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Old 04-15-2012, 05:25 PM
 
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Blech. I don't think there's a single thing I like about that house. Everything I would NOT want in a sharply-angled shape of some kind, in a drab color. And an electric range. That house is selling by the square footage, not by its looks.

Wait! I do like the cabinets. And the dark bathroom with the small tiles is all right.
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Old 04-16-2012, 10:01 AM
 
Location: Deep in the Woods
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You can't see it, except for one very ambiguous gate along Seneca Turnpike. It's behind homes and properties, down low... there are rolling hills around it and forest separating it from view. Most people don't even know it exists to that extent. There's a quarry station down (downhill, it's slightly northwest) by the highway... trucks rumble in and out and that's about it. That huge area isn't even used anymore.

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Hey proulxfamily, I drove through that area of Pompey on Route 20 that you really love. Its a beautiful area. The hills on that road- my goodness. I think I roasted the brakes on my truck. That's one road I would not want to drive down in a snowstorm! Beautiful countryside- hope it stays that way.
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Old 04-16-2012, 12:52 PM
 
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Hey proulxfamily, I drove through that area of Pompey on Route 20 that you really love. Its a beautiful area. The hills on that road- my goodness. I think I roasted the brakes on my truck. That's one road I would not want to drive down in a snowstorm! Beautiful countryside- hope it stays that way.
Yeah, you have to take it easy on those hills. Great scenery and Fall seems to be the best time of year to travel on Route 20.
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Old 04-16-2012, 01:53 PM
 
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These homes may work as well: http://www.syr.interealty.com/ShowPr...ID=&ML=S263898

http://www.syr.interealty.com/ShowPr...ID=&ML=S267936

http://www.syr.interealty.com/ShowPr...ID=&ML=S264066 (not too far from Auburn and its synagogue)

http://www.syr.interealty.com/ShowPr...ID=&ML=S256226

Another Central NY community/area known for having a relatively high jewish presence is the South Utica/New Hartford area. You can look for homes in that area here: Homes for sale in Utica, Rome and Central New York#
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Old 04-16-2012, 06:29 PM
 
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Hey proulxfamily, I drove through that area of Pompey on Route 20 that you really love. Its a beautiful area. The hills on that road- my goodness. I think I roasted the brakes on my truck. That's one road I would not want to drive down in a snowstorm! Beautiful countryside- hope it stays that way.
So you can see why I like these southeastern hills and not the flatter, northern 'burbs? lol - the only exception is Liverpool. Those lush, clustered trees are wonderfully distracting from the flatness.
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