Annapolis, Maryland (44)
The sailing and boating center of the majestic Chesapeake Bay and the Mid-Atlantic, Annapolis is a nice blend of colonial charm and modern sophistication. Also the home of the US Naval Academy and the state capital of Maryland, the area is rich in history, culture and character. Located less than 30 miles from both Baltimore and Washington DC, locals warmly welcome visitors and proudly share the museums, shopping, dining and natural beauty that abound in this historic, waterfront city.
Areas included in Annapolis, MD: Eastport, Edgewater, Highland Beach, Hillsmere Shores, Londontown, Parole, Severna ParkClick here to recommend your favorites in Annapolis, MD.
Areas of the city of Charleston: Downtown (Peninsula), West Ashley, James Island, John's Island, Folly Beach, Kiawah, Seabrook, Mt. Pleasant (East Cooper), Daniel Island, Sullivan's Island, Isle of Palms, Wadmalaw
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Jacksonville shines brightly on the banks of the St. Johns River at the center of Florida's First Coast. All the amenities of a large city with the feel of a beach town make this a desirable place to work, live and visit. From the zoo to the beaches and professional sports to high end shopping, you'll love everything from the lifestyle ... to the landscape.
Areas included in Jacksonville, FL: Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Atlantic Beach, Baldwin, Neptune Beach, Amelia Island, St. Augustine
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Northern Virginia and DC (122)
Life is anything but all business in our nation's capital. Inside the Beltway, global power brokers mingle among tourists at cosmopolitan restaurants, shops and some of the finest museums, galleries and historical sites in the world. Outside the Beltway, suburban communities have unique personalities of their own with neighborhood favorites serving up cuisine and couture. With six professional sports teams in the area, you'll want to get out and play. From beaches to the rolling mountains, extensive parkland and agricultural gems like the Virginia wineries beg even the most fervent city dwellers to take to the land.
Areas included: Alexandria; Arlington, Fairfax & Loudoun Counties in Virginia; the District of Columbia; Bethesda and Potomac in MarylandClick here to recommend your favorites in Metro Washington DC!
Savannah, Georgia (37)
Savannah that appears in your dreams.
While historic homes and magnificent
oaks strewn with Spanish moss proudly
perch around her squares, there is thoroughly
modern presence that abounds thanks to the
influence of the Savannah College of Art and Design and the funky boutiques that line Broughton Street and are tucked away on side streets and just outside of the downtown area.
Areas included: Downtown, Hutchinson Island, Garden City, Pooler, Richmond Hill, Isle of Hope, Skidaway Island, Tybee Island, Whitemarsh Island, Wilmington Island
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A Busy Betty Dream! Sunshine, picturesque views from atop the hills, and towering palm trees. Sherman Oaks and Studio City are connected by the corner cafe, local business, and boutique lined Ventura Boulevard. Considered by many to be the undisputed residence of the Valley Girl, a cultural label popularized by the song and 1983 movie of the same name. You never know what or who you may see here.
Two communities of endless possibilities and so little time.
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Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill make
up this historic, entrepreneurial and eclectic
mix of cities commonly known as the Triangle.
Though this area is mainly recognized for its
popular major universities, as well as the
nation’s largest research park, the Triangle
is anything but “all work and no play.” Raleigh, the state’s capital, is home to a rapidly growing metropolitan area, vibrant with performing and visual arts. Coupled with Chapel Hill’s lively music scene and Durham’s rich African American heritage, the Triangle truly offers something for everyone.
Areas included in The Triangle: Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Cary, Apex, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest
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Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Upstate is anchored by Greenville, Spartanburg and Anderson. From boutique shopping downtown to mountain lakes off winding roads and modern cuisine in highrise buildings to apple picking in secluded orchards, no matter your aesthetic, you'll find your spot in this beautiful area.
Areas included in Upstate, SC: Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, the Lakes, Simpsonville, Laurens, Easley
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