Charlottesville Virginia is the number one place to retire according to Kiplinger!
Striking a balance between a high quality of life and low cost of living can be a difficult challenge for retirees. With that in mind, we offer five destinations that seniors might find attractive places to live in the second half of their lives.
Home of Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia, Charlottesville is a charming Southern city with an impressive array of cultural draws. Several prime art museums and a pedestrian mall can be found in the city’s neo-Classical downtown, while the Monticello Wine Trail and Shenandoah National Park are close by. It’s also two hours from Washington, D.C.
If you have been reading my Charlottesville Blog, you know that I have been telling you this for years. Find out why so many people (including myself) have decided to increase their quality of life and relocate to Charlottesville. Seeing Charlottesville Real Estate will be an eye opener.
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