Rossmoor is a gated, nationally recognized and award winning active adult community located in the picturesque 2200 acre Tice Valley area of Walnut Creek, California.

Surrounded by acres of lush open space this community is 26 miles from San Francisco and just 2 miles from Walnut Creek allowing residents an abundance of shopping, restaurants, theaters and cultural activities.

Rossmoor also offers excellent recreational facilities including 27 holes of NCGA-rated golf, three community swimming facilities, a fitness center, eight outdoor tennis courts, lawn bowling and miles of beautiful hiking trails.

The one, two and three bedroom homes are available in a variety of floor plans and there are over 6000 condominiums and cooperatives to choose from. 24 hour security patrols the community offering assistance to residents in emergencies, responding to non-emergency requests and protection from solicitors.

Residents can enjoy 5 inviting clubhouses with meeting and activity rooms, a full service library, a computer information center and picnic grounds. There are also over 200 clubs & organizations covering service, education, culture, hobbies, religions and special interest activities. In addition, the Recreation Department offers classes, entertainment, trips and holiday programs for residents and their families to enjoy.

At Rossmoor "You can do as little or as much as you wish". 

A Condo or a Co-op?

 The Condominium

Condominiums may be either vertically stacked or horizontal units. An individually owned portion is called a unit or manor and consists of interior space within a defined set of walls, floors and ceilings. Condominium owners are responsible for the maintenance of the interior space of the unit and also the furnace, air condiitioning and water heater. The condominium owner has exclusive use of deck, patios and parking areas assigned or attached to their unit. In a condomiunium association, each homeowner owns a share of all the land in the association. For example, if there are 75 homeowners in the Mutual, each homeowner owns 1/75th of the Mutual, not necessarily the land under of near the home. The home can be placed in a trust or willed to heirs like other property.

The Cooperative

In a co-op the buyer is purchasing a membership in a corporation. He is not purchasing a specific manor but is buying an equity position in a corporation. The corporation owns all the buildings and the lands within the association. The buyer signs an occupancy agreement, which is similar to a rental agreement. Co-op buyers are responsible for the maintenance of the interior space of their home. They have exclusive use of that space and a carport space. The Homeowner Association maintains the exterior of the building, the furnace, air conditioner, and some kitchen appliances. Co-ops can be put in wills and in trusts. Co-ops can not be owned by a corporation. Co-ops may be financed by the National Cooperative Bank.

Let us help you decide which type of residence is best suited to your needs.
Call us today at:
Robert Parrish at (925) 360-5889 or Tina Parrish at (925) 858-4267