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A suburban or smaller neighborhood is a residential or mixed-use community, with homes situated in an urban or rural setting either by commuting distance of the city or town or as part of an independent urban community. Some of the main characteristics of a suburban community are that houses are built on larger lots, and are surrounded by trees, and yards and lawns are usually relatively large. While some suburban neighborhoods may have a single family home, most suburbs include multiple home types, such as duplexes, condominiums, apartments, townhouses and detached single family homes.

Another common suburban characteristic is the use of asphalt roads. In urban areas, roadways are usually concrete and are designed for car travel only. Urban residents who need to use the roadways frequently should look for communities that have curbside parking, or a neighborhood where residents often park on the street rather than on the sidewalk. If one lives in a suburban or rural neighborhood, he or she might be used to the use of driveway parking, but it should not be the only feature of the neighborhood. If the neighborhood has a single family home, then driveway parking might not be a problem, and in these neighborhoods, many of the residents own their homes, so it would not be practical for the neighborhood to incorporate a community center or clubhouse, which would require additional funds to construct.

In some suburban neighborhoods, large families live close together in close proximity to one another. This makes the community much like a smaller town, where the houses are usually of similar size and are close to major amenities such as schools, shopping centers, and hospitals. In other suburban neighborhoods, there may be single family homes, but there is not necessarily a single school within the neighborhood. This can be a drawback, since most suburban schools do not have enough money for extra resources such as computers, science laboratories, athletic facilities, or playground equipment.

In some suburbs, there are parks located within the neighborhood's neighborhood, such as tennis courts, parks, or recreation areas. Although these may seem like features that are important in a suburb, some people consider these amenities unnecessary. In reality, when one lives in an area where there are large numbers of homes and a large number of residents who use the local community center regularly, and when the majority of residents are used to a certain type of lifestyle, these amenities become more of an asset than an expense.

The most obvious disadvantage of living in a suburban or a rural community is that the residents must travel further to get to the nearest part of town, since the majority of the community is built far away from any major cities. It can be difficult to commute to work, since many suburbs have a longer commute time than those in larger metropolitan areas. In addition to long commutes, a large number of residents in the suburban community would have to drive to get to work, thus reducing the overall community's overall convenience factor.

One advantage of living in suburban or rural areas, compared to urban neighborhoods, is that many residents of these neighborhoods are closer to the local amenities such as grocery stores, malls, shopping centers, schools, and hospitals. The suburbs also allow more variety in design, style, and the ability to use certain aspects of a community to its fullest extent. Residents can opt for smaller backyards, and walkways, and many neighborhoods may have streets that connect various parts of the neighborhood. Most suburbs have many parks and public buildings, though these are usually located outside of the main city limits. However, many suburbs still have plenty of undeveloped land, and in this rural setting, most homeowners are satisfied with the appearance of the community.

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