The magazine listed key statistics for the city: a population of 76,760, median income of $60,869, median home price of $155,921, projected job growth of 4 percent and an average commute of 19 minutes. As for weather, it says the city sees 187 clear days per year. The magazine’s website highlights a photo of Mile of Music in its profile of Appleton.
Clarksville, Tenn., took this year’s top spot. In its writeup of the city, the magazine highlighted Clarksville as a place where “natural beauty coexists with a growing economy, unique small businesses are thriving, a cheap meal out rarely costs more than $12, and there’s always a trivia night, community event or concert on the calendar.”
To see the whole list, visit money.com/money/collection/best-places-to-live-2019.