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Jan 6, 2013 10:23AM
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sounds like a lot of haters posting today. just because someone has a nice house, does that mean their snobby, elite, bastards? maybe its the obama generation speaking out, you know his type, that goofed off and did lots of drugs in school, got by on his charm, but then when it came time to get jobs these "cool kids" ended up working for the nerds they picked on, and now they hate them for being able to afford the nice big house. poor people do things on a daily basis, that keeps them poor and rich people do things on a daily basis that keeps them rich. and i am not rich at all, just know how it works.
Jan 6, 2013 8:13AM
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This list is an epic fail. Most families simply could not afford to live in these communities.  The number of shops or amenities does not outweigh this simple fact. 
Jan 6, 2013 5:29AM
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East Grand Rapids? Seriously? I live in N.E. G.R and know for a fact the the people of E. G.R. are rich yuppie a-holes who look down on the rest of us. Less than 8 minutes away is a great neighborhood with a large park (Riverside Park) where teh mean home prices is less than half that in East G.R.  What a fail.
Jan 6, 2013 12:07AM
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there's no san diego on the list . what a joke!  45 min. from the desert the ocean the mountains average temperature is around 72 degrees .the san diego zoo- the wild animal park -sea world-lego land the san diego chargers - padres - gulls  aztecs  no b ball but who cares we watch the lakers . san diego county is vast  from orange county to mexico and from imperial county to the ocean . many small incorporated and unincorporated towns make up the burbs of san diego .as you move inland from san diego city you  encounter the smaller communities that make up the suburbs of san diego county , poway,ramona , julian ,escondido ,fallbrook and so on .these are small communities with a small town feel .san diego is truely america's finest city  and its not even on the list !

Dec 4, 2012 7:52AM
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I dont' consider homes $700K and up to be "family friendly".
Oct 6, 2012 1:13PM
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The neighborhood I grew up in in Chicago was so tough that every once and a while a bunch of young sprouts would pick-up a lady of the evening, then chip in and taker her out and buy her a steak - we'd all just sit around and watch the pig pig out.  Of course we had to be finished by 9 or 10 pm because we all had to get to work - we were burglars
Oct 6, 2012 1:06PM
Oct 6, 2012 9:25AM
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What a stupid article and list.  The title of this article should be "10 best suburbs for wealthy, elitist, 'I make more than you ever will 'city lovers."  Usually, the point of moving to the suburbs is to take advantage of city perks without the high expense of living.  Most of this list, however, just shows high-priced suburbs that cater to those who can afford $1 million homes.  As a ten-year Denver resident, I can tell you that Cherry Hills Village is a snobby, rich, elitist community of McMansions that I wouldn't want to live in if you paid me to.  How about including western Denver suburbs like Wheat Ridge, Golden, or Broomfield, where the median home price isn't a million bucks and you're even closer to the mountains than the wealthy snobs in southern Cherry Hills Village?
Oct 6, 2012 9:06AM
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How about doing an article for areas with average priced homes?
Oct 6, 2012 7:31AM
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Wow, sounds like most here are elitist areas.  How about finding more awesome bedroom communities

(what the burbs were called long ago) where us working folk can afford to  live.  Some even have similar views and amenities.  Not many people own their own franchise 7-11 or are a CEO.  Think this is the wrong venue or be titled..."ha ha in your face"  places you can only wish you could live.

I think every great city has several of these outer edge communities some even with Convention Centers, Medical complexes and Theaters and Art Galleries.  I used to live 15 miles from the Mountains in a great suburb near Seattle and median home prices are in the upper 100's or low 200's. 

Oct 6, 2012 7:17AM
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Cherry Hills looks like a backwoods, gun-toting place to live -- what city lover in his or her mind would want to live in the sticks of Colorado??  LOL!!  good job MSN  --  ridiculous
Oct 6, 2012 7:03AM
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Cherry Hills??!?!!?!?!???  This is a joke, right?  Land of self-absorbed, yuppie snots.  Nothing but
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Gonzales,Texas is a relaxing and lovely town.
Oct 6, 2012 6:07AM
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You better have a really good job or be independently wealthy to live in any of these places.  What a lame article.
Oct 6, 2012 5:42AM
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Affordability and possible appreciation of real estate asset should also be considered...STONE MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA is very affordable right now some of the best prices on real estate homes almost anywhere..  Stone Mountain, a suberb of Atlanta, is very near Stone Mountain Park.....with biking trails and convenience to everything including downtown Atlanta just a 30 minute drive.  Prices of existing homes are so low that prices have no where else to go but up..believe it or not purchase a 3 bedroom 2 bath home in great move in condition  with fenced yard, azaleas, pink dogwood trees, roses and some woods for privacy for less than $500 per month at the current low interest rates!!
Oct 6, 2012 5:38AM
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One might want to think about the Land of Enchantment New Mexico after seeing these prices.

Oct 6, 2012 5:25AM
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For Huntington Woods MI you idiots show a picture of the golf course.  News flash people, nobody lives at the golf course and all golf courses look pretty much alike.  This article gives you no idea whatsoever as to what the city really looks like and the neighborhoods you will find in it.  It also fails to mention that once a year the city is part of the Woodward Dream Cruise which some may find fascinating while others find it to be a major inconvenience. 
Oct 6, 2012 4:34AM
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Cherry Hills?  Really?? If your in the top one percent, MAYBE!

Oct 6, 2012 4:24AM
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The Rossmoor picture is stil wrong. That's a picture of the globe at the entrance to Rossmoor Leisure World, which is an over 55 gated community near Rossmoor proper.

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