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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the timeline? When can I start building?

Our intention is to complete infrastructure summer of 2024—at which point buyers will be able to close on their lots and pull building permits. Although this is our goal, it is subject to change.

What are the lot prices?

Lot prices currently range from $200k – $370k. Request a price list.

How much does it cost to build a home?

Once you have an accepted offer to purchase, you will work with a builder to determine the cost of constructing your home based on your choices. See our process.

What do the homes look like? How can I get the floor plan?

Our Custom Lots (Lots 36 – 43) allow you to bring your own design and builder as long as you work within our Design Guidelines.


For our Designed Lots (Lots 4-22, 24-35, 44-51 which include Chicago Row Houses (3), Cottages (5), Nest Homes (12), London Mews (8), Shotguns (11) we are currently working on the schematic designs for each home. Contact us for descriptions of each housing type. Once you submit an Offer to Purchase on the Designed homes, we will provide the schematic designs to you within 30 days. See more details related to our process. See a rendering of one of our Chicago Row Houses as an example.

How do I secure the lot I want?

We have a limited number of each lot type/home type. If there is a lot you love, you can secure it with an Offer to Purchase, but closings will not take place until completion of infrastructure construction (estimated summer of 2024). Your Offer to Purchase will contain contingencies that will allow you time to work through the design process and construction cost estimates to ensure the lot is the right fit for you. We are now accepting Offers to Purchase. Contact us.

What is an ADU? And does my lot allow for one?

One of the joys of Belle Farm is that Single Family lots were zoned to allow for an ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit, sometimes called a granny flat or an apartment over a garage). All single family lots/home types in Phase 1, except Shotgun Homes, will allow the owner to design and construct an optional ADU. On most lots, this will take the form of an apartment space over the garage. These units provide opportunities for work from home scenarios, guest rooms or a separate living space for family or friends.

What are the setbacks of each lot?

Lot Condition Reports for each lot are now available (including setbacks, elevations, etc). Contact Us.

What is Belle Farm’s school district?

Belle Farm is in the Middleton-Cross Plains school district.
High School: Middleton
Middle School: Kromrey
Elementary School: Northside

Are there amenities planned for Phase 1?

Phase 1 planned amenities are: yoga studio, gym, fitness studio, lap pool, cabana, sauna, courtyard, lounge, library work space, meditation room and restaurant (these are designed to reside in a future building called The Rose) and a coffee shop (in a future building called Bluebird).


Although designed with immense care and planned for Phase 1, the timing of the above amenities depends on when The Rose and Bluebird are developed.

Can I review the Covenants?

See a draft of our Declaration of Covenants for Belle Farm. The covenants will be recorded prior to the start of public infrastructure construction.

Can I see the Final Plat?

See a draft of our Final Plat for Belle Farm. The Final Plat will be recorded prior to the start of public infrastructure construction.

Do you have a list of preferred builders?

We are currently working on a list of preferred builders and will be releasing that information soon.

What are your design and sustainability guidelines?

Is there an HOA? What are the fees?

There is a Homeowner’s Association. There is an initial HOA lot ownership transfer fee of $1,500 to be paid by the buyer at close. HOA fees will be approximately $250/month.


The ownership transfer fee applies to initial buyer and any subsequent buyer. This fee is subject to change by vote of the HOA members.


See a draft of the Belle Farm HOA Bylaws.


HOA Rules document coming soon.

How does yard maintenance work?

Per the Design Guidelines, front and side yards must be planted with deep-rooted native plants and flowers versus traditional grass lawns. Front and side yards will be maintained by the HOA. Backyards will be maintained by the homeowner, however owners can choose to hire HOA landscaping company to maintain backyards for a discounted price.

How will private streets/alleys be maintained?

Private streets/alleys (in Phase 1 this means Another Way, California Love Trail and Morning Poem Place) will be maintained by the HOA and included in the HOA budget.


For snow removal, HOA’s snow removal contractor will clear private streets/alleys/sidewalks and will be available for hire by residents for their personal driveways and walkways at discounted price.

Belle Farm Drone Shot
Chicago Row House #2 at Belle Farm
Chicago Row House #2 at Belle Farm

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