affordable housing

The part I remember still is being in what I guess was a suburban affordable housing development, not really high-density enough for me to call it a sensible design if it were IRL, but that’s probably because it was based on the actual low-density Pineridge development in Peterborough. Anyway, there were maybe some newcomers who were tending to get lost because of all the interconnected roads, and then our house, or at least property with a building on it, was more like a white wooden garage/barn with an open trussed ceiling in a niche cut out of the woods away from the road, and there were more identical barns next to it.

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