I mostly like mine. The square footage is great, the layout fits my needs, and not having to do yard maintenance while still having outdoor amenities is pretty cool. We have a pool (well, not now, thanks COVID), a community garden, and tolerable neighbors. The downsides are that the HOA fees are too low (like, $100 a month less than other comparable communities in our city) which means the association scrimps on things I don’t think they should. Also, the association volunteers are all old af busybodies. See my complaint from a couple years ago about the garden committee fucking with my flowers for example. My galley kitchen is a bit small and I’d rather have a real garage than the covered carport we have. None of this really affects my quality of life though.