Most people choose to retire close to their family, and to a place that is relatively cost, but there are a few places across the United States that may be worth living that are a little on the pricier side. For those that enjoy mountainous terrain, Denver, Colorado and Reno, Nevada, are two perfect destinations. For more of a tropical climate, retirees may want to look into moving to Carlsbad, California, or even Hilo, Hawaii. These destinations offer so much, even though their prices tag is higher than most.
- The Northeast region can be expensive, but Pittsfield, MA, Middletown, CT and Burlington, VT can be worth the cost for many retirees.
- Ann Arbor, MI and Providence, RI are college towns that are attractive to retirees who appreciate cultural and intellectual activities.
- Reno, NV features an appealing combination of outdoor attractions and a downtown full of restaurants, music venues and casinos.
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