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Welcome to Bloomington Cohousing

Beauty, Nature, and Convenience

Bloomington Cohousing is located on 2 1/2 acres deep in the heart of Bloomington, Indiana. The property is situated just north of the Southeast YMCA and is bordered by a forested nature preserve, two playgrounds and open green space, and a well-established neighborhood. Three sides of the property are lined with trees, creating a restful feeling while still providing easy access to recreation and amenities. 


Bloomington Cohousing is a less than five-minute walk from a large community garden, wooded city park, community orchard, YMCA, sports complex, daycares, and urban biking/hiking trails. The nearest grocery store and shopping complex is a six-eight minute drive away. You can reach historic downtown Bloomington (including shops, restaurants, a library, and music/theatre venues) in under 10 minutes.

Bloomington Cohousing is also within walking or biking distance of two elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school, as well as four childcare centers and a Montessori school.

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Bloomington has the charm of a small town with the activities, entertainment, diversity, and opportunities of a larger city. The city is actively recruiting remote workers, and the tech community is active and growing. Residents enjoy farmer’s markets, local bakeries, wineries, breweries, and cideries, and a wide variety of ethnic restaurants. Indiana University hosts a world-class opera theatre, touring Broadway shows, Big Ten athletic events, famous lecture series, and year-round music performances. Bloomington is home to the internationally-known world music festival Lotus Fest, the Limestone Comedy Festival, and the iconic Little 500 IU bicycle race. The public park system (including the new Switchyard Park) and network of biking trails brings nature to every part of the city. If you enjoy contra-dancing, choral singing, hackerspaces, bird-watching, running, hiking, kickball, ultimate Frisbee, symphonic band, glass-blowing, bike building, dog parks, or book sales - then there is a club or organization for you in town!


The area also includes three lakes, two state forests, and three nearby state parks, including the popular Brown County State Park and art colonies in nearby Nashville, IN. A fifteen-minute drive will get you to Lake Monroe or deep into the Charles C. Deam Wilderness. Comprehensive healthcare options are available, with a brand new teaching hospital completed in 2021. The population is estimated to be 85,755 (as of 2019).   

For more information on the many activities, events, and festivities in Bloomington check out Visit Bloomington!

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