Looking to buy in Westfield (need some advise) (houses, school)
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I know this has been posted before by some and i have read some of what people have said about some parts of westfield being less desirable than some others.
We are looking to purchase a home and do not want to break the bank to try to keep up with the "Jones'"
I have a question.
1- reading some of the other posts i see that people say that the southern part near the train line is a bit less desirable. is this due to the 2 family homes or is there something else that i should question.
I would love to hear some feed back from some people who live there as well as areas to be weary of and why i should be weary of them.
thank you for your responses my family and I love westfield as well as cranford. are are torn between the 2 we have been going to both towns lately and do see the differences between sizes of houses.
Like many we want a to make our dollar stretch farther.
our hunt still continues to find a place we can call home.
If anyone has any nice little insights or tidbits into westfield it will be much appreciated.
We live on the South side of Westfield, and we like it a lot, no issues. However, Central Ave on the south side is a busy thoroughfare, so if you live East of Central you'd be crossing a busy street to get to school.
There are actually some very large houses in sections of the south side - $1m or $1.5m+
I'd just look for a nice house in Westfield and worry less about which side.
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