We've just reduced the price on our latest build in our Net Zero loop. The home at 1884 John Muir Circle is a beautiful, sunny, 4 BR, 2 1/2 BA 'smart' home with an attached garage now for $375,000.
It is a LEED platinum home situated across the street from green space along Pringle Creek that includes our blueberry patch, with a lovely view of the community center area.
This attractive, lowered price has stimulated a LOT of interest in the house. At this price, it won't last long! Drop into Painters Hall and ask for a private showing.
Buying or building a home at Pringle Creek Community is very straight forward. We have a variety of lots that are build-ready for a variety of home types and sizes varying from small homes of 900 square feet all they way up to multi-family housing. Once you find a lot that you like, simply make us an offer!
As for building your dream home, we have a number of preferred builders and housing designs that you can review and select from. You can also choose to work with a builder of your own, all that is required is that the builder ...
Mother Earth News Fair in Albany this weekend, ensuring that your family is prepared in an emergency, yoga, salsa, movie night, a presentation by Oregon Tilth and more! Check out our monthly newsletter and read all about it!
Our wonderful, dedicated gardening volunteer, John Johnson, has built a demonstration organic gardening system in our outdoor community garden. John, one of our Urban Farming students, is a very experienced and published gardener. He's studied gardening for 50+ years in numerous states and growing zones. He's also published a book and has a website called The Tuxedo Gardener. We're very fortunate to have been discovered by John. He was instrumental in helping install our new sprinkler system in the glasshouses and now he's also built a raised bed gardening system demonstration project. Here's a picture of what we expect ...
Here at Pringle Creek Community, we're all about living energy efficiently, sustainable, and Green. Our community has many options for people who share our passion for living harmoniously with the environment. Surprisingly, (or not) the best, most effective strategy to living green is to live using a smaller footprint by living in a small home. Living in a small home is one of the many possibilities at Pringle Creek Community.
Transitional Exterior by Wayzata Architects & Building Designers Eskuche Design
The interest in down-sizing and living with less is definitely sweeping the country. People of all ages see the benefit of ...