Langridge Drive

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Langridge Drive

Old Arkham [17, 93]

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Basic Info:

  • A Street is a city block containing no buildings or monuments. There are a variety of other names besides Street including Alley, Avenue, Boulevard, Drive, Grove, Lane, Row, Square, Walk, Place, etc.
  • This is an empty block, and cannot be barricaded.


Description

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Langridge Drive features a series of tri-level cookie-cutter homes that nestled in Old Arkham proper. Built in the 1980s, these homes are availible as singles, duplexes, or triplexes, depending on the purchaser's income. There are surprisingly few houses for rent, as the local community association prefers people to move into the area and settle down with families rather than host a series of transient families.

The homes of Langridge Drive set themselves up as a long-term community, with families streaching back before some of the renovations went through the area. It's a nice quiet place to live where residents know everyone else.

History

Formerly a large farming community, the area known as Langridge drive was inducted into Malton proper in 1853, when Old Arkham and New Arkham were (at the time known simply as Arkham) absorbed into the city's district. Over the years, the farmlands was converted into suburban housing for those families that were seeking a quieter life from the busier areas of Malton.

After the population of Arkham rose to be able to support the split into two seperate districts, only minor changes have occured in Old Arkham and Langridge Drive. The area has simply remained it's slow trend of growth and retained it's reputation as a quiet corner of Malton.


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