FOR A HOUSE THAT IS JUST RIGHT

We Invite You to Village Roots – A Farmstead Neighborhood

 

 

Village Roots is the first of its kind in central Ohio. It offers the perfect combination of urban and rural living with an emphasis on energy efficiency. The use of high quality materials with unique but classic finishes ensures all homes are beautifully built to stand the test of time. Through interconnection of land use, walkability, sociability, commerce, healthy neighborhood design and local agriculture, Village Roots captures a genuine sense of place.

A new pocket neighborhood of ten unabashedly comfortable Not So Big homes with gardens, orchards, and common green space, accented by a 19th century rebuilt Mail Pouch barn, a greenhouse, and a giant spreading Sycamore tree.

Ten custom-built Craftsman style homes are designed and built for the way you want to live by Labocki Homes on the last remaining farmland in beautiful Granville village.

Walk or bike to Granville shopping and parks on the adjacent T.J. Evans Bike Path from the neighborhood’s unbeatable location on Old Sycamore Lane, a new public street.

Environmentally thoughtful and efficient homes. Features include roof-top solar panels, high efficiency heating and air conditioning, tankless water heaters, and high R value insulation, all carefully installed to meet robust efficiency standards.

 

“After almost 30 years in our historic home in downtown Columbus, it was time for a change. We wanted a place where we could comfortably age over the next decades but wasn’t the cookie cutter active adult communities. Village Roots was the only place that had it all – homes that are environmentally conscious and energy efficient; green space for gardening and a cool barn to support all those outdoor activities; a bike path right out the door; a walkable community with dining and shops; and Denison for academics and the arts. It seemed like a place to keep us young as we age!” – Heidi and Larry Drake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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