Buying a house at Cobb Hill
Buying a home involves joining the Cobb Hill Co-Housing community. Members own their homes plus a share in the commonly owned land, barns, and common house. The common house includes a large kitchen, dining room, den with stone fireplace, playroom, root cellar, library, large meeting room, guest rooms, laundry, recreation room, and a cheese aging room.
Features common to all homes include solar hot water, south-facing passive-solar orientation, green-building design, a central-heating system, high-speed gigabit fiber internet, hiking trails and groomed x-country ski trails right out the door, plus garden space.
Sales at Cobb Hill involve direct contact with the seller and a process with the community. For more information or to schedule a visit please email CHmembership@gmail.com or contact the owner directly.
Cobb Hill has an affordable housing fund for qualified buyers. Please email Don Seville for more information.
New Listing: 3 Bedroom House
Spacious duplex, 1,870 square foot, three-bedroom home located at Cobb Hill CoHousing. This house is comfortable, bright and sunny. Three bedrooms, 1 and 3/4 bathrooms, open kitchen and living area, dining area, and a finished basement. Cathedral ceiling in the master bedroom. Super efficient, well insulated home with radiant-heated floors. Green construction with 89.5/100 Energy Star rating. $340,000
If you have an interest in the house, please contact Greta Marchesi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To schedule a tour of Cobb Hill or to visit us on a work day, please contact Lorie Loeb at email@example.com.
Cobb Hill is a Co-Housing community in Hartland Four Corners. 23 households (around 40 adults and 20 kids) live in single family homes, duplexes, and the Common House apartments. Cobb Hill is home to Cedar Mountain Farm and CSA, Cobb Hill Cheese and Frozen Yogurt, Cobb Hill Icelandics, a shiitake mushroom CSA, a maple syrup enterprise, a group of beekeepers, a soap business, an active 4H club, and more. The three pillars of Cobb Hill are community, sustainability, and land/farm. Homes are sustainably built with solar hot water, south facing orientation, triple pane windows, composting toilets, electric car charging stations, and a super efficient central heating system.