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Finding the Best Places to Retire Since 2006!

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Towns with Above Average Living Costs

By State:

A through E     Florida    G through L    M through R    S through W

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Bluffton, South Carolina

Located on a bluff above the May River on South Carolina's southern coast, Bluffton was built by wealthy plantation owners seeking a place to escape the summer heat.  It became a booming steamboat port but then suffered after both the Civil War and the Great Depression.  

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Isle of Palms, South Carolina

This affluent barrier island community is just 15 miles east of Charleston on the mid-South Carolina coast.  It may be best known for its clean beaches, weathered boardwalks and colorful eateries.

Red Hill, South Carolina

Located in eastern South Carolina, comfortable Red Hill is a quiet but fast growing unincorporated town about ten miles inland from Myrtle Beach.

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Loudon, Tennessee

Nestled in the foothills of eastern Tennessee's lush Great Smoky Mountains, charming Loudon was once a busy Tennessee River steamship port.    It is named after nearby Fort Loudoun, a reconstructed Colonial-era British fort.

Sewanee, Tennessee

Home to the University of the South (1,800 students), cozy Sewanee sits atop the Cumberland Plateau in pretty south central Tennessee. The university, also called Sewanee, is a liberal arts college and the heart and soul of Sewanee.

College Station, Texas

College Station is in the beautiful Brazos Valley deep in the heart of Texas.  It grew up around the railroad and sprawling Texas A&M University (54,000 students) and is a classic college town.   The population has grown by 35% within the last decade.

Keller, Texas

Attractive Keller, just outside of Dallas/Fort Worth is safe, well managed and growing.  Is it a great place to retire?

Salado, Texas

Along dusty Interstate 35 in central Texas, the charming village of Salado is a diamond in the rough.   It started out as a college town in the 1850s and was a busy stagecoach stop on the Chisholm Trail.   The college closed, but Salado morphed into a hip artists' colony and today thrives as a weekend getaway for people from Waco, Temple and Austin.

Abingdon, Virginia

Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains in lush western Virginia, attractive, artsy Abingdon is the Washington County seat and dates from the mid-1700s.  It has an active arts scene and is proud of its heritage.

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