|Information needed - East coast||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: dresch178 (dresch178earthlink.net)|
|Date: Tue, 12 Jan 1999 19:53:01 -0600|
Hi all, It has been very interesting lurking on the list and learning about the good and bad of cohousing. I am interested in getting more information about cohousing communities on the East Coast. From Virginia to Florida. I currently live and work as a technology teacher in New Jersey and am hoping to relocate sometime in the next year or two at the most. That also means that I will be looking for a comparable job where I end up moving. NOT New Jersey or anyplace north....I'm tired of the cold! Anyway, I would appreciate it if anyone living in or with knowledge of cohousing communities in any of those states would contact me privately. dresch178 [at] earthlink.net Regarding the kitchen issue.....just my two cents worth, but there are certain basic standards for a functional kitchen. It doesn't have to be tremendous in size - actually too large a kitchen isn't all that functional for someone who really gets into cooking but it needs counter and cabinet space and full size appliances. Having a nonstandard dishwasher or stove is probably even more of an expense to purchase and maintain and it is definitely NOT a good selling point. Some people like to cook, need to cook, are on special diets, have children who like snacks, etc. etc. The possibilities for need far outweigh having a scanty, nonfunctional kitchen. I can see doing away with things like a formal living and dining room but kitchens and bathrooms are sacred!!! Hope to get some responses. Deb New Jersey
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