To explain myself a bit, here's an aerial photo of where I grew up. My (ex-) home is the lower of the two buildings in the middle... I don't know what scale the picture is (after resizing) but the walk from the house to the village was about 5 minutes or about 1/4 mileJourneymouse wrote:
Unfortunately, they both look pretty scary to me.
When I was a Denverite, and doing the happy house hunt, I almost plunked my hard earned dollars on a 3/2 in Highlands Ranch -- I was frustrated that I couldn't find anything affordable in Denver proper. I finally stumbled on a decent, but small house on a lot a couple of miles from downtown Denver. The lot was about the same size as those in newer parts of Highlands Ranch -- about 4,500 square feet. Alley, grid, walking distance to two pedestrian-oriented business districts (one yuppified, one just beginning to come under the influence of the smooth jazz crowd).Michael Stumpf wrote:
Does this mean you will be my neighbor in the Highlands?
I agree, athough my children are even more hypothetical than that <grin> Anything more than that and I'd start to look wild-eyed and panicky, never mind my current 'partner'! And I won't go into entertainment and fitness demands.KMateja wrote:
Hmm... ok, here are my stipulations on living in Sao Paolo - good schools and safe neighborhood - I don't want to have to supervise my (future) 8 year old to, at and from the nearest park. And there has to be room on the roof top for my (container) garden.