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Where to live in North Carolina

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I currently live in Minneapolis area and am ready to get out of the cold winters. I lived in Charleston, South Carolina for 2 years and miss it. However, I always wanted to live in N.C. I need help trying to figure out where to look. We currently live 30 minutes from downtown Minneapolis and like it that way. I would prefer to be in a mid size town with access to a bigger town if needed. I want to be no more than an hour from the beach, if possible. Don't mind tripping it to the mountains every now and then. Lots of people like Asheville, but sounds a bit "Boulderish". As in Boulder, CO. Plus, if I am going to make the move, I want to be in a warmer winter area.

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