Histoy of coliving
For most of human history, people chose to live communally. Hunter-gatherers, medieval houses, and immigrants lived in large camps and shared homes, depending on each other for food, childcare, and a sense of community. Coliving, though considered a relatively new concept, has its roots in this archaic and basic human tendency.
10 Things You’ll Want to Know About Coliving
What is coliving? You might already be familiar with a similar concept—coworking—where those in need of their own workspace share an office with other professionals. In that same way, coliving gives you the ability to find your own room in a shared, move-in-ready home—allowing you to foster a sense of community and save both time and money when looking for housing wherever you decide to plant your feet.
The people you’ll meet through coliving are diverse, but they often have one thing in common: they value comfort and convenience in a home. There is no one type of person that is right for coliving. We welcome all people to House Palos, from international students and young professionals to digital nomads, couples, and more. Coliving is a great option for those who want to move to a new city but don’t want to undergo the costly and stress-inducing process of regular apartment hunting. Wondering if coliving is right for you?
Here are a few reasons why you should consider coliving:
You’re moving to a new city on a budget You’re a digital nomad and want to explore new areas You’re a young couple looking to settle into a new home and neighborhood You’re looking to socialize and build a community You want to live and work in a city and benefit from what the local community can offer You don’t want to deal with the hassle of moving furniture or splitting the bills with roommates All of our private bathroom, fully-furnished bedroom just for you. You’ll be able to unwind and rest easy at the end of a long day in your own private space beyond the common areas.
What exactly are the differences between a coliving space and a traditional rental?
Bathrooms aren’t shared with more than three people Large fridges can fit everyone’s groceries Our kitchens are spacious enough that you can cook at the same time as your roommate
The living room has plenty of seatingOur furniture and appliances are built to last Our bedrooms can comfortably fit a full-sized bed and nightstand, while still offering an ample amount of closet space
The bottom line is you don’t have to worry about intruding on someone while sharing the common area in any of our coliving spaces.
Enjoy your own furnished suite and everything you need to live and work in our typical Danube house that has many of the following common spaces you have access to and the included amenities:shared equipped Kitchen, BBQ;Parking;Outdoor or covered terrrace;Ponton beach;Gardens;