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|From: Catherine Harper (tylikeskimo.com)|
|Date: Wed, 9 Oct 1996 13:36:32 -0500|
Are there any groups that own propety that is not contiguous with their primary cohousing site? We've been discussing various cohousing models with friends, and one idea that has had much appeal is to have a cohousing site somewhat out in the relative sticks (currently we're all located in the greater seattle area) but also to have the group own a condo in city. (Not to be anyone's permanant residence, but as a common resource.) Obviously we're still in the sitting around over dinner and kicking around ideas phase -- does anyone have experience with anything like this? The other question is a bit more tangential to co-housing. We're buying a house that's on a large piece of property including a moderately busy street. Currently the section closest to the street (the property slopes down towards the street) has a lot of trees, though not especially dense foliage. Does anyone have any recommendations for cutting down on the street noise? (If your curious, it will probably end up being a shared house...) Catherine
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