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Old 10-31-2009, 09:24 PM
 
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Hi,
Does anyone have any first hand knowledge of this development off Rt 158 in Reidsville? We haven't gotten to this area yet to look around. We are looking to retire in NC. How far is it to quality healthcare? It sounds somewhat rural which is fine, but than again how far is grocery shopping, and shopping in general? Any information on this area, particularly "The Oaks at Monroeton" would be appreciated. BTW, their web site is no longer working, but there seems to be activity there according to several RE web sites.

Thanks, Bill
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Old 11-01-2009, 07:27 PM
 
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According to the cached page I found the development is approx 2.5 miles east of the Church St extension, which gives you access to Greensboro. Guessing about a 30 min drive into the northern part of the city. There is shopping (grocery, resturant) in that area (Lees Chapel/ Pisgah Church Rd) but, depending on your shopping & medical needs you may have to drive deeper into town. Reidsville offers some of the same but lacks variety simply because it is much smaller than Greensboro. You will also have access to Summerfield, Oak Ridge, & Stokesdale. Again, these cities are significantly smaller than Greensboro.
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Old 09-05-2013, 11:07 AM
 
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Great area if you have no sense of smell. It is directly beside a cow farm and several times a year, tractor trailers spread a substance on the fields that smells so bad you want to vomit. The odor last for days. There also seems to be some close neighbors on the other side of the woods that have dogs that start constant barking when the sun goes down. Other than that it looks to be a nice area.
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