|Re: Re: Questions re senior cohousing||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Dahako (Dahakoaol.com)|
|Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 18:07:40 -0800 (PST)|
Hi all- Following up on Robin Alexander's posting about noise issues where he said: "Our house is very near the common house and we do hear the basketball bouncing, but the bedroom is in the back and is one of the quietest bedrooms I've ever had. Luck of the design, I guess." I was on the design team for the house design Robin is living in and I can tell you the noise reduction was not just luck. The group members and our developer, Sherri Zann-Rosenthal, focused hard on making sure homes and bedrooms would be as quiet as possible. We all had different reasons -- mine were definitely related to attenuating kid noise. In fact, we did such a good job that I know some parents in Eno Commons who don't use the downstairs master bedroom in the larger house design because they cannot hear their kids in the night. So they sleep in one of the upstairs bedrooms instead. Jessie Handforth Kome Eastern Village Cohousing Silver Spring, Maryland Where we are entering a stage of dealing with one of the dreaded "p" issues (progeny) while doing our first we-live-here-now budget. Why do issues always want to travel in packs?"
Re: Questions re senior cohousing Bob Morrison, March 17 2005
- Re: Re: Questions re senior cohousing aamato, March 17 2005
- RE: Re: Questions re senior cohousing Alexander Robin A, March 17 2005
- Re: Re: Questions re senior cohousing Dahako, March 17 2005
- Re: Questions re senior cohousing Eris Weaver, March 18 2005
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