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babette (@babette)

Single level living, anyone?

Joint Replacements | Last Active: Apr 1, 2019 | Replies (11)

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@debbraw The only downside I see is leaving this bucolic New England coastal town. But after 9 years here, it's really taken a toll. We've considered staying in town but the only neighborhood we love is the historic district which is chock full of very old, charming houses with *lots* of stairs, many very narrow and very steep. Not at all sustainable.

We are looking, though! We have several options near dh's office, the most intriguing of which is a gorgeous loft space in a re-purposed mill. It would be a huge transition but a great one in many ways.

Thanks for the support and encouragement!

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@babette – Oh my stars! I just love your descriptions – what charming options you have! We lived in Boston for about 10 years before we retired. I just love New England – both Boston with its downtown urban vibe as well as the beautiful small coastal towns. Please keep me posted. I'm enjoying a trip down memory lane vicariously!