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  • West Oak Hill

    As you travel west down 290, the raised highway comes to an end in West Oak Hill. Many hill country farmers and ranchers travel to this thriving city entrance to sell fresh vegetables and flowers, firewood, iron art, hides, rugs, and a variety of countrified knick knacks. This nabe has …

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  • North Shoal Creek

    North Shoal Creek lives up to its namesake with a location far north of the city center. This nabe is mostly residential. Real Estate's composed of homes built in the 1960’s and newer apartment complexes. A quiet nabe with kind neighbors and convenient retail and shopping options, North Shoal Creek …

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  • Riverside

    The typical Riverside resident suffers from too-much-to-do syndrome. Ever since the hike and bike trail expanded to the east side, they just can’t resist the scenic route leading them towards music, theater, art, parades, festivals, and food in nearby nabes. Not that this nabe isn’t a cultural center in its …

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  • West Adams

    West Adams has long been a mecca for old house lovers, and appropriately so! The turn-of-the-century homes in this nabe are stunning examples of Colonial and Craftsman architecture. Through the years, these majestic buildings have stood proud as surrounding streets have sprouted new businesses and eateries, making West Adams not …

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  • Lincoln Heights

    Lincoln Heights is an East Los Angeles suburban nabe that offers all the excitement of an urban area with the calm scenery of a suburb. With the picturesque downtown skyline and Dodger's Stadium behind it, Lincoln Heights is a uniquely close-knit residential area. Lincoln Heights’ attractions include a great park, …

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  • Arts District

    Equal parts industrial and trendy, the Arts District is one of Downtown LA's fastest growing nabes. For years, the Arts District has been converting its industrial warehouses and abandoned buildings into chic new apartments, attracting a population of young artists and visionaries. Loft windows look out over the Los Angeles …

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  • South Florida

    If you're thinking about a vacation to Florida, try visiting places like the Florida Keys and Miami.

    One of the best places to visit over in that “red state” and no longer run by lil' brother are the Florida Keys. It's a breathtakingly scenic drive due south along the Overseas

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  • Road Trip: Chapter One, Section Two

    From Wellington, Florida, to El Paso, Illinois: Florida.


    We've planned this trip for a while now, and it was already time to make the move. My cousins' Ford Fusion, was perfect to go such distance. It was his brand-new car, red, and very sophisticated. We also had a police

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  • Brooklyn

    Invitingly residential while maintaining an industrial edge, Brooklyn’s charming one and two story homes cozy up to both a railyard and a river. Revered by its residents, Brooklyn has managed to remain mellow even while new businesses, boutiques, and brew houses begin to call this well-balanced nabe home. A place …

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