enjoy a sense of community in the country
With over thirty-two acres of shared open space, and generous lot sizes ranging from 1.50-1.75 acres, Hidden Knoll offers the perfect blend of privacy and community. Owners can run, walk, and play on designated trails, host a gathering in a picnic area, or explore the natural beauty of our preserved prairie and wooded areas. Enjoy serene views and watch the leaves change in the fall from one of the benches along the trail.
located within a nationally awarded school district
While employing 14 national board-certified teachers, the Mukwonago school district has been nationally recognized for its high level of commitment to education. The district is among only 15% of schools nationwide to receive the “What Parents Want” award, and the town of Mukwonago was given the number two spot on the “safest cities in Wisconsin” designation. In 2016, the school was subject to a 50-million-dollar renovation, ensuring the facilities are as impressive as the staff!
far enough away yet close to everything
Nearby towns include Eagle, Mukwonago, North Prairie, East Troy, Genesee, Wales, Delafield, Waukesha and Whitewater. With countless restaurants, festivals, shopping, and entertainment so near, you will never run out of places to go, or things to do. Mukwonago’s famous Maxwell Street Days is just one of the many local events that will keep you and your family having fun on the weekends. Catch great performance art, music, and theatre just up the road in Whitewater, at the Young auditorium, or check out East Troy’s robust offering of events including music, fests, and other gatherings. Also, nearby, enjoy hundreds of miles of trails throughout the Kettle Moraine Forest, Southern Unit, a renowned outdoor destination. Head over to Delafield to shop it’s charming downtown art district or enjoy a day on the water on one of the many lakes. And don’t forget nearby Alpine Valley for big ticket concert events, golfing, and skiing.
expertly crafted to preserve a unique prairie knoll
The development has taken careful precautions to preserve the existing dry prairie features of the land. The protection of the prairie knoll will conserve and restore unique plant ecosystems as well as a variety of rare plant species. Climb to the top and see for miles! Enjoy the beautiful sights of the neighborhood’s very own natural resources and restoration areas!