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post #16 of 19
Looks like a great plot of land. I envision something more like this:

http://sandyspringbuilders.com/image.../house05lg.jpg

I think I'd level a bunch of the trees too so you can see more of the distant hills.
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by kabert
Looks like a great plot of land. I envision something more like this:

http://sandyspringbuilders.com/image.../house05lg.jpg

I think I'd level a bunch of the trees too so you can see more of the distant hills.
Exactly. More in that style. That looks very nice.
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by zjpj83
Huntsman, I lived in Millington for 12 years!
Best,
Z

Small world. I didn't live in Millington but I always liked it there. As much as I deride New Jersey for other things, that Somerset-eastern Hunterdon-lower Morris county area is the absolute best of the state, and I wish you well.

Regards,
Huntsman
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by Huntsman
Small world. I didn't live in Millington but I always liked it there. As much as I deride New Jersey for other things, that Somerset-eastern Hunterdon-lower Morris county area is the absolute best of the state, and I wish you well.

Regards,
Huntsman
I've lived--or at least my parents have--in Somerset County since '86. So as much as I love my home area, it still can't touch everything west of the 'burbs north around the Appalaichiain Trail for natural beauty and the greater Princeton area for gentrified surroundings. Actually, everything outside of the Philly to NYC commuter corridor is still pretty beautiful. All y'all who won't venture off the Turnpike can go suck an egg

Tom
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