Are you seeking a home that gives you and your child the open space and resources homeschooling families cherish?
Our Common House features a library, children’s play room, large kitchen, dining room, television room, study room and even two guest rooms for your visiting friends and family.The highlights of our adjacent neighborhood include a massive Eucalyptus grove, a bike path that leads to the beach and a pesticide-free farm. We’re a 5-minute drive to the beach and the gorgeous Oceano dunes, we’re just 20 minutes from California Polytechnic University and San Luis Obispo, and we’re half-way between Los Angeles and San Francisco.Speaking of cities… thinking of getting away from one? The Central Coast offers a break from soaring real estate prices, impossible traffic and questionable air quality. Come to our oasis and see for yourself. Your children will love the sense of freedom and connection with nature here!While life in cohousing carries many responsibilities and, like homeschooling, is a lifestyle choice, the benefits of living here are tremendous. Generations of homeschoolers have enjoyed the space here with their families, and we invite you to come tour our home to see if it’s the right fit for you!Feel free to contact us anytime (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information about how Tierra Nueva cohousing and homeschooling are a great match.
|Tierra Nueva cohousing is a special community where people of different ages own or rent their own private homes – but they share common resources, including a workshop, garden, yoga studio, and an entire Common House.We understand the interests of homeschoolers since we’ve had many children schooled – and unschooled – at home here over the years. Our children have the outdoor safety families seek (cars park on the exterior and our informal Neighborhood Watch is always in effect) and they have the privacy and quiet we all need.
There are 27 homes on the community’s 5 acres of land, including common outdoor areas with a trampoline, play structure and grassy fields. The community is built on an avocado orchard. Guacamole anyone?
Here’s more about how Tierra Nueva is such a great fit for homeschoolers: