Lol. That's wishful thinking. You'd be lucky to get a 2 bed apartment in a not-terrible area with pretty bad sound proofing for that.
Unless you move out the areas where the tech companies are at(which is generally in dense cities).
It feels like a cheat code to retirement.
Anyways, no regrets ;)
I prefer flutter to react any day of the week, but react literally change the game for front end programming. Angular was hard to use, and while I've never been a great react programmer it's relatively easy to get started with
Sadly, I'd never use it (very attached to ergo keyboards these days). But nifty, if only for the nostalgia value.