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Blueberry fields forever

Location played a big part in a couple's decision to build a house in Hammonton

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Posted: Friday, June 21, 2013 12:01 am

Hammonton was never the sort of place that attracted outsiders. Tucked away in the far western corner of Atlantic County and surrounded by blueberry farms and pine forests, the town of about 12,000 residents has been largely overlooked by house hunters. But in recent years, Hammonton's small town feel, rejuvenated downtown and convenient location halfway between the Jersey Shore and Philadelphia, has been luring more and more people from the outside world.

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