Veridia, the first LEED standards neighborhood in Carrboro, features thirty-nine single family homes that are Green Building Initiative and Energy Star certified, surrounding a central pedestrian commons. The neighborhood is partially energy and water self sufficient via a 100-kilowatt grid intertied solar array capable of producing the majority of the neighborhood’s electrical needs and a rainwater catch-and-reuse system that significantly reduces community water consumption.

Community Features:

• Pedestrian friendly design
• Play area,vegetable garden
• Walk to school, library, ball fields
• On a free bus line and bike path
• Near parks and shopping
• Well-appointed community house
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With homes affordably priced at $299,000, and with sustainability features typically found only in homes costing much more, homeowners save hundreds of dollars per month over traditional housing.

Beyond the pedestrian commons design, residents will enjoy a variety of community features including a common house, children’s play area and vegetable garden. The ideal location allows children to walk to school, the library and ball fields, and the entire family has easy access to shopping, parks and the vibrant culture of Carrboro.