The aim of this paper is to look for the preferential difference between user and planner for exterior space components of co-housing. In order to do this the present study was carried out in the order of preceding studies, resident interviews, FGI, questionnaire survey, factor analysis, and AHP analysis. According to the results of AHP analysis, three implications were found. First, the space design should merge into consumer trends for health and community, because they can be strongly reflected in the exterior space configuration. Second, based on the consumer, a study on the exterior space of co-housing should start from identifying the reality of consumer needs and finding its components from the perspective of consumers. Third, users showed a significant difference by sex and age, and therefore gender and generation specific facilities should be considered.