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Old 12-08-2008, 10:13 AM
 
Location: Denver, Colorado U.S.A.
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I lived in a hundred year old house in the City Park neighborhood that had been broken into 5 apartments. The walls of old houses are thick, and noise was no issue. The house next door had been renovated and a family lived there - it was very nice, but the one I lived in had its issues. Mainly problems with a leaky roof (when the snow melted on the roof, it would conveniently leak into my bathroom, so when I was standing in front of the sink, suddenly ice cold water would pour down my back!) and the landlord, who also lived in the house, would only patch the roof, which never worked. The houses were close together, but hey, it's the city. What do you expect? I never recall any conversations from one house to the other.
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