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Old 02-17-2011, 11:59 PM
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This is only my second year owning here, not sure of your assumption/ quote "I am sure villages have different "personalities." From everyone we've met here, I don't think so. By "Prestigious", I assume you mean the houses cost a lot more... yes there are many villages and areas within each village that cost more but I would (based upon my experience) suggest that they do NOT have different "personalities". (as in my above title, not sure what you meant) but based upon my limited experience here I do not think there are different personalities from village to village. I only state this because of your statement of how sure you are..
Also, many post, including one on this thread, referred to (in my opinion) a frequently commented "Village" line of delineation as north and south of 466.
Implying that all the houses north were built many years earlier that south. When in reality the houses north of 466 were built in the last twenty to seven years ago and the houses south of 466 were built from eight years ago to now. Thus relatively speaking quite a few villages both north and south were built within a couple of years of each other. As will be the houses built now just north of and south of 466A.
Anyway, even though villages maybe advertised, as you said, "prestigious" it may be, by and of big bucks but definitely not for "Horsey, Sailors or Good Golfers".
Tbugs, take over.
I would wager that there are people who are "horsey, sailors and good golfers" in most villages. There are also people who are doggy, Army, Marines and poor golfers in most villages.(Not necessarily the same people.)

An intellectual is reported to live in one of the villages.

We also have one resident liberal.

Just kidding.

We have two.

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Old 02-18-2011, 06:18 AM
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OOOHHHH!!! There's another liberal? Quick, where? Where? (Actually, there are several of us, most are just in the closet -- we play post office A LOT.)
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Old 02-18-2011, 07:23 AM
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Default Gracie girl you are so cute...

so clever to leave off the name of your Village, because we all agree, ours is best....giggle....



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Mine is absolutely the best because of the mix of houses and the way people keep their yards so pretty and the people here have the greatest golf carts and the get togethers here are stellar and my golfing partners are the most patient and our dogs are the cutest and we have the most talented artists and the best musicians and the cooks are the greatest and people are so flexible and kind. We have a mix of ages and backgrounds and experiences.

Yup. My village is the best.
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Old 02-18-2011, 07:26 AM
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Hadley is the best!!!!
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Old 02-18-2011, 07:29 AM
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I would wager that there are people who are "horsey, sailors and good golfers" in most villages. There are also people who are doggy, Army, Marines and poor golfers in most villages.(Not necessarily the same people.)

An intellectual is reported to live in one of the villages.

We also have one resident liberal.

Just kidding.

We have two.
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