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With 90 acres of parks, sports fields, and trails, this L.A. suburb (itís a 25-minute commute) offers relief from urban congestion--and the weather to take advantage of it. Easy access to major freeways means that the beach and the mountains are both less than an hour away. Despite steep home prices, Southern Californians flock to Walnut because of its high-performing schools. But residents worry that a proposed 75,000-seat NFL stadium in the neighboring City of Industry could attract rowdy fans to this peaceful town. --A.W.Subscribe to Money Magazine
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