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Dear Poll: Where Would You Prefer to Live?

Maybe you already feel right at home where you are. But if you're up for a little dreaming, I'm hoping to find out what kind of surroundings would most suit you. Tell me in the comments if you see your house in the desert, near the ocean or somewhere with a nice, long winter!

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JustMe21 JustMe21 10 years
I chose suburb, because that's where I always lived growing up and there was nothing wrong with it.
mabess mabess 10 years
i'm a country girl! i've been to NYC once, and while i had fun, i was ready to go in about 3 days. too many people, too little trees, just too too much going on. i love a lot of space and thankfully where I'm at in SC has plenty. my husband wants to move to the deep country out in Montana, so maybe one day.
Twinkle1 Twinkle1 10 years
I would love to live in London or NYC as long as I had a secluded country retreat so I could escape the hustle and bustle from time to time.
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 10 years
Jess I grew up in the OC too. Except back then it wasn't called the OC lol.
JessNess JessNess 10 years
I have lived in a couple of different settings. I grew up in the OC then moved to a "rural" horsetown (there are no sidewalks just horse trails) Now I live in a college community next to Santa Barbara. My DREAM is to live in London. However I also want to live in Italy or maybe Prague. I have made it a goal to live at least one year of my life in Europe. Im hoping that with my degree and the field I want to go in I can live in some of these areas
lickety-split lickety-split 10 years
we have 1/4 acre now, but the way it's set up we have a lot of privacy and i like that. everytime we talk about moving we go look and someone elses house is always looking into the yard or the house and i wouldn't like that. it's not so much the location for me as the amount of privacy and how peaceful it feels. i could always go for more yard and think about another acre would be wonderful.
pixiechick pixiechick 10 years
I want to live in the country!! But I have a horse that I wouldn't want to part with to live in a condo. Its just nice to wake up and have my horse greet me at my kitchen window! I just wish we had more property to ride her on.
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 10 years
I grew up in the 'burbs, spent some time in rural north-woods Wisconsin, and now live in the city. Like with all the men I have dated - they each had their strong points, but none of them have it all! :) I loved the beauty of Wisconsin but I struggled with being far away from good resaurants, theaters etc. The city just doesn't have the peace that I found in the country... I don't know if there is a place that has everything I want. But I imagine I'll find myself in a smallish town with a university in a really beautiful part of the country.
honeysugar28 honeysugar28 10 years
I love the city but would love to live in a house unfortunately to afford a house in the city is ridiculously expensive! :-(
iheartfooty iheartfooty 10 years
How do you find London andaman? I'd like to live there for a while but it is too expensive
iheartfooty iheartfooty 10 years
I am in an "country" area and was brought up in one, I'd prefer to live in a suburb with a good bus, train network into town...or also I can walk about and get fit or to relax....I used to live on the outskirts of cities where 30-40 mins you were in the city centre....bliss
LoveStoned LoveStoned 10 years
I grew up in an area where it was like "Urban, but in house in a gentrified neighborhood and some trees around" half "In a good suburb, with a lawn and a fence" so I know the hardships of having to shovel snow when its practically 4 feet of snow or having to worry about who is going to fix the boiler when its breaks down. And I'm not doing that again. So right now as I'm older, I want "Very urban, in a loft or a condo." Like Marci said, I can go to Central Park to see the trees. Hell, I do that now and I HAVE a backyard ***"And yet, let them scorn me as they will, strong traits of their nature have intertwined themselves with mine."- Nathaniel Hawthorne
Deba Deba 10 years
I cant live with many things from the city... I just cant
andaman andaman 10 years
If anyone in san francisco want to do house swap give me a call ! ha ha ha
andaman andaman 10 years
I would very much love to live in corsica as well as san francisco. I live in london now and it's fabulous but I think san francisco is lovely. I've been there before, it's so pretty and spacious. I would like to own a house in corsica too. Oh I how i wish i could win the lottery :)
Marci Marci 10 years
I grew up on Long Island but am a city girl through and through. I don't want a bit of land to have to maintain. Give me a condo where I can call maintenance when there's a problem, and when I want to feel the grass, Central Park is a short walk away. :)
i-heart-monster i-heart-monster 10 years
It's hard for us because we are both so different. I grew up in a suburb and love it. My hubbie is from Wyoming and grew up with wide open spaces so he wantst to live in the middle of nowhere. So, we comprimise, we live in a hick city on the skirts of the metropolis. I'm only 10 miles from civilization.
grl-in-the-world grl-in-the-world 10 years
My boyfriend and I hope to be able to buy a country property someday with a lot of land so we can take in lots of animals :)
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