Jack Nicklaus envisioned the natural beauty of the land molded into a unique environmentally friendly community
that met Planned Urban Development requirements and restrictions. The Muirfield concept combines good design with
respect for the natural environment and emphasis on human qualities. The need for privacy for each family,
the desirability of walking and bicycling throughout the community, and the blending of all buildings into
the landscape, are all elements of the Muirfield concept. Consistent design and logical relationships of buildings
are of primary importance.
Nearly 2,400 families (more than 8,000 persons) call Muirfield home. Only about eleven undeveloped lots
currently remain in the Village. Building and construction are, therefore, at a minimum, leaving the residents
with a feeling of a quiet, completed neighborhood to call home. A winding complex of tree-lined streets, many
of which branch off into serene cul-de-sacs and courts, interconnects a combination of condominiums,
patio homes, and single-family homes. In the spirit of Jack Nicklaus' dream, the names of all the streets,
as well as the community itself, are taken from a Scottish golf course area, i.e.,
Loch Leven Ct., Glenalmond Ct., The Mews, Muirloch Dr., etc.
With two golf courses located within Muirfield - The Muirfield Village Golf Club and The Country Club
at Muirfield Village - many neighborhoods offer golf course views. Residents enjoy a variety of wooded lots,
rolling terrain, walkout basements, single-floor plans, large estates, and exclusive custom-built homes.
There is something for everyone in Muirfield Village.
Through it all, Muirfield has retained the sense of country while still being conveniently located
near a suburban environment. City amenities and services, and some of the finest schools in the area,
are only a short drive away.