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Old 03-22-2018, 04:59 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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I wrote a post on City-Data before that was called, "Would you rather live in a city, suburb, or exurb?" So basically, I am a person who prefers to live in either:

1. A town that is exurban but has easy access to the suburbs (In other words, the exurban area is
close to a metropolitan region).
2. A town that is suburban and exurban at the same time.

The only towns I ever been to in Sussex County is Sparta, Hopatcong, and Stanhope. The thing that's common about these three towns is that they all have a body of water, but I am not particular about those things (Google Earth shows me that Sussex County has way too many lakes).

So what other states have you lived/visited in that have these Sussex County type of neighborhoods? Give me examples of town names.
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Old 03-22-2018, 06:11 PM
 
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Google Earth shows me that Sussex County has way too many lakes
That is definitely problematic for the discriminating home-seeker. How many of those lakes in Sussex County do you think they should fill-in with rubble?
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Old 03-23-2018, 07:53 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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That is definitely problematic for the discriminating home-seeker. How many of those lakes in Sussex County do you think they should fill-in with rubble?
Sorry, I should reword my post. There is nothing wrong with having too many bodies of water in a county. Living extremely close to one would be bad for hurricanes, floods, and nor'easters. I am not particular about having bodies of water in a town, but I just wouldn't want to have my property border against water.
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