Best Old House Neighborhoods 2010: Family Friendly

For our third annual Best Places to Buy an Old House contest, what we looked for was simple: oft-overlooked neighborhoods populated by people who share an appreciation of finely crafted homes that have plenty of past and lots of future. And what we found—with the aid of our friends at, who helped us contact thousands of neighborhood groups, real estate agents, residents, and preservationists for nominations—was mighty impressive.

Whether it’s becasue of the good schools, safe streets, or neighbors who look out for each other, here are 22 great places to raise your kids.
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