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Old 09-28-2007, 11:26 AM
 
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I agree with talk2me. I have a 2.5 mile drive to work. Living in the city means only 8,000 miles a year on my car. Taxes are higher, but city services are better. You don't even have to take your trash to the curb. Big trees line the streets. If I have to stop by the mall, only 3 miles away. Close to everything.
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Old 09-29-2007, 04:25 PM
 
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Just moved from there and yes Lewisville has been annexed, but worth any extra cost by far the nicest place to live in the area. If you look out the Robinhood area towards Meadowlark there are some bueatiful new homes being built with great schools, ie:Jefferson, Meadowlark, for high schools Mt Tabor and Reagan.
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Old 09-30-2007, 11:58 AM
 
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Just moved from there and yes Lewisville has been annexed, but worth any extra cost by far the nicest place to live in the area. If you look out the Robinhood area towards Meadowlark there are some bueatiful new homes being built with great schools, ie:Jefferson, Meadowlark, for high schools Mt Tabor and Reagan.
Lewisville was incorporated in 1991. A city can't annex another city...so Lewisville NOT been annexed by Winston-Salem.

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Old 09-30-2007, 04:59 PM
 
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Old 10-03-2007, 01:46 PM
 
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We (myself, wife, 2 kids, one on the way) plan to move from Atlanta to Winston Salem early next year. We are looking into King, Davie County, and Southwest Forsyth (Clemmons, Lewisville). I grew up in Va, about an hour and a half from there, so I am fairly familiar with the area. I havent been there in several years though, so will be getting re-familiarized (is that a word?) Please give me some info. Particular interests are: Schools, good hole in the wall restaurants, outdoor activities, etc.
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Have you looked into Northern Davidson County? Schools are great and so is the community. The taxes are very low and you are minutes away form W-S and Clemmons; it's the best of both worlds.
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