Nollers hold groundbreaking

Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Steve and Virginia Noller will be living their dream of simplifying their lives and downsizing, with the purchase of a double lot at Mountain View Estates in Shell Knob from Shell Knob Seniors, Inc., a non-profit corporation that runs the Central Crossing Senior Center. The property was attractive for them because it is close to the Center and many local amenities, including health care and shopping. Pictured in photo, from left, is a photo taken for the groundbreaking of the property. From left, are: Dave Fielder, who conducted site preparation of the property; the Nollers; and Paul Trausch of Paul T. Enterprise. Contributed photo

Virginia and Steve Noller are excited that their dream of downsizing and simplifying their lives is becoming a reality. The couple recently purchased a double lot at Mountain View Estates from Shell Knob Seniors, Inc., a non-profit corporation that runs Central Crossing Senior Center. (CCSC).

They began construction a week after purchasing the lot.  

Several years ago, SKSI obtained 28 units or lots intended for independently-owned, single-family patio homes. Their proximity to local amenities including health care, shopping, friends, common area maintenance and the senior center presented major draws. A walking or cart path connects the Center and is adjacent to Mountain View Estates.

The patio homes are considered two-bedroom units and single family homes two-to-three bedrooms units with two and up to three-car garages possible. Paul T. Enterprises contracted with SKSI to construct the housing and any infrastructure improvements.