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    Default Family life in Tom Price

    Hi,
    Other half is looking at work in Tom Price, and just wanted some more info. We have two boys (4yo and 2yo) and another on the way. What are the schools like? What is the housing like (thru Rio)? and any other info would be greatly appreciated. I have read other posts, but they are a few years old. Any new/ updated info would be great. Thank you

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    Hi. We left Tom price in September but I loved it there.
    The schools were great. We lived in area w so dealt with north Tom price. Great school.
    The housing is very good for company housing. I have lived in worse.
    Good luck. Tom Price is a nice place

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    I just had to mention, do you live in gove?
    Funny thing is we did before we moved to TP. For 3.5 years

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    Hi Mysticme, thanks for the feedback. What made you ask if I was from Gove?

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    Hi, how does the housing compare to the Rio housing here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by perana View Post
    Hi Mysticme, thanks for the feedback. What made you ask if I was from Gove?
    Your post code on your profile!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by perana View Post
    Hi, how does the housing compare to the Rio housing here?
    A lot of the houses are really nice. Some are dodgy but still ok. Can't get too much smaller than the standard 3 in gove. If that is where you are

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    Duh the good old post code!!! Very new to this. Yes the 3 bedroom houses are very small, just wondering if we'd get a 4 bed house as we'll have 3 kids (no teenagers). Thanks so much for your feedback, been very helpful.

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    There are some who got 4 beds with 3 kids but the 3 bedroom places in area w are really nice

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    I guess we'll see how it all pans out. Thank you so much for your insight, it was great to read from someone who had lived there recently. All the other info I have read has been a few years old. Also thank you for the feedback on the school. One final question: did you get a choice of where you lived (the areas, as schools are zoned)?


 

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