Re: House for sale, Eno Commons (Durham, NC)
From: Ann Zabaldo (
Date: Fri, 9 Feb 2007 07:16:16 -0800 (PST)
Don Tucker w/ Eco Housing Corporation will be building in the Asheville area. He is cc'd above.

BTW -- where are you moving from and what is your time frame? Can you be more specific that "a few years?"

Best --

Ann Zabaldo
Takoma Village Cohousing
Washington, DC

On Feb 8, 2007, at 12:07 PM, doreen clark wrote:


Do you or anyone else know of a developer-driven community being planned in the North Carolina Area? Can you suggest any names of developers in NC? My family is considering a co-housing community in NC as we retire within the next few years?

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Robert Heinich<mailto:robert [at]>
  To: Cohousing-L<mailto:cohousing-l [at]>
  Cc: DCS DCS<mailto:threeindigocreek [at]>
  Sent: Tuesday, February 06, 2007 9:56 PM
  Subject: [C-L]_ House for sale, Eno Commons (Durham, NC)

  Hi all-

Here's your big chance! We have a home for sale at Eno Commons in Durham, North Carolina and the owner asked me to share the news. Their flyer text is below and, on our web site, you can see a picture of the house and look at the floor plan (House A). If you are interested in this house, please contact Christine at 919-259-6245, threeindigocreek [at]<mailto:threeindigocreek [at]> :--- bedrooms, two baths, bungalow style A house with open floor plan part of a 22 home, 11.2 acre intentional community development. Corner lot convenient to parking. House price includes house, lot and 1/22 ownership of common lands and structures, including the Commons House. Great neighbors and great neighborhood activities.

  Home features include:

    a.. 1478 square feet of living space
    b.. Maple Cabinetry in kitchen and baths
    c.. Luxurious Master Suite and Bath, with walk in closet
    d.. Ceiling Fans with lighting in all bedrooms
    e.. Plantation shutters in lower floor bedrooms
    f.. Passive Solar Home with Geothermal Heating System
g.. Hardiplank siding with 50-year warranty and cellulose insulation
    h.. Metal Roofing designed to last the life of the house
i.. Custom built-in cabinetry, including built-in bookcase, and extra pantry space
    j.. Shed
    k.. Beautifully hardscaped yard
l.. Terminix Sentricon (tm) environmentally friendly termite control m.. Excellent schools include: Easley Elementary/ Carrington Middle School/ Riverside High School This house is convenient to Duke University, Research Triangle Park, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and is less than 10 miles from downtown Durham. This community combines both the need for individual privacy and community living. Eno Commons offers a park-like neighborhood perfect for walking, with organic community vegetable gardens, a field for sports, and a woodland creek leading to the Eno River the entrance to which is easy walking distance from the community and offers a beautiful natural setting for hiking and swimming. The community offers shared meals in the Commons House about six times a month as an important part of our community.

Perfect setting to raise children in a safe and nurturing community and to enjoy the sense of an extended family within a neighborhood committed to collaborative decision-making and cooperative living.

$204,900. Call Christine at 919-259-6245, threeindigocreek [at]<mailto:threeindigocreek [at]>

  -Robert Heinich
   Eno Commons Cohousing Neighborhood
   Durham, NC where Secret Pal week starts this Sunday
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