More Top Ten Affordable Spots to Live

by on October 5, 2009

6. La Crosse, WI
Let’s start with the beauty of the upper Mississippi River area and mix it with a little skiing and just for good measure throw in some camping, fishing and hiking opportunities and you’ll have a pretty good idea why 50,000 people are willing to brave the chilly winters up here.

7. Loveland, CO
At the doorway to Rocky Mountain National Park sits stunningly beautiful Loveland. As if that’s not enough, the town itself boasts another 27 public parks and nearly 16 miles of scenic trails and with nearly 300 sculptures along the way this is truly one of the jewels in the crown of America.

8. San Luis Obispo, CA
Hard to think that anything California could be a bargain but tucked in a scenic little valley not far form the coast lies San Luis Obispo. It features a wonderful college, pretty little wineries and some of the best beaches in California just minutes away.

9. St. Augustine, FL
Many who live here consider this the oldest city in America. Founded in 1565 by the Spaniards, this community of 13,000 residence have managed to maintain it’s colonial charm.

10. Upper St. Clair, PA
Located just minutes from Pittsburg, this quaint little burg was the epicenter of the Whiskey Rebellion of the late 1700’s. It is considered one of the top towns to raise children as the school system is one of the highest ranked in the country, with over 98% of it’s high school graduates going on to college.

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