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Outrageous/Funny Subdivision Names

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paragonrea

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This is the real legal description as recorded in Miami/Dade county public records.

Swastika Park Lot XX, Block XX in public records book 4 page 98.

How this name even made the books boggles my mind. How it is still listed with such a high concentration of Jewish people in the surrounding area is even more unbelievable. Any other names out there that are this outrageous?
 

jonhig

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How about subdivisions like "Eagle Ridge," "Deer Creek" and "Foxridge"? I think they name them after whatever they had to kill to build the subdivsion.:new_2gunsfiring_v1:
 

Tom Woolford

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Citrus Springs - No fruit trees and no surface water
Marion Oaks - mainly pine trees
Peaceful Acres - well it was until you let in all those guys with the atv's living in the wobbly boxes.

There are hundreds......
 

nauthead

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Gee, I thought it was Marion Croaks. Seems more accurate.
 

Mike Boyd

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Paragonrea is, it itself, a very funny name. However, I think I would be somewhat reluctant to use it except for here in the forum. LOL
 

Scott Kibler

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Paragonrea is, it itself, a very funny name. However, I think I would be somewhat reluctant to use it except for here in the forum. LOL

An antiboitic might help. :new_smile-l:
 

ccooper

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Tick Mountain.

Poverty Point (my neighborhood actually).
 

ccooper

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I've also been on Notaroad road.
 

murray stroupe

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Re Rightly named

Citrus Springs - No fruit trees and no surface water
Marion Oaks - mainly pine trees
Peaceful Acres - well it was until you let in all those guys with the atv's living in the wobbly boxes.

There are hundreds......
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Subdivision called @ the problem directly;
20 acre lots with those huge electric tower lines-named it ''tower line place''LOL. Sold out after a while
 
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