Squirrel Hill North
26 Best Places to Live in America
- Neighborhood in Pittsburgh, PA
Former Resident: This neighborhood is absolutely beautiful, with people so friendly, you’ll be waving hello to several of them walking down the street. Scenery is priceless, and there are many activities that are perfect to do with family. Wish I still lived here!
- 14,314 Population
28 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Philadelphia, PA
Current Resident: Ardmore, PA is a great city part of the Main Line. I enjoy the many restaurants and stores nearby and the Paoli Thorndale line, which easily takes you to Philadelphia. Where I live, all the restaurants and stores are easily walkable, which is why I moved to Ardmore. The schools are also excellent.
My only concern is with the amount of development currently going on. I worry it will push away affordable housing for many.
- 12,592 Population
29 Best Places to Live in America
- Town in Minnesota
Niche User: Eden Prairie is a magnificent place to live. The schools are spectacular! They provide students with additional help in subject they are struggling in and have numerous activities for students to participate in. The parks are amazing in Eden Prairie. They are well maintained and updated regualry. If I had the choice, I woudl one hundred percent choose to grow up in Eden Prairie. People are humble, caring, and overall very friendly.
- 63,206 Population
32 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Chicago, IL
Current Resident: This town captures it all! They have excellent public and private schools for families. There is a very small and quaint downtown area that has several restaurants and wine bars. A good old fashioned market with a butcher/deli, fruit store, oberweiss, Starbucks and many small businesses owned by our very own residents! The town resembles a modern day "Maybury" and yes almost everyone knows each other! I've Iived here for the past 12 years, since my son turned 5 and could start going to school and have loved every minute of it!
- 13,133 Population
33 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Chicago, IL
Current Resident: This is one of the most amazing places to live- ever. Everyone who lives here is ready to invest in their community and wants to form relationships with everyone around them. Everyone is friendly, and while it't not a place where you will know everyone, you'd be hard pressed to leave your house without running into someone you know. There are tons of activities; from farmers markets, to movie theaters, to religious groups- oak park really has it all! There are about 6 train stations located within or near Oak Park, so leaving and going into the city is fairly simple. Wonderful place to live, especially for families!
- 51,989 Population
35 Best Places to Live in America
- City in California
Current Resident: I moved here from Houston, Texas where you need a car to get everywhere. At first, the city does provide a bit of a culture shock because people are so eccentric, and almost too friendly! Over time though, this feeling wears off and you realize how invitng the people fo the city are. The city itself has wonders of food and entertainment for those keen on local treats. The amount of cultural food is absolutely insane and more diverse than any other city I have been to. Unfortunately, the only downside is that the cost of a house of apartment is extraordinarily high. Your best bet is t live near the outskirts of Berekley, away from campus. With this in mind, the bike safety rules are super strict and commutng via bike is safer than any oter city I have visited.
- 118,585 Population
36 Best Places to Live in America
- Neighborhood in Seattle, WA
Visitor: This location is great for those who work downtown and don't want a long commute. It is close to everything; restaurants, stores, downtown on Seattle waterfront. Not exactly a family neighborhood, more for career oriented singles or couples. Some street noises but nothing too bad.
- 3,977 Population
37 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Dallas, TX
Current Resident: Coppell is a very family friendly and safe city in the suburbs of Dallas, TX. The school district here is phenomenal and the environment is truly great. Coppell is a very environmentally friendly city. The whole community promotes recycling, volunteering, and fundraising. Healthy living is very big in Coppell, many people start off their mornings with group workouts, school sports, or just a trip to the local gym. Coppell offers so many jo opportunities, from restaurants to beauty, to the local gym, and so much more! I love how Coppell is not too big. I know where everything is, and it is not hard to find anything here. Everyone is friendly, and anyone can live here comfortably. We also have citywide events often in an attempt to bring our community closer together. Coppell is truly a comfortable and safe city to live in, and it is only a 20 minute drive away from Dallas!
- 40,631 Population
39 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Columbus, OH
Current Resident: Upper Arlington is a very safe community with superb educational systems. There is definitely a lack of economic variety and racial diversity which often results in the community to be referred to as a "bubble" by other neighboring communities. Overall, Upper Arlington is a great community for raising a family with a quiet, suburban lifestyle.
- 34,675 Population
40 Best Places to Live in America
- Town in Ohio
Current Resident: Great schools, great neighborhoods. A lovely, walkable community, with many beautiful, historic homes; large meadows with a creek winding through; village police force and services (trash & recycling).
- 4,497 Population
41 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Chicago, IL
Current Resident: We've lived in Long Grove for 10+ years and love it. The large lots, forest and great conservation areas make it feel so private and pastoral, yet it's close to everything with good train service into the city on two different lines. And the best high school in the state (Adlai Stevenson) in my opinion! Downtown LG (meaning the village proper) took a hit in the recession but it is coming back with several new restaurants and businesses now open. Still very atmospheric and New-Englandy.
- 8,065 Population
42 Best Places to Live in America
- Neighborhood in Dallas, TX
Current Resident: The neighborhood is nice and there are a lot of children in the neighborhood. My only concern is the speeding that occurs in Genstar Ln. because there are cars that go 40+ mph.
- 4,389 Population
43 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Milwaukee, WI
Current Resident: Elm Grove is a quiet village that is insulated from busy streets, fast food joints, strip malls, etc. I miss the sidewalks, streetlights, lake, diversity & liberal mindset of the east side, and we sometimes grumble about the lack of a great restaurant to grab a quick date night dinner... but I can't imagine leaving this little town. It is safe, the elementary school is phenomenal, and the village park is a hub for great events & activities. EG has a strong sense of community, and it's been a great place to raise a family.
- 6,085 Population
45 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Boston, MA
Current Resident: Brookline is a great place for young professionals to live! Located within a mile of Boston, Brookline is close enough to the city that those who are interested can easily amerce themselves in city life. Alternatively, Brookline is far enough away from the city that residents aren't in the hustle in bustle of late night bars, traffic or college students. Brookline is home to many delicious restaurants and has a handful of tasteful bars as well.
- 59,180 Population
46 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Columbus, OH
Current Resident: Wonderful town, full of great families and involved parents who care about their kids education and extra curricular. The city is very clean with beautiful winding streets, and well cared for landscaping. Beautiful golf courses add to the beauty of the town, and add value to the area. Great selection of restaurants, and close to Polaris and Easton shopping malls. Excellent schools with amazing teachers from Elementary to high school. Beautiful school buildings that promote learning and entice hard work.
- 12,436 Population
47 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb in Kansas
Current Resident: Great schools, neighborhoods and close to everything. Houses keep going up in value, as neighborhoods have beautiful curb appeal and people keep their property greatly maintained. However..alot of personality TYPE A's in Leawood, so alot of very perfectionist neighbors that can drive some people crazy! I.e..perfect lawns, perfect gardens, perfect etc. Not always fun living next to that...
- 33,763 Population
48 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Houston, TX
Current Resident: I've lived in Greatwood for over 18 years and have raised both of my kids here! With two of the finest elementary schools within the neighborhood, your kids will get an excellent education! Mine did! The beauty and aesthetics of this area are unique in that the first thing you notice are the trees and greenbelts. Perfect for running, cycling or walking your dog, the natural feel of the community is what drew us to it. With 3 beautiful pools, an 18 hole golf course and plenty of tennis courts and jogging trails this master planned community is one of the jewels in the Sugar Land area!
We absolutely fell in love with the area when we first saw it and were lucky enough to find a beautiful home located in a quiet cul-de-sac. Most of our neighbors have been here as long as we have and the secure feeling we feel is due to the constables that patrol the area regularly and the security cameras that are located throughout the neighborhoods.
- 12,040 Population
49 Best Places to Live in America
- Suburb of Cincinnati, OH
Current Resident: I found the city of Mason very friendly and inviting to people of color. It has excellent schools and people who care about their health and well being. There are many athletic opportunities for all levels to participate in. I really like the hometown feel of the city. Every summer the city puts on a "summer series" of activities ranging from all-inclusive parades to fun runs/walks, to fireworks and festivals celebrating Mason and its history. I really enjoyed the high school's homecoming parade and the outstanding marching band! WOW!
- 32,025 Population