#2 Best Places to Live in America
- Town in Indiana
Current Resident: Carmel is probably one of the best places in America you could hope to raise a family and have a good childhood in, it has got some of the best ranked school systems in the nation and the community is beyond friendly. I love that its not too big that it's overwhelming, but at the same time not small enough that someone could call it uninteresting!
- 88,595 Population
#5 Best Places to Live in America
- Neighborhood in Tampa, FL
Current Resident: Davis Island is no doubt one of the top places in the world.
Feels like a village setting with residents riding golf carts, two marinas, sailing club, running trails and even a small airport all within 5 min from downtown Tampa, all the restaurants, parks, Bayshore Blvd., Tampa's Riverwalk, TB Lightening arena, Ybor city and much more.
Best of all - the nicest people are your neighbors.
- 5,349 Population
#8 Best Places to Live in America
- Town in Michigan
Current Resident: Ideal family community. Strong public schools. The high school has full range of AP classes, kids score 4-5's. Excellent school music and art programs. Very safe. Kids make friendships across social classes. Religiously diverse metro area with Jewish synagogues, an Islamic mosque, a Hindu and Jain temple, churches with services in Chinese, Korean, and Spanish, African American churches, etc. Restaurants and grocery stores from many cultures. Many cultural opportunities at MSU. Parks, trails, lakes, farmer's market.
- 22,989 Population
#9 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Philadelphia, PA
Current Resident: I moved here and love it here. There is a huge park where my dog and I can Jog which has a pond and an outdoor amphitheater ,easy access to 202,etc...and so many nice people and dogs. The new townhouses are elevating the values of the older townhomes, and it's overall an amazingly safe, serene enclave. My dog has vast areas to play and see his "buddies" and there's an amazing dog walking company here(dogewalk.com) that gives my boy 2 walks a day at a great price! Great schools,huge park,dog fun...what else is there!
- 4,675 Population
#11 Best Places to Live in America
- Neighborhood in San Antonio, TX
Niche User: Growing up in Terrell Hills was an amazing experience. The neighborhoods are established and everyone there is kind. The parks are clean and even have book areas for children to read and trade books.
- 9,856 Population
Presidio of San Francisco
#15 Best Places to Live in America
- Neighborhood in San Francisco, CA
Current Resident: Great park. Beautiful sights, easy transportation to other activities. See Crissy Field and the views of the Golden Gate Bridge or the old Spanish fort buildings. Go the the Walt Disney Family Museum or Fort Point, which has been in it's location in one form or another since the 1700's!
- 4,117 Population
#16 Best Places to Live in America
- Neighborhood in Arlington, VA
Current Resident: Easy access to Georgetown, airport, trails, Potomac River paddling, gyms and casual eateries. Needs more nightlife and upscale dining but, it's in the works. Safeway is being remodeled. Great outdoor and social activities sponsored by Rosslyn BID! River Place is insanely cheap to live with pool, gym, and garage... and only 2 blocks from Metro.
- 3,024 Population
#19 Best Places to Live in America
- Neighborhood in Palo Alto, CA
Niche User: I love how friendly everyone is in Palo Alto. The only thing that we need to continue to work on is the high population of homeless people in the area - there is a church that provides assistance but it does not have overnight accommodations.
- 7,408 Population
#21 Best Places to Live in America
- Neighborhood in Tampa, FL
Current Resident: Harbour Island is centrally located in downtown Tampa. I love living on the water, and easy walking distances to the downtown area. Then this is a good location for me. I attend Eckerd College campus in Tampa and St. Petersburg location. My apartment complex is conveniently located to both campuses.
- 3,713 Population
#25 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of St. Louis, MO
Former Resident: One of the best st louis has to offer with it's safe neighborhoods, location and amenities. Lived here for a year and felt safe/comfortable and close to forest park, stores, other neighborhoods and the business districts. The little shops were nice and lots of foot traffic was not weirdos like other areas in the city. community center nearby and overall an excellent place to live. Only issue was with living in an apartment near residential area was making friends. people were more reserved here and I think homeownership is important to fit in.. I would recommend this area to anyone with a family and a well/okay paying job.
- 8,466 Population
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