Loon Estates Cooperative, Inc., is a resident-owned manufactured home community in Northwood, N.H. Loon Estates is conveniently located near Antique Alley and 10 minutes from Concord. Our ideal setting allows for easy access to Interstate 93 and Route 4. We are five miles away from major grocery stores and only 16 miles from shopping in downtown Concord. We are a friendly neighborhood for people who love outdoor activities and living in a small New England town.
Loon Estates is an ideal spot for outdoor lovers. Situated on Northwood Lake, we are a lakefront community with easy access to the beaches and boating. Just 25 minutes from University of New Hampshire and 30 minutes from Southern New Hampshire University, we are centrally located for easy access to all Northwood has to offer.
Loon Estates is owned by the Community Members who live here – we are a resident-owned community (ROC).
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The Member homeowners of Loon Estates control the rent and make the rules. In 2013, the ROC purchased the land and infrastructure, such as the roads and water lines. Now, a democratically elected Board of Directors manages the business of running Loon Estates Cooperative, Inc. Every Member household in the community has a say in who sits on the Board, how we spend our money, the annual budget, and whether we make changes to the rent.
We’re also part of a national network of more than 300 ROCs just like us. That membership provides us with access to expert coaching on how to run our ROC, leadership development and training, communication with dozens of community leaders who face many of the same issues we do, and more. Life in Loon Estates is truly different than in a commercially owned community – we invite you to find out firsthand how that difference makes living here so much better.
The Benefits of Membership
the homeowners own the land underneath our neighborhood as a resident-owned community (ROC).
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Potential residents must be approved by our Membership Committee and Board before they move in.
The Loon Estates Cooperative has applied for funds through the State of New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, American Rescue Plan Act Fund (ARPA) to finance a drinking water and wastewater infrastructure improvement project.
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