Buying and Building In Coeur d'Alene Place
Updated: Jan 18
You are interested in or have decided that the Coeur d’Alene Place is your next neighborhood. Now what do you need to know about making that dream a reality? Let’s look at some commonly asked questions:
Who are the builders in the Coeur d’Alene Place?
Currently, Greenstone is the sole builder in the Coeur d’Alene Place. Their model homes can be found on the map below and information about their hours and availability can be found on their website. You will notice a contractual clause when partnering with Greenstone that ensures funding for the Greenstone Foundation. Giving back to the community is part of Greenstones mission so each time your Greenstone home is sold, one sixth of one percent of the selling price is earmarked for the Greenstone Foundation.
Aspen Homes is now offering homes and lots in their adjacent development to the North East called Trailside At Coeur d’Alene Place.
Are there other homes for sale throughout the neighborhood?
Yes, this area is an active market for home buyers as well as renters. Floor plans vary greatly while each district has a similar coordinating style.
I found a house I like, what kind of changes can I make to the architecture?
Coeur d’Alene Place does require approval by the Architectural Committee for exterior changes including: fencing, building form, landscaping, colors, and materials.
How much are HOA fees in Coeur d’Alene Place?
The HOA fees vary by “district” throughout the neighborhood in both price and frequency. The Main Association fees, applicable to all, are $21 monthly and an initial $50 transfer fee. Dues are broken out here for the six districts including the Main Association, Parkside, Sorbonne Townhomes, Parc Rose, Village, and Soleil Parc. Each district may have also have their own CC&R’s. You can find them here.