Units for Sale or Rent
For Short-Term Rental: 2-Bedroom Townhouse
Under Contract: Unit 8, 2-Bedroom Flat
Bright, sunny, second floor unit in main Cohousing building. Two bedrooms, one large bathroom, huge great room with many south-facing windows. Ceiling fans, baseboard heat, and heat pump A/C. Listing price $315,000. Contact the seller for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Under Contract: Unit 30, 2-Floor, 3-Bedroom Townhouse
3-bedroom, 2 full bath, 2-story duplex with a full basement. Features include: wood and cork flooring, 5 ceiling fans, 16 solar panels, front and back entrances with upgraded stone patios, master bedroom, mud room, balcony, fruit trees, a covered parking spot.
See more information and photos at: https://www.cohousing.
Contact the seller for more details at Suezqinfla@aol.com
Notification List: When there are new listings, we send the news to all potential buyers or renters on our Notification List. If you’d like to learn when other units become available for rent or sale, please join our list by completing the form that’s at the bottom of this page.
Financial Assistance: If you can’t quite afford to buy a house —- please note that we have several units that can only by purchased after being qualified by the Champlain Housing Trust (CHT). A buyer who can show enough financial resources to pay a low interest mortgage, but not enough to buy a standard “market-rate” house is given a grant to offset a portion of the down payment. To learn more, please go to CHT’s website and navigate through their links about buying a home:
If you are at average or just below average income, our advice is to to go directly (ASAP) to CHT’s website and go through their process to discover if you qualify to buy a home with their assistance. It is possible that another unit here will go on the market and you, having been qualified in advance by CHT, would be in a position to purchase it.
All homes rented or purchased, at whatever sale price, are part of our self-governed co-housing community. All owners (and renters too, often) share in the many benefits as well as the responsibilities that help this community thrive.