Woodland Park Green House Homes-Finishing Details: November 22, 2012

The New Homes at Woodland Park.

Today is Thanksgiving, and I am grateful that I had a chance to tour one of the Green House Homes at Woodland Park in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Woodland Park is a part of Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community, and it’s almost finished!

I learned today that when people visit one of the beautiful homes, they will ring a doorbell, just like when a visitor arrives at any other house. Wireless access will enable residents to connect their own devices, but an iPad with Skype and FaceTime (and technical support) will be available to any resident who wants to make a video phone call to family members or friends.

Each Woodland Park home has ten bedrooms, a great room common area with a fireplace, a sunroom, and a media/television room. The kitchen is a work of art — with accessible appliances and counters that make it easy for people in wheel chairs to access.

Watch for more pictures and information about the grand opening. Woodland Park move-in day is fast approaching!

Check out the pictures below.

To learn more please read these posts about Woodland Park Green House Homes, a new community at Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community: VRMC Green House Homes, September 22, 2012 Update,  Woodland Park Green House Homes Update, August 26, 2012, Woodland Park Green House Homes: First Views Inside, June 11, 2012  Woodland Park Green Houses Have Roofs, June 3, 2012, Woodland Park Green House Walls are Rising – April 28, 2012, Green House Homes at Woodland Park (VMRC) Construction Update, April 8, 2012, VMRC Construction Update: On Foundations Firmly Laid – April 3, 2012, All About the VMRC Woodland Park Groundbreaking – January 5, 2012, Green Houses for Older EldersReplacing a Nursing Community with Green House® HomesNuts and Bolts of Green House PlanningBuilding a Green House Home – The InsideTo learn even more about Green House® Homes go to the web site and request the DVD and/or guide-book. To locate a community that features the Green House Project model, check out this handy map.

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