Sunrise Farm, where Visions for Creative Housing Solutions began, sits on 80 pastoral acres in Enfield, New Hampshire.
The property was originally owned and operated beginning in 1955 as Kluge’s Inn on Sunset Hill by the family of Visions founder and executive director Sylvia Dow. It later became the Dow family home. When Visions for Creative Housing Solutions was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 2014, it had six residents who have developmental disabilities, including the Dow’s two adult daughters. Sunrise Farm is now home to eleven residents.
Located in a safe rural setting with built-in pool, barn, hiking trails, flower and vegetable gardens, Sunrise Farm residents work in the community and public transportation is close by.
The main farmhouse has three individual bedrooms, communal living areas, and two small offices. An attached apartment has two bedrooms and communal living areas. There is a separate “Little House” with three bedrooms and shared living areas, and another on-site building with four efficiency apartments.
Everyone has access to the in-ground pool, beautiful grounds with flower and vegetable gardens, common social areas and a large kitchen in the main farmhouse where family-style meals are available each evening.
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