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Rocky Corner Cohousing Info Session & Site Tour

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Rocky Corner Cohousing Info Session & Site Tour

Time: February 2, 2020 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: Rocky Corner Cohousing
Street: 58 Old Amity Rd.
City/Town: Bethany
Website or Map: http://rockycorner.org
Phone: 203-903-COHO (2646)
Event Type: info, session, &amp, site, tour, of, ct's, only, cohousing
Organized By: Marie Pulito
Latest Activity: Jan 29, 2020

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Rocky Corner, a neighborhood with a farm, is being built now in Bethany just 15 minutes from New Haven. At this event, future residents of Rocky Corner will explain the concept of cohousing and the vision for Rocky Corner. After the info session, we will provide a walking tour of our energy efficient homes, the shared common house and land. We value conservation and community. There is no other neighborhood in CT like Rocky Corner. Last homes for sale now.

RSVP: (203) 903-COHO (-2646) for more details.

 

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