Walking through the edge of neighbors' property

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Western Rover
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Walking through the edge of neighbors' property

Post by Western Rover » Thu Jan 21, 2021 5:52 am

I'm idly searching Oikotie for houses with large lots in Swedish-speaking areas within a day trip of Helsinki, and I notice odd things about property boundaries near water. This listing comprises lots __58 and __59, and if you look at the boundaries of __59:

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you see it goes very near but not quite to an inlet of the Gulf of Finland.

This listing is just one lot, __75, split by a road, and it also goes pretty near the sea until it, too, is cut off by the neighbor:

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How accommodating would the neighbors typically be toward allowing the purchaser of either of these properties to go down to the water to swim, or to carry a boat small enough to be carried? I imagine it's too close to their houses for jokamiehenoikeus to apply, but if one were to start off the relationship on a friendly footing what would the typical outcome be?

I'm currently just getting a feel for the idea of moving to Finland; I'm sure these specific properties will be off the market long before I'm in a position to move, but I want to learn about the issues involved in living with Finnish neighbors.



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Upphew
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Re: Walking through the edge of neighbors' property

Post by Upphew » Thu Jan 21, 2021 9:18 am

First one would go very near neighbour's sauna, at least it looks like sauna. Also there is proper harbour near by, so I would park my boat there, rather than use something I can carry. Kayak not included. Second one seems to have pier where you would go to the sea and I would avoid that too.
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Re: Walking through the edge of neighbors' property

Post by Western Rover » Thu Jan 21, 2021 7:32 pm

Upphew wrote:
Thu Jan 21, 2021 9:18 am
First one would go very near neighbour's sauna, at least it looks like sauna. Also there is proper harbour near by, so I would park my boat there, rather than use something I can carry. Kayak not included. Second one seems to have pier where you would go to the sea and I would avoid that too.
OK, forget the boats. But since you mention a sauna, both of these properties have one, and I imagine people will want to walk naked between the water and the sauna several times while the sauna is in use?

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Re: Walking through the edge of neighbors' property

Post by Upphew » Fri Jan 22, 2021 9:29 am

Western Rover wrote:
Thu Jan 21, 2021 7:32 pm
Upphew wrote:
Thu Jan 21, 2021 9:18 am
First one would go very near neighbour's sauna, at least it looks like sauna. Also there is proper harbour near by, so I would park my boat there, rather than use something I can carry. Kayak not included. Second one seems to have pier where you would go to the sea and I would avoid that too.
OK, forget the boats. But since you mention a sauna, both of these properties have one, and I imagine people will want to walk naked between the water and the sauna several times while the sauna is in use?
Not likely through neighbour's property. I can't recall any time that I have been in sauna that has been near the water, but in a way that there is a neighbour between, so I can't say what I would do. Most likely just chill on the porch, sipping beer and admiring the view.
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