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107 / 108th (?) block of Fairfield - Curious...

We are looking at houses in the area and saw a house on this block... I think.. may be the 108th.

We saw a feature that I have never seen while house shopping and I'm curious if anyone in that area is on Everyblock and knows the history of why the homes/lots were designed this way.

Basically - two homes share a deep 'pit' area between the houses - it almost seems like an empty foundation that each basement opens...

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We are looking at houses in the area and saw a house on this block... I think.. may be the 108th.

We saw a feature that I have never seen while house shopping and I'm curious if anyone in that area is on Everyblock and knows the history of why the homes/lots were designed this way.

Basically - two homes share a deep 'pit' area between the houses - it almost seems like an empty foundation that each basement opens in to. I guess you could use it for a patio but the place we saw had it completely empty. There was a sump pump outside (also new to me) but Im sure that area could potentially collect a ton of rain or snow.

Just wondering if anyone knows the method behind that madness... and also curious if anyone actually lives in that area - are there flooding issues with that?

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This is How An Emerged Nation Governs – 85% of the Vote and No Beheadings, Massacres, or Explosions! Scotland the Brave

Today, I needed to drive from 108th & Rockwell to 83rd & Wood Street ( Zipcode 60655-60620 mind you) , or 4.2 Miles in 11 minutes.  In that time, NPR droned out three stories 'from emerging nations.'

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Today, I needed to drive from 108th & Rockwell to 83rd & Wood Street ( Zipcode 60655-60620 mind you) , or 4.2 Miles in 11 minutes.  In that time, NPR droned out three stories 'from emerging nations.'

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