Pennsylvania, the Keystone State, is rich in history and culture. Plus, it is beautiful! You can’t go wrong moving to Pennsylvania, but there are some cities in the state that stand out for their education systems, their cost of living, and their job markets. Here are five of the best places to live in Pennsylvania:
While Philadelphia will not show up on many lists of the best places to the live, the suburb of Lower Merion outside Philly is an excellent choice. It is the highest of the three Pennsylvania cities of Money’s 100 Best Places to Live 2017 list. This is because the wealthy suburb is safe and has a high graduation rate.
Pittsburgh is undergoing a major resurgence with people from all over the country moving to this mid-sized city for its booming economy, low cost of living, and area attractions. In fact, Pittsburgh and its suburbs frequently appear on “best of” lists. Don’t believe me? Check of the Bellhops introduction to Pittsburgh to see why it is awesome.
King of Prussia
Most people are familiar with King of Prussia because it is home to America’s largest mall, but this city is also a wonderful place to call home. It is one of the safest areas in Pennsylvania and it is affordable. You should expect no less from a town named King of Prussia.
If buying an affordable family home and providing your children with excellent education options are priorities, then you should consider Radner Township, Pennsylvania. In addition to being home to major universities, its primary school system is excellent. It has also been named one of the Most Family-Friendly Philly Suburbs.
Hershey is known for its delicious chocolate factory, but Hershey is one of the best places to raise a family in the state. This smaller town of 15,000 has great schools that have ranked nationally.