choosing a flat

Rules to keep in mind when choosing a flat:

  1. always on the last floor: simply impossible to live with neighbors above (dog nails on the floor, people walking, unknowm object rolling…)
  2. never chose a building that has all its rooms on the street/road: you won’t have any room where you don’t hear cars, people shouting, klaxons, buses…) this is extremely exhausting, make sure you have at least one room that’s far from the road
  3. avoid “cubes”, ie. a flat with at least four neighbors: make sure some rooms are isolated (there’s always neighbor’s tv, phone, scoring noises…)
  4. avoid HLM, prefer small flats: the more people there is, the noisier (more people = more chance to have dogs within close flats, more people leaving – going in, more people refurnishing – drills and so on – a flat)

=> always top-floor, no tube-on-the-street, no cubicle, and if you have choice, prefer smallest building
(flat inner appearance is not important, you always can improve it, whereas above stated elements, you cannot)

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