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Today's In Depth Review:

Williamsburg, VA   With its understated elegance, safe, prim neighborhoods, slight collegiate vibe and rich history, Williamsburg beckons. It is a great retirement spot!

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Jensen Beach, FL  A quaint, unassuming town known for its sea turtles and outstanding fishing

Breckenridge, CO  A trendy, touristy town tucked in spectacular mountain scenery

Murray, KY  A quiet college town near the Land Between the Lakes recreation area

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Myrtle Beach, SC  

Endless beaches, affordable housing, a good hospital and a bounty of of entertainment options are Myrtle Beach highlights. Is it a great place to retire?

 

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Sebastian, FL  

Sleepy Sebastian sits along the Indian River Lagoon on southeastern Florida's Treasure Coast, an area so named because Spanish ships lost their treasure along the coast during the early 18th-century.

Arcata, CA  

Along the scenic northern California coast, the compact, walkable town of Arcata is sandwiched between mountains and the northern edge of Humboldt Bay, which is separated from the Pacific Ocean by a barrier island. Originally founded as a timber town in the mid-1800s, today Arcata is the home of Humboldt State University (population 8,200 students).

Solomons, MD  

For much of its history, which dates from the 1600s, Solomons (also known as Solomons Island) was an isolated, closely knit community. It has been an oyster processing center and a busy shipyard and is situated at the mouth of the Patuxent River and the Chesapeake Bay in southern Maryland.

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San Angelo, TX   

Called the "Oasis of West Texas," San Angelo boasts low living costs, mellow charm, safe neighborhoods and friendly people. It is a great retirement spot!

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Chokoloskee, FL  

Between Everglades National Park and the Ten Thousand Islands on Florida's far southwestern coast, remote Chokoloskee sits on equally remote Chokoloskee Island. It was essentially its own little world until the 1950s when the Tamiami Trail connected neighboring Everglades City to the rest of Florida.

Mountain View, AR  

Tucked in a valley in north central Arkansas' lush Ozark Mountains, rural Mountain View started in 1878 and has a somewhat touristy vibe. It is known as the "Folk Music Capital of the World" and is a popular place with music lovers from around the region.

Bandon, OR  

This cute, tranquil Coos County town is tucked along the rugged southern Oregon coast. It is burrowed near the south side of the Coquille River's mouth, a place where water views invigorate the soul.

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Las Vegas, NV  

Unlimited amenities, top-notch medical facilities and outstanding outdoor recreation are Las Vegas highlights. Is it a great place to retire?

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Alachua, FL  

Alachua got its start in the late-1880s, and the origins of the town's name are open to debate. Alachua may be a Native American term for "rolling prairie." If so, it is an apt description for the land surrounding this small town.

Ocean View, DE  

Quiet and safe, Ocean View touches Indian River Bay and is bordered by the Assawoman Canal and White's Creek in southern Delaware. It is also adjacent to popular Bethany Beach, a high-end seaside resort just the east. Ocean View dates from 1889 and has quadrupled in size during the last couple of decades.

Carolina Shores, NC  

This Brunswick County town split from its nearest neighbor, Calabash, after battles over city services and ordinances. Despite its name, it sits about five miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean and does not have a shore or beach. It was incorporated in 1998.

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