A short description of cohousing: People living together in neighborhoods designed for community interaction and personal privacy. A few quotes from folks living in cohousing: “…both momentous and ordinary.” “…fun, cooperative, friendly, challenging, supportive, thrifty, sometimes annoying, but I love it!” “…after parenting, the single greatest personal growth opportunity.” These quotes are from CohoUS (The… [Read More]
Cohousing communities come in every shape and size. Stowe Farm is rural, family-friendly community with single family homes that are clustered on 10 acres. The community shares the remaining 90 acres. We will complete our 11 home capacity when the last 3 homes are built. Privacy and supportive neighbors benefit both children and adults in… [Read More]
Come (Directions) to our October 12 Open House to see the breathtaking south facing views at Stowe Farm. Having good caring neighbors is a great way to raise kids – and adults! For more information about the house or building lots, contact Nancy. If you leave your number, one of us will call you back.
Emma and Lucy are checking out the tree house construction and making sure water can be pulled up. It has since been built by Peter and Ed for the community and well used as many adventures have taken place there. The next of many Stowe Farm projects will be to put the rails on the… [Read More]
This is the view from the tiny loft in Lynn’s tiny house/studio. This special window was found in the barn where she used to live in Whately, in a 1772 farmhouse.