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Old 11-03-2009, 08:01 AM
 
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Looking at a home on Morehouse HWY. Have not gone to see it yet. Just wondering is this is a busy/noisy street. How is the Fairfield Woods section with regards to child friendly etc.. Thanks in advance for any advice.
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Old 11-03-2009, 08:08 AM
 
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Morehouse Highway is kind of a long street that is cut in half by Lake Mohegan where it is only a dirt road. The north end, toward Congress Street is quieter but the southern end from the lake to Fairfield Woods Road is a collector street serving many homes and is kind of busy. During warmer weather many people use Morehouse Highway to get to the lake too.

Fairfield Woods is a beautiful area and great for kids though. I think you will like it. Jay
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Old 11-04-2009, 08:27 AM
 
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Looking at a home on Morehouse HWY. Have not gone to see it yet. Just wondering is this is a busy/noisy street. How is the Fairfield Woods section with regards to child friendly etc.. Thanks in advance for any advice.
I'd steer away from most of Morehouse Hwy. It can get pretty busy, and from what I remember there's not much in the way of sidewalk for a lot of it. We live in the Fairfield Woods section, and the area is very child friendly. Since there are very few sidewalks in the area (or in bad condition if there are any), most people on the side streets will slow down a lot as they pass someone walking, particularly if there's a child or stroller. We ended up walking with our son in a stroller once on Morehouse Hwy, and made a note to never do it again.
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