View Poll Results: What do you live on?

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  • Street

    25 30.12%
  • Avenue

    3 3.61%
  • Road

    17 20.48%
  • Close

    1 1.20%
  • Place

    5 6.02%
  • Way

    6 7.23%
  • Lane

    1 1.20%
  • Drive

    10 12.05%
  • Other

    15 18.07%
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    Avenue. About 13 houses and a couple of shops

    When I lived in england, I lived on a main road that had no name - it was the A513 which wasn't part of our address, so we had to have a house name and then the village name. But we were one of very few houses (mostly farms) on this road.

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    Other. I live on a Crescent, which goes up and down a hill with a slight curve. No idea how many houses, I guess around 50 and there are a few 'Places' off my street. We're up the top of the hill, which is great considering the ridiculous amount of rain we've been getting.

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    I live on a street, we're number 24, we live above a pizza shop, there's probably about 200 houses in the street and about 50 shops ...

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    We live on a Close. Its an L shaped cul-de-sac.

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    We live on main road address. It's an apartment complex.

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    Street, maybe 6 or 8 houses if that.

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    We live on a crescent number 6 of I dont know how many it bends around a corner

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    The house we own has THREE different addresses.
    Lot # , X road (Deed address, actual address, but the road was a cane paddock, we forced Council to put a road in to stop people driving through our property)
    Rural post ###, Y road (Address we give so people can find it, electricity and phone address)
    Rural Post ##, Y road (Rates notice address)

    The house we live in now is on a street. There are 340ish houses in the town, we are on a J shaped road, closer to the curve, our house is in the #200s

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    A road about 60kms long!

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    I live on a Turn, used to live on a Loop...

    I wanna live on a Parade. It just sounds nice.


 

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