|Re: Why not?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Robert Hartman (hartmaninformix.com)|
|Date: Fri, 12 Nov 93 18:48 CST|
> From: jratliff [at] bpavms.bpa.arizona.edu (Jim Ratliff) > > >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. > > I agree as long as the common kitchen is _in addition to_ a private kitchen > in each flat. That's what differentiates cohousing from a commune. Yup! The picture I have is, say, a three- or four-story Vic with a significant portion of the ground floor set aside for common use, including a common sitting room, a formal dining room, a play room for the kids, 1/2 bath plus shower, and easy access to a yard or garden with a hot tub and a porch swing. Each flat would have it's own small kitchen, a breakfast nook, a sitting room, one full bath for each two-to-three bedrooms, and however many bedrooms. -r
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