Being a good neighbor doesn't require a suburban or urban setting. A home set in the woods can be a good neighbor as well. It's really about how it responds to its site. Does it respect the landscape? Does it take in views? Does it allow for outdoor activities that celebrate its location? Remember, just because it has no neighbors doesn't mean that it's alone.
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Loughloughan Barn House in Broughshane, UK / designed by McGarry-Moon Architects