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bedroom community

See satellite community; also called a dormitory suburb.
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uk/news/property-news Zoopla's top 10 commuter towns for house price growth, with the major city nearby, the average house price and the annual growth rate: 1.
Mr Drumm, who normally likes to enjoy a cup of coffee down at his local cafe in the well-to-do commuter town of Wellesley, has not been seen at all lately.
A small town-house in the commuter town is also expected to fetch EUR6,500 by sleeping four during the week.
Alan Crosby tells the remarkable story of the growth, since 1800, of what is often presumed to be a nondescript commuter town in A History of Woking (Phillimore, 20) [pounds sterling].
Born in Brooklyn, I was raised in Middletown, New Jersey--a commuter town that lost almost 50 people on 9/II.
Shimamoto is a commuter town of about 30,000 located between Osaka and Kyoto.
the Toronto-proximate commuter town best known for its pricey lake-front properties, upscale eateries and quiet executive enclaves.
Now it's another commuter town for people that work in the San Fernando Valley.
The energy plant is located in the commuter town of Hoddesdon, with convenient links to the M1, M11, M25 and two mainline train stations.
WE REVEAL THE BEST COMMUTER TOWN NEAR NEWCASTLE - THE WINNER WAS CRAMLINGTON IN NORTHUMBERLAND Geoffrey Scott: "Although Cramlington is only a 17-minute train journey to Newcastle, the Chronicle reporters mustn't have travelled on them.
CAN you guess which is the best commuter town to live in around Newcastle?
Colinhill Grange is a distinctive collection of detached family homes set within the commuter town of Strathaven.