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I own a rowhouse that is sandwiched between two neighbors, but I only get noise transference from one side. The flippers of my house exposed the brick on the entire wall against the ‘noisy’ side, and I blame the noise transference on that. Sometimes I fantasize about dry walling over the brick again, and I just might, once the exposed brick fad gets old. If I were you I would avoid houses with extensive exposed brick if you are very concerned about noise.