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Relocating to CT-Help

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My wife and I are 35yrs old with a 5 & 3 yr. We live on Long Island and want to relocate to CT. We LOVE Ridgefield, but it is expensive. Can you suggest a town like Ridgefield without the price tag? Things are important to us are:

1. Excellent rated public schools
2. A town like ridgefield with quaint village, trendy stores and cool people.
3. We want to be within 15 mins of the town but feel like we are living in the forest. we want to live on an acre + with lots and lots of trees.

*I work from home, so commuting is not an issue.

Thanks, Jon

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