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Old 03-19-2017, 08:54 AM
 
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Hello,

Would like some local advice on the Easton area of townhomes on Chestnut Commons Ct off of Chestnut Ave between Zucksville Rd and Sycamore Ave.

Is this a nice, safe and convenient area?

How would the commute to NYC from here be?

Thank you in advance.
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Old 03-20-2017, 06:40 AM
 
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I would not have any concerns about this area or the other one you posted on (Camilia) in terms of safety and convenience. Note that while these areas have an Easton mailing address, they are technically in Forks Township. I assume you will be taking a bus to NYC. Regardless of where you get on the bus, by the time you get from your house to the bus stop, wait for the bus, ride the bus into NYC, then get from the bus terminal to your workplace, you are probably looking at 2 hours each way assuming the weather is fine. It's not for everyone.
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Old 03-20-2017, 09:04 AM
 
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I would not have any concerns about this area or the other one you posted on (Camilia) in terms of safety and convenience. Note that while these areas have an Easton mailing address, they are technically in Forks Township. I assume you will be taking a bus to NYC. Regardless of where you get on the bus, by the time you get from your house to the bus stop, wait for the bus, ride the bus into NYC, then get from the bus terminal to your workplace, you are probably looking at 2 hours each way assuming the weather is fine. It's not for everyone.
Agree. About 2 hours each way on the bus, assuming no accidents. You could drive in about 90 minutes, assuming you commute off hours.

In terms of safety, that area would be absolutely fine.
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