Re: Rocky Corner (formerly Green Haven) Cohousing coming soon!
From: Sharon Villines (
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 2014 06:51:43 -0700 (PDT)
I will be going through this area on Friday Oct 24 and would like to talk to 
someone and see the land if possible. If there is a diner or something in 
Bethany, that might be a good place to meet.


On Oct 16, 2014, at 12:52 PM, Rich Wilber <richwilber [at]> wrote:

> Rocky Corner, soon to be the first cohousing community in Connecticut, has 
> received zoning approval from the town of Bethany, and has secured funding 
> enabling us to close on the land purchase. We are now in the process of 
> finalizing designs, creating the construction documents and shopping for a 
> construction loan. Formerly Green Haven, we changed our name to Rocky Corner 
> to recognize the historical significance of the location. It was also the 
> name of the former dairy farm that was operated for many years on this land. 
> We plan on having an organic farm as an important component of our cohousing 
> project.
> Rocky Corner will have 30 homes and a large common house clustered in the 
> center of 33 acres, leaving the rest of the land for farming and open space. 
> The homes will be passive solar, energy efficient, and arranged around a 
> pedestrian center, with parking relegated to the outer road. We are expecting 
> to break ground in the spring of 2015 and are actively seeking members who 
> wish to be part of a multi-generational diverse community.
> Please visit our website at
> Rich Wilber
> Member of Rocky Corner
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