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Old 03-23-2014, 08:46 PM
 
Location: Philadelphia-G Town
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We currently live in Germantown and are looking to buy a single in Mt. Airy or Germantown. We're only finding twins in our price range. Does anyone have insight on Andorra? I'm not a big fan of Roxborough in terms of diversity and attitude of some of the people I've met there but it seems like one can actually get a single with a yard. We've seen some things in Andorra (Wise Mill/Wigard/Port Royal Ave)in our range and it seems quite different than the Ridge Ave/Dupont area. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 03-24-2014, 01:00 PM
 
Location: Philadelphia
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We currently live in Germantown and are looking to buy a single in Mt. Airy or Germantown. We're only finding twins in our price range. Does anyone have insight on Andorra? I'm not a big fan of Roxborough in terms of diversity and attitude of some of the people I've met there but it seems like one can actually get a single with a yard. We've seen some things in Andorra (Wise Mill/Wigard/Port Royal Ave)in our range and it seems quite different than the Ridge Ave/Dupont area. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Andorra is very quiet and nice. I especially like the section up by Port Royal/Cathedral/Old Line Road. One of my friends used to live there and the neighborhood has a lot of well kept singles and twins. The area seemed pretty family-oriented with a decent amount of older people mixed in. Very convenient having the shopping center around the corner with everything from the gym to the beer distributor right there. The best part was the access to the park on Bells Mill. It's also a quick drive to 309. Definitely more of a suburban feel than further down in Roxborough but if you're concerned with diversity, it's not especially diverse and people's attitudes seemed about the same as the rest of Roxborough.
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Old 03-24-2014, 05:43 PM
 
Location: University City, Philadelphia
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Oops, I thought you were referring to a little itty-bitty country (smaller than Luxembourg but bigger than Leichtenstein) between Spain and France. I was going to suggest the Travel Forum. We have a neighborhood here in West Philly called Angora ...
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