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Top Ten Nicest Places to Live

posted May 12, 2015, 11:29 AM by Kialynne Bland
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  1. New York, New York

Living in New York City definitely has its pros, such being hundreds of job opportunities, amazing sights to view, and new people to meet. Plus, there is always something going on in the Big Apple, so you’ll never get bored.

  1. Boulder, Colorado

Like New York City, Boulder, Colorado has amazing views, but of landscape instead of city lights. This city is also an extremely healthy place to live due to its outdoor lifestyle and young population. It also comes with loads of activities to do in its wide open, natural space such as skiing and fishing.

  1. Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon is known for its great food and transportation. There are many varieties of food from different cultures with a friendly vibe to the restaurants that hold it. In addition, everything in Portland is walking distance. And while this is a big city, almost everything within it is natural --- there are trees, bikers, and space.

  1. McKinney, Texas

Given the city’s friendly residents, McKinney, Texas is a nice place to live. Its a modern, but natural city with a classic hometown feel to it. There are art museums, boutiques, and even shoe repair stores This is an affordable, comfortable, urban place to live with a touch of history to it.

  1. Seattle, Washington

Though it is rainy in Seattle, it offers a variety of living options, along with job choices. You could choose to live in the city, or in a little neighborhood. It is also an extremely safe place to live, placing as the fourth safest place to live in the United States.

  1. St. Paul, Minnesota

St. Paul’s housing is on point, with extremely modern and nice houses. This city is also big on fine arts and education. There is a considerable amount of parks and lakes to enjoy and gawk at, and the weather in the summer is perfect.

  1. Madison, Wisconsin

Similar to Boulder, Madison is big on landscapes, with mountains and lakes all around. Those who live in Madison have the options of biking, hiking, fishing, canoeing, etc. Madison is also close to Milwaukee, and has fantastic restaurants throughout the city.

  1. Carmel, Indiana

Carmel is full of jobs, and most of the jobs are walking distance. Everything is close by, and the people are friendly. There are many local events taking place in Carmel, such as neighborhood garage sales and farmer’s markets festivals. To many, Carmel, Indiana has it all.

  1. Ames, Iowa

Living in Ames is affordable, and is home to Iowa State University. Sports is also a huge thing in Ames, which brings the city together as a community. Overall, the city’s weather is nice and has many entertainment options such as stores and a huge public library.

  1. Rochester Hills, Michigan

This city is known for its strong economics, safety, and education. The homes in Rochester Hills are lovely and affordable, and the downtown area comes with dozens of food courts and stores.
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