Sunday, June 28, 2020
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Ravens' Roost Cohousing
Come see the last available home at Ravens’ Roost! It’s a sunny, south-facing, 1355 sq. ft. 3BR, 1.75 BA townhome with open space out the side windows (it’s an end unit), a lightly-wooded area behind the private backyard, and a park-like green out front. It’s close to the common house and parking. With no stairs to the front door, a large shower in the downstairs bath, and plenty of room on the first floor, this unit makes aging in place possible. Of course it would also be great for a family!
We have COVID-19 protocols in place to ensure your safety and that of others: We will be wearing masks and maintaining social distance, and ask that you to do the same. The home will have all windows open, and only one party (maximum two people [adults only]) will tour the home at at time, by themselves, not touching anything. We will remain outdoors. No one at Ravens’ Roost is aware of having COVID-19 now or in the past, or having been exposed to anyone who has.
We can tour you around the outdoors of the rest of the property: our gardens; our south-facing patio and kids’ play area; our pedestrian, park-like green; and our garages. We may be able to let you peek into our common dining area / kitchen (unused during the pandemic) from the threshold of an outside door. We cannot tour you through indoor common areas due to COVID-19, so please see the photos on the rest of this website and on our Facebook page. We can provide more photos as well.
Asking price for the townhome is $449,000. For that you get an entire neighborhood on 6.2 acres, plus access to an additional 2.2 acres, and indoor common spaces including a living room, kids’ play room, 2 guest rooms, wood shop with tools and equipment, craft/fitness area, and an optional laundry room (all homes have plug-ins for washer/dryer).
One big advantage of cohousing is the level of support and safe socializing during the pandemic. If anyone comes down with the virus, neighbors have agreed to set food and other needed items outside the patient’s door. Outdoors, with masks and physical distancing, we enjoy a lot of socializing because we all know each other. Aside from daily chatting, we’ve had socially-distanced take-out dinners on our patio, have worked in our gardens at safe distances that still allow for conversation, and have even had outdoor distanced dance parties!