Your home is the one place in the world where you should feel content, satisfied and happy. However, if you’re feeling less than elated in your current situation, it might be time for a change of scenery. Which prompts the question: Where would you go?
For possible answers we turned to the recent Gallup-Healthways report on the “State of American Well-Being.” The study analyzed an array of factors to arrive at lists of communities whose residents have the best physical and emotional well-being.
The writers of the report organized their findings into rankings of large, midsize and small communities. But if you’re just looking to live in a happy and healthy environment — regardless of population — we suggest starting at the top of their overall rankings and working your way down. Here’s what you can buy in each of these 10 cities.
NOTE: All descriptive information comes from listings on realtor.com. Properties were on the market and listed as available at the time of publication in April 2014 unless noted otherwise.
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