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December 21, 2022

Last home in custom-built Cheshire subdivision sells

Contributed A sketch of the McKinley Estates subdivision layout.
Contributed A home that is part of the McKinley Estates subdivision in Cheshire.

The last lot has been sold in a new Cheshire subdivision of custom-built homes known as McKinley Estates.

The development, on Balsam Place, was named after the former McKinley farm that grew Christmas trees, also known as balsam firs. 

The homes in McKinley Estates were built by Pinnacle Land Development, a group of custom builders who work primarily in Cheshire. 

The group has other building projects underway, including Pheasant Run and Monarch Estates in Cheshire. 

The McKinley subdivision has 13 single-family homes on lots ranging from 1 to 13 acres, bordering open space. 

Pinnacle sells the land and the home, which buyers can custom design. Homes in McKinley range from $700,000 to $800,000. 

Buyers just closed on the last home last week, Pinnacle builders said.

The properties, on a cul-de-sac with sidewalks off Marion Road, tout views of Meriden Mountain, with quick access to interstates 84 and 691. 

The subdivision was built with access to city water and septic, has underground utilities and a 500-gallon underground propane tank.

The town Planning and Zoning Commission at its last meeting recommended that the Town Council accept Balsam Place as a new town road.

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