Charming New Listing At 229 Jacob Lane In Prescott

Dated: 07/20/2016

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Do you enjoy creative and cooperative ventures, sharing quality time and collaborating on tasks with neighbors of all ages, being aWelcome Home!ctively involved with your community governance? Does sustainable organic gardening, harvesting rainwater and walking on a primarily pedestrian walkway among your neighbors appeal to you? Then consider this 2004 home in Manzanita Village, a co-housing community nestled on the Prescott hillside with views of Thumb Butte, star filled skies, and craftsman style homes on smaller parcels where community is what’s important! For more info check out the website:

This cozy home is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath Craftsman charmer with fireplace, solar panels and it's own rainwater cistern.  At 1129 square feet it's perfect for a couple or small family.  Come find out what co-housing is all about!  Follow this link to see the page:Click to view listing(s),12,1

If you'd like more information please call Colleen Sorensen at 928-460-0036.

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Sarah Freeman

My husband and I instantly fell in love with the charming town of Prescott when we moved here with our daughter several years ago. There is an endless supply of outdoor activities – hiking, biking, ....

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