Re: Short Sale Cohousing Bargain Available - Shared Home may be possible
From: Ann Zabaldo (
Date: Thu, 21 May 2015 07:13:08 -0700 (PDT)
This went to my spam folder!!!  I will post to the Meet Up.  Bet you get some 
calls!  Who should interested people contact???

On May 19, 2015, at 12:34 AM, Thomas Lofft <tlofft [at]> wrote:

> Greetings to creative cohousers & all Cohousing Wannabes; 
> May I present you with a quandary seeking an optimal solution?
> At Liberty Village, MD
> we had owners who have moved cross country and are abandoning their home to 
> the lender.
> 9152 Liberty Village Way, Union Bridge, MD 21791
> The lender is currently offering the property for $250,000 as a short sale. 
> It was buillt in 2000, purchased by the latest owners in July 2006 for 
> $325,000. The home is listed with Long & Foster through Margo Miller who has 
> also listed our 10 vacant lots for new homebuilder/buyers. Margo will gladly 
> become your real estate friend if you contact her at 301-524-0999 or 
> margomiller [at]
> This dwelling is generally 1,755 square feet on 2 floors, designed for 1st 
> floor full accessibility, with 2 full spacious master suites with H/C baths 
> on the main floor, immediately adjacent parking, ramp entry, front and rear 
> decks/open porches and accessible baths and kitchen.  It also has a beautiful 
> oak spindle staircase walkup to a 2nd floor of 2 quite large bedrooms 
> (10'x24' & 12'x13') and a nice center bath, plus a large, full, insulated, 
> unfinished basement of about 900 square feet with laundry and external walkup 
> exit, as well as whole house geothermal HVAC.
> I have conceptualized that this is an excellent set up for multiple persons 
> to occupy as a shared household. Three adults could occupy, each with a 
> private suite and bath. Ownership could be by all three residents as co-owner 
> partners, regardless of equity equality or inequality; or by an Investor, or 
> Investor-partnership, or by one or more resident partners and rentals to 
> another one or two. 
> Perchance, do you know of any cohousing burning souls interested in the 
> possibility of living in the DC/Baltimore/Frederick, MD Metro area market who 
> are yearning to be part of a shared household in a cohousing community like 
> Liberty Village? 
> Unfortunately, one of the things I can't do is move it to your favorite 
> bucket list location, but your challenge, should you accept it, is to grab 
> your life and seize this opportunity and merge them into a life of very 
> satisfying community living. 
> Best wishes for more community, see you in Durham.
> Tom Lofft
> Liberty Village, MD
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Best --

Ann Zabaldo
Takoma Village Cohousing
Washington, DC
Principal, Cohousing Collaborative, LLC
Falls Church, VA

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