12:03 PM, 29th June 2020, About 3 years ago 3
I own two little cottages at the end of a terrace accessed by a shared doorway to road (historically an open alley). Normal for Cornwall!
The neighbour holds the freehold of the two dwellings roadside (but only owns one flat) so we have shared responsibility for the front door and shared hallway. My end of the hall leads to my garden, but is also a fire exit.
I was going to buy the upper flat roadside which is immaculate with a view to possible Airbnb prior to longer letting. However, due to regulatory work needed before re-letting my one currently empty cottage, and strong anti Airbnb hints from himself, I have decided not to buy the flat.
However, can he still dictate to me regarding my own cottage? I shall offer it to deserving family members for holiday breaks this year anyway!
Thanks for opinions.
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