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I love the landscaping and yard but I think it might be too noisy because it's at the intersection of a couple of what look to be busier roads.

https://www.realtor.com/reales...H_44011_M45975-29145


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On a golf course. Might be too far south for you.

https://www.realtor.com/reales...H_44050_M48295-77686


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I would steer clear of golf course communities. A couple of them here have found the courses unable to stand financially and you end up with more housing behind you rather than a course. Golf interest seems to be declining .


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I would steer clear of golf course communities. A couple of them here have found the courses unable to stand financially and you end up with more housing behind you rather than a course. Golf interest seems to be declining .


That's interesting. Many golf communities require you to buy in, and the community owns the course. In that case, I would presume you would get a say in what happens if the golf course part of the endeavor ceases to be financially worthwhile. Since lots of people back up to fairways, that would form a big coalition against fill-in development, and for something else, like reforestation.
 
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