|Re: Why not?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Robert Hartman (hartmaninformix.com)|
|Date: Fri, 12 Nov 93 17:25 CST|
> From cohousing-l [at] uci.com Fri Nov 12 15:10:59 1993 > From: Jerry Callen <jcallen [at] Think.COM> > > ... I can't afford $175,000 for a cohousing unit, but *could* > afford $80,000 for an old Victorian with some like-minded people > (like the ones I've been living with for 5 years or so) ... > I don't know if two households can > be called "co-housing". But whatever works....... > > I've lived in group houses, and they are TOO close for me, especially now > that I have kids. In group houses, that closeness can make for serious > trauma if there's any turnover. I believe that cohousing offers more > stability. > > But, as you say, whatever works. > > -- Jerry Callen I think that the idea of breaking up an old Victorian into flats with a common kitchen/lounge/yard might well fit in with the idea of cohousing. -r
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