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Would you live in a house that is only accessible by boat?

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No I wouldn't as I would be too scared that I would have an emergency and no one would be able to help me.
by Jane
If someone offered to give me that one I wouldn't say no. Should be a bit safer in the zombie apocalypse. ;)

It's not a feature I'd look for in a house though.
Oh it sounds lovely! But I would wait until after the kids are grown up. I'd also be a bit worried about an emergency. But it sure would be peaceful!
Never. I hate boats. Give me dry land any day.
No not now...maybe not ever.

I'm too practical for such a luxury.
My concerns would be no easy access to mainland, e.g. stepping out and having to get into a boat, and then get to land.

I'll give it a miss.....sadly.
No, would have to have a high land causeway so I could still drive, at ANY time!
Having to use a boat only would be a total P i A situation, from every angle!
Sounds very appealing. No noisy neighbours for a start, no traffic noise (lovely). But of course with everything this is a downside - a medical emergency for one, inclement weather when it is time to bring in supplies. But one can dream!!!!
I wouldn't like to be so isolated. I love being able to walk to the mail street to pick up a library book that is on hold, to have a cappuccino or buy a couple of items from the shop. I love being able to walk to the Sunday market to buy vegies. Having to use a boat to get to shops, train, doctor and all the other facilities one uses would drive me crazy.
Never willingly. I can't swim - like many older people in Australia.
No. I'm a rubbish swimmer, and have always been afraid that kids would fall into the water and drown. I also imagine it wouldn't be very practical, as jonaj has said.
by Vee
Love one.
No way!
It sounds great but there are pitfalls, when sick or need help.
Otherwise yes for solitude it would be nice.

Yes I would love to :)

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