Nollers hold groundbreaking
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.