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Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: Parks and Recreation

You'll find these neighborhoods near lakes, mountain ranges, parks, and other outdoor treasures that will suit your penchant for adventure

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: Lots to Do

These neighborhoods offer plenty of opportunities to enjoy concerts, films, the performing arts, and other cultural activities

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: Gardening

Vibrant flower beds, sculpted shrubs, bountiful vegetable gardens—these neighborhoods offer plenty of, ahem, growth opportunities

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: Fixer-Uppers

You've dreamed of restoring an older house's original charm—and aren't afraid to put in the sweat equity to get the job done. These are the places for you

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: First-Time Buyers

If you're anxious to sign on the dotted line, these neighborhoods feature well-crafted houses in great locations at still-competitive prices

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: Family-Friendly

We've picked out neighborhoods that offer great schools, ample playgrounds and parks, and safe streets

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: Easy Commute

These neighborhoods, all within or close to major employment centers, make quick work of getting to work

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: Cottages and Bungalows

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

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: College Towns

Lectures, classes, concerts, sports teams—a campus brings a lot more to a place than just students and professors (or bagel shops and bars)

Best Old House Neighborhoods 2013: City Living

These neighborhoods offer the best of both worlds: houses that have period charm in places with plenty of shops, services, and nightlife nearby.