Only One Home Left! 12 North Street, Unit 2

Property features

  • Second-floor flat, located in the 12 North Street quadruplex

  • 2 bedrooms, 1 bath

  • 890 square feet of living space

  • Beautiful Vermont maple hardwood floors

  • All-new energy-efficient appliances, including gas range

  • Washer/dryer hookups

  • Super-insulated building envelope to retain inside temperatures

  • Efficient electric pump for heating, cooling and hot water

  • Greener living thanks to photo-voltaic solar panels installed throughout the community

  • Full southern exposure

  • Standing seam metal roof

  • Covered entryway and indoor stairwell

  • Views in all directions, with an abundance of windows facing the town green

  • Walking distance to everything - restaurants, schools, library, gym, grocery, skate park, ice cream stand!, pharmacy, churches, shopping, post office, hiking trails…

Community features enjoyed by all BVCH property owners

All owners of property at Bristol Village Cohousing are also part owners of our common property, which includes:

  • The Peake House, our historic 3800 square-foot common house, with its giant kitchen/dining area, guest rooms and activity spaces — consider it an extension of your own home

  • Expansive common green and patio for fun with neighbors, friends and family

  • Pottery workshop

  • Storage space for tools, bicycles and seasonal items

  • Two barns with loads of potential

  • Community garden beds

  • Dedicated parking areas

  • And much more!

Offered at $255,000

We are able to offer this unit either at this market price or as a permanently affordable home through the Addison County Community Trust.

What should I do next?

If you are considering purchasing this home and joining our award-winning community, please contact Jim (802-734-0798; or Mark (, 802-310-3608) to arrange for a site visit.

Ownership of property at Bristol Village Cohousing requires membership in the community. The first step in becoming a member is to fill out a membership application, which you can receive at your site visit. After you have completed the application, mail it to the BVCH Membership Committee c/o Jim Mendell, 2 Sprout Street, Bristol, VT 05443, or email it to

After we review your application, we will schedule a time for you to get acquainted with our community members, either at a community meal or member meeting. Assuming we are a good fit for each other, you can reserve your unit by sending a $750 membership deposit to Jim at the address above. Your check should be made out to Bristol Village Cohousing. You can then sign a purchase and sales agreement and make a down payment on your new home.