|RE: Street or Driveway?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Rob Sandelin (Floriferousmsn.com)|
|Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 17:16:06 -0700 (MST)|
Would a stranger walking down a common street in a cohousing neighborhood feel like he's trespassing? Well, depends on how closed the street feels. In our neighborhood, we are at the end of the road, with a large County sign at our entrance that says, End of county Rd. There are two more signs a little further in, one says private lane, and a much more prominent sign that says: Sharingwood Cohousing. Its pretty obvious you are in a private development at that point, and many people do turn around. If the weather is nice, there are usually a fair amount of people out and about on the street and so any stranger, who of course totally stands out, would be greeted at the very least with a hello how are you... Other places, for instance, the "street" at Winslow or Puget Ridge is much more feeling of private development, the homes are much closer to the "street" and thus I couldn't image someone just walking through their without feeling they were trespassing in a private development. I've made many visits to both places and so feel very much at home, but still it is a private feeling, not a public one. Rob Sandelin Sharingwood.
Street or Driveway? Thomas Alexander, November 28 1996
- RE: Street or Driveway? Rob Sandelin, November 30 1996
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