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Old 02-07-2007, 08:36 AM
 
Location: TTTC
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hi looking to buy a small townhome upstate ny with a 2 hr commute or so back to ny for myself and my fiancee we r in our 40 s and my 19 yr old son I need quiet hate living in qns any body have ideas??? thanks trish

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Old 02-16-2007, 05:34 PM
 
Location: Orange County, NY
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There aren't a lot of townhome communities in Minisink. For a smaller townhome you will be looking in the 250s for new/newish units in the Chester/Middletown areas. Newburgh/New Windsor are in the mid-300s for new townhomes. Resales in these areas will range from the low 200s to the high 400s and up. Monroe, which is the closest to Queens commute wise out of the bunch can be had in the high 200s for older townhomes and mid-300s to mid-400s for newer (past 10 years) townhomes. Of course there is also Washingtonville which is priced in the 200s for older townhomes. Did you have any idea where you wanted to start looking?
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Old 02-23-2007, 08:50 AM
 
Location: TTTC
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thanks u guys i so confused with moving stuff i justwantt to b away from all the crazyness in queens ny, I trying to figure out which direction to go in all replys will be appreciated thanks trish
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Old 02-25-2007, 06:49 PM
 
Location: New York State
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Why don't you think about buying a house? The smaller towns have more of those available than townhomes. I am not sure how long it would take to drive where you work in the city from here in Highland, but many people live up here and commute for work in the city. There are a few places around me. One is called Sunnybrook. This is a small, very quiet town. I used to live on Long Island, and there are many transplants here from there. We all came for the same reason, get away from the craziness! Now I want to move where it's warm. I am afraid that I will not find any town that has the same feel as this one down south. Oh well, good luck!!
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Old 03-02-2007, 10:04 AM
 
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Hi, I have lived in Glendale for the last 15 years and love it! I am relocating to Rockland but I would have lived in Glendale till the day I died if I didn't have to go...
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