Top 20 Places To Retire In The U.S.
16. Blacksburg, VA
Located in Western Virginia, Balcksburg comes in at number 16 on our list of best places to retire. The home of Virginia Tech, this college town located 4.5 hours of the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., is a great place to retire thanks to a cost of living that over 7% below the national average and its mild climate.
15. Bluffton, SC
Located between Hilton Head, SC and the interstate, Bluffton, SC comes in at number 15 on our list. Offering stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean, an average home price of $197,000 and an extremely walk-able city and you’ve got the makings of a fantastic place to retire.
14. Boise, ID
The State Capital of Idaho comes in at number 14 on our list: Boise. This city offers retirees a dry temperate climate, a solid economy, and an average home price of $168,000. Mix in a low crime rate and lots of bicycling and walking opportunities city wide and you’ve got a strong contender for best place to retire.
13. Bowling Green, KY
The city where all Chevrolet Corvettes are manufactured must be a pretty cool place. Also the home of Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green comes in at number 13 on our list. With a low crime rate, and an average home price of just $138,000, you won’t be disappointed.