Where In New England Should You Actually Live?
The big city calls, and only Boston can satisfy your needs. A hub for art, music, sports, and more, Boston is the perfect place for you to indulge in your love of culture as the intellectual you are. And with so much history, you'll be kept busy exploring the city the whole time you're there. To sum it up — go Sox!
Once ignored and maligned, Providence is a city undergoing a rennaissance. Not nearly as big as Boston, Providence still provides many big-city amenities, like renowned restaurants and performing arts, but at a more easily graspable scale. Providence strikes the balance between urban-chic and alterna-hip, and it's totally perfect for you.
It's time to drop all the hustle and bustle of city life and get away to the quiet, quaint Berkshires. The Berkshires have something for everyone — nature, strong local arts scenes, and world-class performances at places like Tanglewood. Slow things down and head out west to the Berkshires.
Looking for a classic suburban lifestyle? Head out to the western reaches of Connecticut, near the border with NYC. You like things to be classic and streamlined in your life, and this is the perfect place to drop the clutter and live an orderly, peaceful life.
The biggest city in Vermont, Burlington is perfect for people looking to strike a balance between urban and rural. You can enjoy the local art and music one day, then head out on an adventure into the Vermont wilderness the next. Oh, and a big bonus: Ben & Jerry's was founded here, so you'll probably get to eat lots of ice cream.
No, not not the one in Oregon. Portland, Maine, is a city by the sea, both classically historic and artsy-modern. If you love to eat, Portland is perfect — it's one of the top cities in terms of restaurants per capita. Basically, just move here now!
Time to get off the grid. Far off the grid. You know that living in beautiful solitude is the best way to be, and you don't need all the modern conveniences of city life to be happy. You like things simple and are always looking to be one with nature. Maine's got plenty of wide-open space for you to settle down in.
Thought of by many people as a vacation destination, Cape Cod is actually the best place for you to settle down. You've got beaches aplenty, more seafood than your stomach can fit, and tons of small-town charm to enjoy. Why only come for a vacation when you can live that lifestyle full time?
Manchester is a hidden gem — a city of over 100,000 people, yet still rarely talked about. Ranked as one of the best places to live and start a business, it's the perfect place for your entrepreneurial spirit. New Hampshire calls, and you should answer.