxation.

Greystones Location

Greystones is located at the corner of Western Ave. and Granville Road in the Town of Cedarburg. The subdivision provides easy access to I-43 and Hwy. 45.

The Town of Cedarburg is known for its rural charm and high quality of life. Residents enjoy the town's variety of specialty cafes and restaurants, antique shops and galleries. Cedarburg is also home to several popular year-round festivals including the Winter Festival, Strawberry Festival and the Wine & Harvest Festival.


Ozaukee County Homes, Properties and Special Feature Real Estate

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If you’re already picturing yourself owning prestigious Ozaukee County, Wisconsin real property, you’re not alone. With MLG Communities properties, you'll find Ozaukee County area homes or lots that are suited to your unique needs and desires. Keep in mind that, as you would expect, Ozaukee County real estate is highly valued and available homes and properties go fast.

So, if you’re like many eager home buyers, you can easily understand why the prestige, security, pleasant surroundings and both present and future value of one-of-a-kind residential gated communities make MLG Communities properties especially attractive - and extremely competitive. In short, such real estate gems are likely to be available in the kind of setting and situation that could make you and your family comfortable, cozy and contented for a long time.

Whether your interest is a new family home, recreational land, construction lots, a second home, luxury homes/estates, pristine gated communities or other special-feature properties, you'll find Ozaukee County, Wisconsin area real estate opportunities offered by MLG Communities the right fit, right now. Check out our model homes to see for yourself!

More About MLG Communities

MLG Communities has the expertise to guide you through the home purchasing process painlessly and profitably. We are proud and protective of our earned reputation for knowledgeable advice, enthusiastic service, creative marketing and professional networking. That’s why MLG Communities offers only the finest properties in the most attractive settings so you can feel at ease that your search will produce the right kind of solution for you.

Previous MLG Communities customers would tell you that we provide all of the specialized services you deserve: a strong work ethic, personal real estate expertise to help define your needs, help with selecting and securing standard financing for your purchase, special technology, constant communication throughout the transaction, and more. Our many years of experience in real estate, means we can provide guidance in all aspects of your search, no matter where it may lead - from existing homes for sale, properties for sale, lots, vacant land, new construction, 55-plus, gated and retirement communities, investment properties, Milwaukee North Shore waterfront, golf and recreational properties, golf course lots - all the way to luxury villas, estates and executive homes.

Recognized expertise, professionalism and commitment to customer satisfaction have made MLG Communities the choice of many previous home buyers. That’s because, as a real estate industry leader in the Ozaukee County community, we take seriously our opportunity – and obligation – to educate our home-buying clients about the area and to help them conduct their search in complete confidence.

We understand that home buyers can find any real estate firm to handle their business. We think you’ll like the courtesy, professionalism, attention to detail and real estate savvy for which we’re known. Let MLG Communities help you discover your dream home in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin! Contact MLG Communities today!


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