I'd do it Vroom.
I live in the country, in Belgium, and we've got a lot of farms in my village here, and very old-skool type of people ... always willing to help out or chat, most of the day working hard, sitting on benches on the outside of their houses in summer, talking to anyone who drives by.
It's great to train outside during sunny of snowy days.
I study in the big city, and I appreciate it just as well ... because there is a sense of productivity in seeing all that movement when you walk the street.
However, when you get home after a week's work, you instantly calm, and come to rest in that certain sense of "home" .
I realise my situation isn't available or convenient for most, especially compared to the United States where everything is much further apart, but I prefer my country home over the city any day.
A drive to a bigger town is no pay off compared to what peace and rest can give you.