Not too much noise save for the helicopters. Far out, I cannot imagine what it's going to be like when this second airport is built! Also, some idiots down the road are always riding their motorbikes through our street, mind you, it's a cul-de-sac.
We can get a fair bit of noise outside sometimes, but it is not from cars. It is either from people congregating on the street, talking loudly, or foxes screeching. For the most part it does not bother me, but there are occasions when it wakes me up. If it is foxes, I can usually get back to sleep, but if it is people, I can't until they move on.
I live in a mobile park village, and it is absolutely wonderful.
They make sure people do not make any noise.
Speed limit is 8 klms so I'm very spoilt.
If people are having a party, which is like 2 a year....they let us know.
Lights out for that stuff anyway at midnight.
Young people don't really like the lifestyle, and the 'Villages' are not really all that keen on young families....If you have one grown child...as I do, then its o.k.
It's big money now to get in and they have become very strict.Noise is Not tolerated.
I live in a very quiet street,and I am such a light sleeper that when anything untoward causes noise,I wake immediately! I far prefer that my dogs make a fuss though,just in case it is something serious happening outside!!
No, we live in a lovely quiet street with a park across the road. Every now and then there's a party somewhere but it's so rare that I don't care - good to hear people having fun and I just lie in bed and enjoy the music.
Coming from nearly fifty acres I found it difficult for a good while but it really is a fairly quiet neighbourhood. I do wake easily but if the dogs are not barking, I go back to sleep easily. The worst thing is the street lamp. . . it is as dark as the inside of a cow on acreage and I am aware of the street lamp more than anything - even with wooden blinds and curtains.
It's very quite in our street at night, as we live in a col-a-sac' It's when we stay with 1 daughter in Melbourne on a 6 lane road that it's noisy, as we've been moved from a blowup mattress in the back room, to the bedroom by the front door, when the boarder moved out! Now I wake up about 6 times a night! (Ear plugs don't help either!) But I'll put up with the noise, because our daughter & lovely partner do everything for us while we're down there for a week at a time. But that's getting away front the question!