From the mountains of Colorado to the seaside towns of California, there is a little something for everyone looking to live in America. But with 50 states and numerous cities to choose from, it can get a bit tricky to find the best place to settle down.
Both Niche and Money compiled data based on education systems, location, the cost of living, and more, and named these cities the finest places to live in their respective states.
Home to the University of Idaho, there is always plenty to do in the town of Moscow, especially downtown on game days! With a population of 25,319, the town isn’t nearly as big as some might assume, making it an odd mix of a college town and suburb.
With an average home value of $229,900, Moscow’s small-town life, hiking trails, and bike paths might look very attractive to some people!