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5/24/11 8:53 A

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I live in Plainsboro - and it's a great community! Most of the homes (all of the condo communities lining Plainsboro Road) are bikeable/walkable to grocery stores and the large community park with dog run. There are also a lot of walking/biking trails around the communities and near the water. It's near Princeton, which is great for nightlife (We're 26, and it's more of a grown-up New Brunswick). There's also the train station close by, with express trains to the city. While the "downtown" area is somewhat small, Princeton an Hightstown are close and have nice areas for that as well.

Home prices are very affordable for Central Jersey, and the school systems are really good. It's a wonderful town to live in, and the convenience can't be beat.

Let me know if you have any questions!

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I live in Lawrenceville--the school district is very nice- it is somewhat quiet-quick access to I95 and Rt. 1. 40 minutes from the shore. Mercer County.

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4/3/11 1:14 P

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think about Metuchen or buying in North Edison.................... lots of nice green areas for biking - nice downtown and street fairs.............. and great starter homes in the area of the YMCA. good luck


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4/3/11 10:19 A

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The school system in South Brunswick is pretty good. With how amazing their marching band is its doubtful that that school district will cut the music & art programs. There isn't really a "down town" area in South Brunswick but parts of Dayton you can ride your bike down to the Stop and Shop. Also with Kendall Park its a bit farther of a bike ride but it can be done to that Stop and Shop. There is also a Bus station/ Park and Ride to NYC just outside of Dayton but still in South Brunswick.

I don't know a lot about the Plansboro School district. I know its rather large. But Plansboro has a down town area with a SuperFresh near it. The houses around there look cute. They're kind of small. There are some BIG parks in the area one with a lake. Its Close to Princeton Junction Train station- problem is parking there. That line is NE Corridor. I think there is a bus that goes from the town area of Plansboro to NYC but I'm not sure.


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My fiance and i are currently in new brunswick and are looking to buy a house. We would like to live near a nice downtown where we could be active- ride bikes to get groceries and such but also needs to be affordable (so westfield, while otherwise perfect, is out. SuggesTions?


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