Thanks for coming to this page, and thanks even more if you give us any feedback. We started this web site in October 2002, even before we bought Brindledorf. As of this writing, on February 25th, 2007, we've had 23,415 hits. Some times we get mail from people who've read about us somewhere and like the whole idea of Brindledorf, but mostly we just watch the hit-counter go up. If you write to us, we'll be happy to answer your questions, and if you have a couple of minutes, we'd love for you to answer some of ours.
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Brindledorf offers excellent value for the rental dollar, but it is not cheap housing. The private suites at Brindledorf cost the same as living in a traditional apartment. A shared kitchen, no matter how big it is or how many refridgerators there are, is a deal breaker for many people.
On the other hand, the perks at Brindledorf are unavailable in an apartment setting: Large common areas (1350 sqf) for entertaining, neighbors with common goals, a private park, a guest suite for out-of-town visitors and a truly peaceful environment. What would living at Brindledorf be worth to you?
We are considering building a lodge at Brindledorf that would have five large single rooms with private bathrooms. Cooking, dining, and living room would all be encompassed in a Great Room. Our goal would be to provide housing at the same cost as other group houses. Other common space would be geared towards recreation (exercise room, media room, game room) and accessible to the whole Brindledorf community. The common spaces at the Farm House would be used for more formal occasions, again available to the whole community. What do you think?