Oak Bay woman's outlook ruined

Unfortunately my severe case of Monster House Influenza is incurable.

The huge structure that without a word deprived me of my privacy, my outlook, my sense of well-being and what was my sincere love for this community is here to stay.

For this Oak Bay volunteer it has been an utterly soul destroying experience. All the features I loved about my little house were suddenly lost forever.

I wonder if your reader who would raise the tweed curtain to facilitate my escape would like to buy a house with a spectacular flat screen view (not just a peek) into the living areas of the back yard neighbour.

Christine Whitbread

Oak Bay


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