While the Commons is a wonderful place to live, we do occasionally have a turnover of homes as people move through life’s changes. If you wish, you can leave your contact information here and we will keep it in the event that a home becomes available, and then the owner can contact you regarding a possible sale or rent.
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Learn more about living at The Commons: So You Want to Live at The Commons? (PDF), Engaged Living at The Commons on the Alameda (PDF)
Two-Bedroom Home for Sale, Available This Summer
Amazing opportunity for parents and elders alike. Do you and your children want to live in a safe and beautiful place? Where kids can run around all day, play near the river or jump on a trampoline, interact with elders and those younger? Or do you simply want to be surrounded by others in a supportive, active community?
I have a wonderful large two-bedroom (plus!) home in the Commons on Alameda for sale for $485,000. In this amazing community you can share two nourishing, organic meals a week, make friends and socialize with engaged Santa Feans of all ages, contribute to community work (8 hours monthly) and participate in one of Santa Fe’s most enduring and effective co-housing projects. On-site workout room, equipped kitchen, library and community room available for use, plus green, lush community spaces that are rare in Santa Fe. Quick access to the bike path for rides into town plus extra bikes for your use. Come live in a community that values sustainability and shared resources. Options for community garden and chicken coop. With no pesticides or other toxins allowed on site. It’s the way of the future and a gift to your children — and a beautiful home is available to try out right now.
This home was designed by famed architect Paula Baker and has towering, beautiful ceilings, two official bedrooms, three bathrooms, plus an enclosed deck with heat, which serves as an office, bedroom space or greenhouse. Light fills a huge living space with rounded windows, carpeted floors and fireplace. Radiant floor heat and gas stove. Solar panels so electricity bills are zero. Brand new fridge, stove and boiler. Roof one year old. Enclosed front and back yards for a dog with a back yard water fountain. Upstairs bedroom has a (new) deck with views over the Santa Fe river. Bright and sunny. Carport and separate entrance for the downstairs bedroom. Washer/dryer onsite.
Available this summer. Please send any inquiries to Zpollon@gmail.com.
Furnished One-Bedroom Casita for Rent: 400-Square-Feet, $1,250. Available July 2.
Lovely quiet casita available. Clean, private 1 bedroom casita is adorable, accommodating and cozy. Rent is $1250.00/month plus utilities. Utilities range from approx. $70.00 to $125.00 (winter), depending on your usage. One year lease or longer. $1250.00 deposit. Available July 2. Space is pet free, smoke free and perfume free.
Comes fully furnished – less is possible, please ask. Full bath with tub, Mexican decorative sink, and lots of storage space. It has radiant heat, saltillo tile floors, 4 burner stove with oven, decent sized fridge (9.5 cubic feet), and is filled with art and great natural light. Sunset in the kitchen! There is a private courtyard garden shared with the main house. Off street parking in our lot. Laundry facilities on site. Spacious, beautifully landscaped community grounds include orchard and bike shed.
The Commons is a pleasant peaceful setting in which to socialize, work, dine with your neighbors. This is community living for those who value their privacy. There are many benefits to this lifestyle, from sharing meals to co-creating at work and play. It can take as little as a few seconds to locate a neighbor with a cup of (organic) sugar, or snowshoes to borrow through our email group. Chances to interact abound in our small gym, library, well appointed kitchen, trampoline, ping pong, open mic nights, art events, dances, yoga classes and more.
Our close-knit community’s lush setting provides a central plaza with fountain, cars are kept on the perimeter and we use carts to bring in our groceries. Sign up to share organic meals twice a week – or be part of the team providing one, attend any of the frequent parties, group work days, meetings, dances.
We have policies of no fragrance in our Common House, and no pesticide use on the property and a goal of zero waste. Community work hours are required, 6 per month per resident. There are chickens, if you want to join the coop co-op. We are just steps away from the riverside bike trail to town, Frenchy’s park, public transportation.