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MCS-friendly house for sale
Monday 6 July 2009
If you suffer from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) and are looking for suitable accommodation, Society member Beck Slattery may be able to help. Beck is selling her house and would love to hear from you.
Beck has MCS herself, and has adapted the house to suit her condition. As a result, the house is very MCS-friendly.
It's a three-bedroom, 1960s style house located in the Southern suburbs of Adelaide.
Here’s a message from Beck with more details:
I'm a Society member living in South Australia. I have MCS and am needing to sell my house. My house has a number of features which make it friendly for (many) people with multiple chemical sensitivities – e.g. no chemicals have been used in the house for the last 18 months. The house is high on a hill with great cross-ventilation and breezes, great natural light, timber floors/no carpet, a large yard, the interior was painted using natural clay paint etc etc. The house has electric cooking, gas hot water (the heater is outside), and has no mould. The neighbours are also not too close.
I know suitable housing is hard for people with MCS to find. Indeed, I am not looking forward to finding a new place myself (rental). I'm just wondering whether the availability of a house like this is something the Society would promote through the web or other means? I can post about it on the Facebook group if anybody is interested. Any other ideas also welcome!
Anyway, I look forward to hearing back from you.
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