I was thinking about your idea, AM, and it just seems like 5 or 6 or 10 people could buy a parcel of land and build garden homes (zero-lot-line) on it with a big courtyard in the middle. It could be run like condo associations in NYC where there's a board (original investors) that runs it and decides on who gets to buy in or not and sets maintenance fees, etc. As people move away or, ummm, die, the board does what it does. That way like-minded people could live together. I'd say "in harmony," but we all know that ain't gonna happen.That's the super-simplified version and I'm sure there are all sorts of legal ramifications, but I thought I'd throw it out there.
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