For a pretty penny, you, too could vacation in eco-friendly style in Boulder, Colo.
Got a hankering for a summer home and not a lot of cash? ATTOM Data Solutions’ newest report is a one-stop guide to the best places to buy a summer vacation home without breaking the bank.
The report analyzes the nation’s 100 most popular vacation home cities — where, according to ATTOM, at least one in every 12 buyers is looking for a second home — to find those with the best combination of good air quality, comfortable summertime temperatures, low crime, and appreciating home values — along with still-reasonable home prices.
Stick around for a look at all 100 vacation cities, or just follow after the jump for a top twenty cheat sheet.
Thirty miles from the grind of Los Angeles, in the middle of the dense woods of Santa Anita Canyon, sits a tiny cabin. Like where this is going?
Built in 1918, the cabin was home to Mike Pauro — a musician known as ‘Ajax Moon’ — a poet and fiddler for whom the spot is now named. Fiddler’s Crossing. Reminds us of something out of a folk story. And if rustic is your thing, you could buy a place in that story for a mere $50,000.
If the trailer for Disney’s new live action “Beauty and the Beast” gave you the fairytale goosebumps, you’re going to love this. Between now and March 31, you can enter to win a magical stay at castle in Scotland, courtesy of HomeAway.