Real estate in Maplewood, New Jersey, ranges from multimillion dollar mansions to charming suburban houses priced lower than what you would pay for an apartment in Manhattan. Consider, for instance, the four-bedroom, three-bath colonial at 25 Yale St., now on the market for $700,000. The house was built in 1928 and has been renovated recently.
The seaside community of Spring Lake, New Jersey, is a popular summer spot, thanks to its low-key sandy beaches and peaceful boardwalk. The town was once a Victorian-era summer resort, and is full of gorgeous period houses and historic inns.
Providence, Rhode Island, has a relatively low cost of living, with a median listing price of $229,900, according to Zillow. And there's a pretty wide range of real estate here: 18th and 19th century colonials, modern condos, and mid-century single-family houses, to name a few. Here's a taste of what's out there.
Some of the real estate in Woodstock is quite breathtaking. Take, for instance, the three-bedroom, three-bath house with a stone tower at 85 Ohayo Rd. Upper West, now on the market for $1,050,000. Built by a master stone mason in 1984, the house is known locally as Volovski's Stone Tower House.
Amherst's housing stock is varied, and there are quite a few historic houses here, including this 18th century saltbox house at 1055 South East St., now on the market for $447,500. The house is located right on the South Amherst Common and was built in 1742, and has been updated for modern living.
Knoxville has a fairly low cost of living as compared to the nation at large and has a median listing price of $239,900 according to Zillow, which is slightly below the national average of $282,000. If this sounds appealing to you, here's a taste of what's out there.