House A Series
A2 Home (1100 sqft)
House B Series
House C Series
Tiny House - Custom design
Wheeler Field lies at the corner of Stage Road and Nashville Road in the heart of the much loved West Bolton. For years this corner field has been used by the Bolton Community as a gathering place for a pick up game of baseball, ice skating, dog walking or watching the Bolton Fireworks. In the summer of 2016, Vermont Building Resources, LLC entered into an agreement with the owners of the 23 acre parcel to attempt a subdivision that would accommodate necessary development with the protection of this valuable community resource.
The result of this partnership is a 9 lot subdivision that includes a neighborhood of seven net-zero-energy ready homes situated next to a 10 acre parcel of protected open space including recreation trails and seasonal access to the golf course. The traditionally used “Wheeler Field” is included in the subdivision as one larger 2.58 acre parcel. VBR is actively working with a Bolton community group to explore efforts to retain the Wheeler Field parcel for community recreational use as it has been used for years.
Building packages for Wheeler Field will be available beginning Spring of 2019. All homes will be passive and active solar and built with a double wall system that ensures a tight building envelope to reach zero net energy.
There are thee building packages to chose from ranging in size from 1,100 square feet to 2,100 square feet and in price from $330,000-$495,000 with the final price depending on customization of finishes.
There is a growing demand for tiny houses (around 500 square feet). At such a small size, the design of these houses is very personal. If you are interested in a tiny house we will happily talk to you about a custom build.
All homes will be built by Reiss Building and Renovation, which has a reputation as a leader in the field of green building in the state of Vermont. The view completed works by Reiss Building and Renovation, please visit:
6 Home development
Beginning Spring 2019