Living in an ecologically sound neighborhood has always been environmentally sensible. McKibbon-Robison has now made it financially logical.
The Gardens homesites that once would have commanded prices up to $175,000 are now as affordable as one-third that amount, and are made more so with a special financing option. Because The Gardens has no time limit for building on your purchased lot, it makes tremendous sense to buy before the demand for single family homes and lots increases, pushing prices upward.
Concerned that you might have to build a mansion? Don’t be. The Gardens’ restrictive covenants do not specify minimum square footage. The Homeowners Association Design Review Board, which will approve plans, prefers homes in the range of 2500 – 3000 square feet of heated space, and construction costs under $400,000 (2011 prices).
Take a look at the available lots and begin imagining how affordable life can be, eco-logically.