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Definitely a town that if you don't branch out of you will be stuck in for a good majority of your life. It is home, so my heart is here but there isn't much to do truly.
Mercer County is a safe place to live with many busy towns. Each great town is full of shops and restaurants. It also is a great place to go out with friends.
Small town feel but close to major metropolitan areas. Higher education is accessible to anyone, from county college to Princeton U. Great train access to NYC and Philly. Arts and culture in Princeton, Lawrence, Trenton and more, and supported live music scene. I love it here.
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The quality of the buildings inside public schools could be better. The school I attend seems a bit run down Also, the people could be friendlier; it is very average here. However, I always feel safe for as long as I have lived here.
Excellent place to live. Schools are great, but school system is large; over 13000 students. Taxes are kind of high, my town is large.
Mercer county is a great county to live in. There is so much free land to take advantage of. There are mercer meadows which are a park with traits to take a nice bike,walk or jog. There is the watershed which has some beautiful trails. There is Rosedale lake which has a big dog park for dogs of all sizes to interact and exersive. There are a lot of great neighboring towns like Lambertville, Princeton or New Hope which are great places to walk around and look at the Delaware river. Overall, Mercer County is a family friendly place and a lot to do.
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