Let's say you could create the perfect place to live. Blank slate. Anything you want.
You might want a place where your quality of life was extraordinarily high. Where you felt an easy sense of community. Where the principles of sustainability touched everything from your home's methods of construction to the organic produce on your table that was grown by one of your neighbors.
Speaking of neighbors, you might prefer an eclectic group, from artists to writers to farmers to business people. You might like to walk paths that take you through both forest and meadow, ride horses along tree-canopied trails, or hear music outdoors in your neighborhood amphitheatre. Maybe you'd just like a place to get away, a place where you can enjoy a simpler life. For miles around you the land is protected with a master plan that calls for 80% green space.
Let's say you'd like a place where you can stroll as well as stride. Where you can spend time being as well as doing. Then perhaps Serenbe is a place you'd be at home.
At Serenbe, community is something that's almost built in. The plan of the settlement makes it a routine part of your day to run into interesting people, to have conversations that spark your imagination and develop relationships with people you might not otherwise know. You may find yourself connecting with neighbors over art or music, over gardening or cooking, over a cup of coffee at the café down the way. You may discover it's much easier to find time for friends when you don't have to fight traffic to see them.