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Old 09-06-2015, 03:32 PM
 
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Was looking at houses in that area, few blocks away from the post office, was there in middle of wk in afternoon, was quiet neighborhood it seemed. Not much stores/business there, it seems the closest major grocery stores are on rte 11 in cicero (10 miles away) Then someone else told me there were rattlesnakes there?
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(was also looking in clay ny, taxes seemed to be high there)
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Old 09-06-2015, 09:13 PM
 
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They may have referred to Rattlesnake Gulch, which is just Route 298 going by/through the swamp.

Bridgeport has some stores in a plaza and free standing. I thought there was a grocery store there, but I could be wrong on that. I don't think it is big if they have one. If not, you could go to the Wegmans or Wal*Mart in East Syracuse or the Tops in Fayetteville, as they may be a little bit closer.

I believe depending on where you live in that area, you are either in the North Syracuse or Chittenango school district.
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Old 09-07-2015, 08:07 AM
 
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Thanks for your reply. It seems very quiet there which is good, but for me who doesn't drive I would be better off looking around brewerton or clay, those areas close to rte 11 w the stores on it.
An online search shows some grocery stores in Bridgeport, but probably small and expensive.
Thanks again for your feedback, anyone else please post.
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Old 09-08-2015, 08:31 AM
 
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Thanks for your reply. It seems very quiet there which is good, but for me who doesn't drive I would be better off looking around brewerton or clay, those areas close to rte 11 w the stores on it.
An online search shows some grocery stores in Bridgeport, but probably small and expensive.
Thanks again for your feedback, anyone else please post.
If you don't drive, I would look into places closer to Syracuse or a village, which will have some walkability. Brewerton would be a better bet than Clay, which is a big town, by the way. There are some things you can walk to in Brewerton, but I think that the infrastructure in regards to walkability is is limited, if it is even present. Is employment a factor?
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Old 09-08-2015, 08:35 AM
 
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Yeah if you don't drive and want to be in suburbs, def look at a Village - Liverpool, Manlius, Baldwinsville, etc. Places like Bridgeport and Clay are not walkable.
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