like? Do you enjoy living there? Are there a lot of trees and/or greenbelt areas? Is it multicultural?
Large houses and large lots. Some trees. Wisconsin is not what anyone would call a multi cultural state, so no. We hate living here.
On the side of the street that I live on are all brick houses that are basically the same. I like my neighborhood because everything is convenient. It is multicultural.
I live in Very rural America....on a rural tree lined country road, where folks ride their horses on weekends, tractors are a common site and folks in trucks....behind me is a pasture of cows, across the street is some of my land with a cow and my goats and chickens living in it, to the left are trees that line our property, to the right is another field with my animals. I have two huge pecan trees and my swing in the front yard....
I love, Love Love it :)....dont have to worry about close neighbors, we dont lock the doors and the keys are in the cars
Pretty rural but there is a decent size road close by to get wherever you need to go. Cows up the street, across the street, Sheep one of our neighbors. Not multicultural, no. Not out here at all. The city nearby a little bit, though not very multi.
We have almost 5 acres.
Live on 6 acres, most of it trees. We have a small pasture and a pond and live on a dirt road. We have neighbors but we live in the country. Across the street is a big pasture where there is cow's, and mountain range. We live 5 miles from our little town of 3,500. Not multi cultured, just a bunch of rednecks in their trucks.
I'm in rural PA. We own 26acres of land, mostly wooded and a creek runs alongside our property. We love it. We have neighbors but they aren't too close. We are close enough to town that it's convenient. It's not hugely multi cultural. We do have a large Latino population.
It is nice and quiet here. Lots of small yards, some with trees
Our townhouse complex is on a large park, and as we are suburb of a large cosmopolitan city which is also a seaport, it is very multicultural. I feel safe here, and know a lot of my neighbours.
Lot's of trees, older homes, fringe street in a neighborhood people try to get into because of the schools and whatnot. I like living there but I'd rather live at the beach.
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