Centrally located in the Mid-Atlantic region on the east coast of the United States, Virginia is an ideal spot to settle down. Its location allows easy access to the North and the South of the eastern part of the U.S. Boasting all four seasons and beautiful mountains in the western part of Virginia, as well as miles of sandy ocean beaches to the east, this state is beautiful year-round. With a bustling capital toward the south in Richmond and Alexandria to the north, Virginia isn’t just for lovers, it’s for everyone. Here are 14 of the top places to live in Virginia.
The capital city of the Commonwealth of Virginia and an independent city since 1871, Richmond is a great place to live. It is home to Patrick Henry’s “Give me liberty or give me death” speech given at St. John’s Church in 1775. There are over 200,000 people living in Richmond, making it one of the largest cities on this list. The median income is a little above $30,000, making it also one of the more affordable cities on the list. Like most cities, Richmond has an abundant number of local and authentic restaurants, along with gardens, parks and memorials. Maymont is one landmark that shouldn’t be missed. Monument Avenue is filled with history, as is the Hollywood cemetery. The Hollywood cemetery offers a step back in time and amazing memorials of some of the greats throughout history. Richmond is a city offering a diverse array of amenities for all walks of life.
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