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Home & Building Lots in Stowe Farm Cohousing, Western Mass.

by Nancy
Land + Real Estate
1 Home for Sale and Last 3 Building Lots
In Western Mass Cohousing Community
Stowe Farm, a rural cohousing Community in western Massachusetts, has 8 households now and 11 when complete. We share tools, equipment, land, and connections with each other. We aspire to our New England traditional roots of sharing, cooperation and collaboration. We think it’s the best environment to raise our children.Currently there is a 3-bedroom house and 3 building lots available. Please contact Nancy at [email protected] for more information or visit 
The house was built in 2010 and, like the other houses in the Stowe Farm Community, it is energy-efficient, is sunny and warmed by the sun from being south-facing. The house uses geothermal and radiant heat, has white oak and cork flooring, and a back-up Generac generator.The first floor of the house has an open floor plan that includes a living room and dining area with glass doors to both a deck and a screened-in porch, all overlooking North River Valley. The open floor plan continues to the kitchen with a center island, white cabinetry, farm sink, decorative concrete counter tops and pantry off to the side. The main level offers single-floor living, with a master bedroom, full bath and accessible shower. The lower level has another master bedroom with full bath that also includes an enclosed shower. The third bedroom can be used as an office and has a private deck.It would be impossible to build a comparable house at the asking price. More information about the house can be found LOTS FOR SALE
Lots here are just under one-acre, clustered in a village setting. The lots are located on a south facing slope, all with spectacular views down the valley. We have preserved over 80 acres in conservation which is owned in common by all members of the community. Our land includes beautiful fields, wooded hills with rivers and streams, and arable land.

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