We've picked out neighborhoods that offer great schools, ample playgrounds and parks, and safe streets
These neighborhoods, all within or close to major employment centers, make quick work of getting to work
If you prefer cozy nooks and crannies to grand living spaces, you'll be drawn to these areas, which boast inviting houses that are just the right size
Lectures, classes, concerts, sports teams—a campus brings a lot more to a place than just students and professors (or bagel shops and bars)
These neighborhoods offer the best of both worlds: houses that have period charm in places with plenty of shops, services, and nightlife nearby.
Whether they need repairs or are simply a bit off the beaten path, the houses in these neighborhoods will have budget-minded buyers scrambling for their checkbooks.
Big cities, small towns, take your pick. These 10 diverse neighborhoods boast gracious old houses and features that will suit just about any lifestyle
Our northern neighbors have vouched for these places, which include a 1920s paper-mill community and a hip section of the oldest incorporated town in Canada
We might even say that we, ahem, struck gold with these neighborhoods, including an eclectic California enclave and an Alaskan community settled during the Depression
From the hometown of Martin Luther King Jr. to the birthplace of Tabasco sauce, these neighborhoods, with their rich histories, will charm you from the first moment you see them