Jersey is home to a lot of really wonderful, idyllic little towns.

Places like Allentown, Lambertville, Point Pleasant, Frenchtown, and Cape May always come to mind.

But according to a new study among singles, people are looking for that picturesque "white picket fence" town to call home.

You know the kind of place that feels safe, feels like home, is the kind of place you want to set up roots and call home.

The study revealed that there 3 towns in New Jersey where people feel they could live out this American Dream.

According to Dating News, Princeton ranked #91 out of 150 towns on this list as an ideal place to settle down, buy a house, and live out those "white picket fence" dreams, starting a family and building a life.

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Also on the list was Ridgewood at #41 out of 150 towns people picked, and Montclair at #36 out of 150.

Keep in mind the average home price in those three New Jersey towns is somewhere around 1 Million Dollars, not to crush anyone's dreams of living that "white picket fence" life, but just trying to keep it realistic.

What Was The #1 White Picket Fence Town In America?

According to Dating News, it's Greenville South Carolina.

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It's a place where Southern hospitality rules, the community is vibrant and welcoming, and it's warm more often than not throughout the year.

the average home price in Greenville is around 400 thousand dollars too, so this "white picket fence" dream is a little more realistic for the average American.

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