Cobble Hill modern townhouse in a historic district. This is a good way to build for today in an existing neighborhood. No faux historical bric-a-brac which is usually ignorantly executed. It’s about sweating the details, people.
Settled in the 1600s by Dutch farmers, Cobble Hill is supposedly named for all the unloaded cobblestones used for ship ballast coming over from Europe. Why they didn’t need those cobblestones in Europe is unclear.
Or… was it a way to balance trade? Yes, that was a pun. Or double entendre?
It starts when you go
abroad as part of your last year of university. Always wanting to work in
healthcare, you knew it would be an amazing experience to get a chance to
volunteer in hospitals overseas and practice your skills. “It would be nice to
get away”, is what you told yourself. “Try something new.”