Many professionals would love to settle in towns that has a great environment and has the relaxing home feels. However, many are also still trying to figure out which town is the perfect for their real estate investments. Thus, people would always look for a place that is perfect to raise their families and makes sure that the children can have their childhood memeories. Especially for the new parents, they would love to have a home near the park and schools for easier access. This article will show you the list of the richest towns in America, where you might think of moving in to.
#40. Deer Park, Illinois
Deer Park is a village located in Lake County, Illinois. According to the 2010 census the population is 3,200. It is also considered to be one of the few areas that is left in Chicago that has a green belt that is bordered by two large natural areas that has an access to open space and outdoor recreation. The village is also home to some of the dining and shopping destinations such as Town Center Promenade, and Deer Park Town Center. The residential zoning has a lot size of 1 acre or more and mainly a single family home. The average household income in this village is $163,750.
#39. Town and Country, Missouri
Town and Country is a city located in the western part of St. Louis County, Missouri. It has a population of 10,815 as per the 2010 census. The median household income of the people living in Town and Country us $164,649 and considered to be one of the highest median household incomes among the other cities worldwide. The city is also included in the St. Louis, MO-IL Metropolitan Statistical Area, and is the home to the Bellerive Country Club, that hoste the 1965 U.S Open, the e 1992 PGA Championship, and the 2018 PGA Championship.
#38. Clarkson Valley, Missouri
Clarkson Valley is located in St. Louis County and is considered to be one of the best places to live in Missouri. Residing in Clarkson Valley offers you a rural atmosphere and most of the residents own their homes. There are also a lot of parks and restaurants in the city that can be accessed by the residents. The dwellers are also considered to be conservative, and the public schools are highly rated. The median household income in Clarkson Valley is $162,452 and the median home value is $603,500 which is said to be affordable.
#37. Woodbury, New York
Woodbury is a village and town located in Orange County New York. The population of the town according to the 2010 census is 10,686. In 2006, the village was incorporated and comprises all of the town that is not part of the village of Harriman. The region is previously called as Woodbury Clove, and is part of the Poughkeepsie–Newburgh–Middletown, NY Metropolitan Statistical Area including the larger New York–Newark–Bridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA Combined Statistical Area. Now, Woodbury is located in the southern part of the Orange Country and the town has 4 schools as part of the Monroe-Woodbury Central School District. The average median household income in Woodbury is $166,568.
#36. North Barrington, Illinois
North Burrington is a suburb located in Lake County, illinois, that has a population of 2,769. It is considered to be one of the best places to live in Illinois. Living in North Barrington enables the residents to have the country feel and most of them owns their homes. There are also a lot of parks that can be found in North barrington. Also, there are schools such as The North Barrington Elementary School, which is the only public school inside the village. The median household income in North Barrington is $167,625.
#35. Lake Forest, Illinois
Lake Forest is a city in Lake County, Illinois. According to the 2010 census, the population of Lake Forest is 19,375. The city is along the shore of Lake Michigan and is considered to be part of the Chicago metropolitan area and the North Shore. The Lake Forest was established together with Lake Forest College. Lake Forest was laid out to be a town in 1857 and was a stop for travelers before making their way to south Chicago. The Lake Forest City Hall was designed by Charles Summer Frost and has been completed in 1989. Originally, it houses the fire department, city offices, and the Lake Forest Library. The median household income is $169,122.
#34. Franklin Farm, Virginia
Franklin Farm indicates to bothe census-designated place or the CDP, and a planned community that is located within the Oak Hill section of the Fairfax County, Virginia. The Franklin Farm CDP was named for the older planned community that is contained within and had a population of 19.288, according to the 2010 census. The population was then divided into 6,197 housing units that were spread across 4.78 square miles of land. Established in 1980, Frank Farm has six fishing ponds, 14 tot lots, six tennis courts, three multiple courts, two swimming pools, one sand volleyball court, and 180 acres of open space. The median household income of Franklin Farm is $165,549.
#33. Fairfax Station, Virginia
Fairfax Station is also a census-designated place or the CDP in Fairfax County, Virginia. The population, according to the 2010 census, is around 12,030. Situated in Northern Virginia, its center is located 22 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. As for its education system, Fairfax County is among the top public school counties in the entire United States. Six elementary schools are available for the children of Fairfax Station, of which is the Fairfax Station and Silverbrook Elementary for the northern part and the William Halley Elementary for the southern part of Fairfax Station. The median household income is $170,130, and the residents use their transportation for them to commute.
#32. Hinsdale, Illinois
Hinsdale is a village located in Cook and DuPage counties of Illinois. It is a western suburb of Chicago, which has a population of 16,816, according to the 2010 census. The majority of the population lives in DuPage County. The ZIP code is 60521, which is considered to be in the top 1% of the wealthiest towns in Illinois and is the sixth-wealthiest ZIP code in the United States among the areas that have 20,000 or more population. Hinsdale has a rolling, wooded topography with a downtown that is just 22 minutes via express train ride going to downtown Chicago on the Burlington Northern line. The median household income is $171,453.
#31. Dellwood, Minnesota
Dellwood is a city located in Washington County, Minnesota. It is also a suburb of St. Paul. The Minnesota State Highway 96 set out to be the main route in the community. According to the 2010 census, the population of Dellwood is 1m063. The median household income of the city is $171,750. The public schools in Dellwood are reportedly spending $17,025 per student, and the average expenditure in the United States is $12,383. Also, the estimated ratio of 18.3 students per teacher. Dellwood was ranked 7 in the top ten list of the wealthiest cities in America last 2007.
#30. Broadlands, Virginia
Broadlands is also a census-designated place or CDP located in Loudoun County, Virginia. It is a 1,5000-acre master-planned community that is incorporated with an active lifestyle and modern living within a natural environment. Broadlands was started and developed by Van Metre Homes in the 1990s. It was built on the wetlands and is certified as a Community Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. According to the 2010 census, the population is 12,313, and the median household income is $173,093.
#29. Chevy Chase, Maryland
Chevy Chase is the name of both an unincorporated census-designated place (Chevy Chase (CDP), Maryland, and a town. It is straddle in the northwest border of Washington D.C. and Montgomery County, Maryland. Chevy Chase adjoins Friendship Heights, which is a famous shopping district. It includes a prestigious event for 4-Hers throughout the nation to attend, the National 4-H Youth Conference Center, which hosts the National 4-H Conference, and the National Science Bowl annually in either late April or early May. The median household income in Chevy Chase is #173,333, and the median home value is $897,000.
#28. Brambleton, Virginia
Brambleton is also a census-designated place located in Loudoun County, Virginia, off the Dulles Greenway. According to the 2010 census, the population of Brambleton is 9,845. In 2001, the construction of the Brambleton community started. Brambleton is an award-winning master-planned community that is located just 2,500 acres of land near Ashburn, Virginia. The median home value of Brambleton is $560,000, and the median household income is $173,690. Among the adults, 79.5% at least has a bachelor’s degree, and the poverty rate is just 1.5%.
#27. Fulshear, Texas
Fulshear is a city that is located in northwest Fort Bend County, Texas. It is inside the Houston –The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area. According to the 2010 census, the population in Fulshear is 1,134. The city is also zoned to schools in the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District or the LCUSD, and the Katy Independent School District or the KISD in different portions. The median home value in Fulshear is $415,900, and the median household income is $174,194. Among 64.2% of the adults at least has a bachelor’s degree. The poverty rate of Fulshear is 2.5%.
#26. Coto de Caza, California
Coto de Caza is also a census-designated place, and a guard-grate private community located in Orange County, California. The 2010 census revealed that the population of Coto de Caza is 14,866. The CDP us a suburban planned community that has about 4,000 homes and considered to be one of Orange County’s oldest yet most upscale master-planned cities. The Coto de Caza has a Los Ranchos Estate, which is a 355-acre rural community composed of 75 large custom homes. The median home value in the Coto de Caza is $958,100, and the median household income is $174,943.
#25. Dranesville, Virginia
Dranesville is also a census-designated place located in Fairfax County, Virginia. Dransvilee is situated on Leesburg Pike, which is State Route 7, and it is interacting with Georgetown Pike, which is the State Route 193. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Deanesville has a population of 11,921 as of 2010. The town is named after Washington, Drane, who is a settler who moved from the District of Columbia in 1810. He then started the operation of Drane’s Tavern. The Dranesville Tavern is under the list of the National Register of Historic Places. The median home value in Dransevill is $562,000, and the median household income is $175,772.
#24. Fort Hunt, Virginia
Fort Hunt is a census-designated place that is also located in Fairfax County, Virginia. The name of the CDP came from Fort Hunt, which was built on the bank of the Potomac River to defend Washington D.C. in 1897, from the naval attack. It is now a public park. The area is also well-known for its high population of senior citizens and for being the first suburb to be in wealthy Fairfax County. As per the 2010 census, the community of Fort Hunt is 16,045, and the median household income is $176,169.
#23. Highlands-Baywood Park, California
Highlands-Baywood Park is also a census-designated place or CDP located in San Mateo County, California, United States. According to the 2010 census, the population of Highlands-Baywood Park is 4,025. Also, according to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 1.8 miles or 4.7 km2, and none of it is being covered by water. The median household income is $177,976, and the median home value is $1.321,600. The percentage of adults that have at least a bachelor’s degree is 66.1%, and the poverty rate is 2.9%.
#22. Flower Hill, New York
Flower Hill is a village that is located in Nassau Country in New York. The Village of Flower Hills is situated in the Town of North Hempstead. In the eastern half of Flower Hill is considered part of the Greater Roslyn area that is anchored by the Village of Roslyn. As for the western and northern regions are more closely correlated with Port Washington and Manhasset. As per the 2010 census, the population of Flower Hill is 4,655. The median household income of the village is $178,750, and the median home value is $1,2237,000.
#21. Bellaire, Texas
Bellaire is a city located in the southwest of Harris County, Texas, situated in the Houston-Sugar Land–Baytown metropolitan area. According to the 2010 United States Census, the population of Bellaire us 16,855. The city is surrounded but the towns of West University Place and Houston. Bellaire is also known as the “City of Homes,” giving credits to the residential character. However, there are offices along 610 Loop that is restricted to the city limits. The median home value in Bellaire is $803,000, and the median household income is $195,018.
#20. Belmont, Virginia
Belmont is a census-designated place located in Goose Creek in Loudoun County, Virginia. As per the 2010 census, the population of Belmont is 5,966. The CDP is located along the Belmont
Ridge Road is also known as State Route 659 between State Route 7 and the Dulles Toll Road, also known as State Route 267. There are two significant subdivisions that makeup Belmont. It is the Belmont Country Club, which is the bigger one and the Belmont Green, which is the smaller one. The median household income of Belmont is $195,882, and the median home value is $679,100.
#19. Upper Montclair, New Jersey
Upper Montclair is also a census-designated place that is an unincorporated community and a neighborhood within Montclair in Essex County, New Jersey. According to the 2010 census, the population of Upper Montclair is 11,565. The location is also known to have a lot of parks such as Bonsal Nature Reserve, the Bonsal Nature Reserve, Mountainside Park, Anderson Park. Also, Upper Montclair has the largest pool among the three public pools in Montclair. The median household income in Upper Montclair is $196,285, and the median home value is $726,200.
#18. Floris, Virginia
Floris is also a census-designated place that is located within the Oak Hill area of Fairfax County, Virginia. It is situated in the northwestern part of Fairfax County, south side of Herndon and around the intersection of Centerville and West Ox Road. As per the 2010 census, the population of Floris is 8,375. Floris also gives its residents access to different schools such as Rachel Middle School and private schools, which is the Nysmith School (PK-8) and King Abdullah Academy. The median household income in Floris is $198,068, and the median home value is $668,500.
#17. East Hills, New York
East Hills is a village located in Nassau County, New York, situated on the North Shore of Long Island. It is also considered to be part of the Greater Roslyn area, which is anchored by the Village of Roslyn. As per the 2010 census, East Hills has a population of 6,955. The Village of East Hills is mostly situated in the Town of North Hempstead with a little portion in the Town of Oyster Bay. The median household income in East Hills is $199,000, and the median home value is $970,100. The poverty rate in East Hills is 1.4%, and the adults that at least have a bachelor’s degree is 80.9%.
#16. Clyde Hill, Washington
Clyde Hill is a city that is located in King County, Washington. It is also a portion of the Eastside region, situated to the east of Seattle and is bordered by the cities and towns of Hunts Point, Kirkland, Bellevue, and Yarrow Point. As per the 2010 census, Clyde Hill has a population of 2,984 and based in capita income, the city danks 4th of the 522 areas in the state of Washington. Clyde Hill is also listed as the richest town in Washington State by Slate. The median household income in Clyde Hill is $205,500, and the median home value is $1,668,700.
#15. Darien, Connecticut
Darien is a town located in Fairfield County, Connecticut. It is 37 miles northeast of New York. As per the 2010 census, the population of Darien is 20,732, and the land is of Darien is just under 13 square miles. It is considered to be the smallest town in Connecticut’s “Gold Coast.” Darien is one of the wealthiest communities in the United States, and in 2010, CNN listed the town number 2 on their Money’s list of “top-earning towns” in the United States. The average household income in Darien is around $341,090, and the median home value is $1,398,600.
#14. University Park, Texas
University Park is also one of the upscale residential areas known for its main feature, which is the Southern Methodist University. Within the campus, it is the home of the McFarlin auditorium, which is a state theater for high-profile lectures and concerts. Also, the Meadows Museum is in University Park, which has a Spanish art form coming from the 15th century onwards. In the area, there are various laid-back cafes, sandwich shops, and fashion boutiques surrounding the Snider Plaza. Nearby is the Caruth Park that has play areas and a fishing pond. The median home value in University Park is $1,193,800, and the median household income is $211,741.
#13. Greenville (Westchester County), New York
Greenville, famously known as Edgemont, is also a census-designated place located in the town of Greenburgh in Westchester County, New York. As of 2010, census the population in Greenville is 7,116. The majority of the residents in Greenville refers to call the area Edgemont, which came from the name of its school district. The median household income in Greenville is $212, 042, and the median home value is $905,200. Also, the percentage of adults that at least has a bachelor’s degree is 79.1%, and the poverty rate in the area is 3.8%.
#12. Belvedere, California
Belvedere is an incorporated city that is located at the San Francisco Bay in Marin County, California. The town consists of two islands and a lagoon that is connected to the Tiburon Peninsula by two causeways. According to the 2010 census, the population of Belvedere is 2,068, and the per-capita income of the residents is $250,000 as of the year 2000. The city is considered to be one of the highest income cities in California and ranks eight at the highest-income community in the entire United States. The median home value in Belvedere is $2,000, and the poverty rate is 2.2%.
#11. Winnetka, Illinois
Winnetka is a village located in Cook County, Illinois, and is just 15 miles north of downtown Chicago. According to the 2010 census, the population of Winnetka is 12,187. The village is considered to be one of the wealthiest places in the nation when it comes to household income. It is also the second most affluent village in Illinois. Winnetka also has different schools, three elementary schools, and two middle schools. Among the schools are the Samuel Sewall Greeley, Hubbard Woods, and the Crow Island. The median household income in Winnetka is $216,875, and the median home value is $1,019,800.
#10. Wolf Trap, Virginia
Wolf trap is also a census-designated place located in Fairfax County, Virginia. It is situated in the northern part of Fairfax County. As per the 2010 census, the population of Wolf Trap is 16,131. Also, Wolf Trap is the home of the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts. The median household income in Wolf Trap is $218,750, and the median home value is $891,100. As for its poverty rate, it just 1.7% and the adults that as least ahs a bachelor’s degree is 84.3%.
#9. Travilah, Maryland
Havilah is a census-designated place and an unincorporated area located in Montgomery County, Maryland. It is also located near the upscale suburban community of Potomac. However, Travilah does not own zip code. Given that the area is unincorporated, Travilah’s boundaries are not officially characterized, but it is recognized by the United States. As per the 2000 census, the population of Travilah is 7,442, the household is 2,366, and the family is 2,122. The median household income is $225,104, and the median home value is $1,072,600.
#8. Great Falls, Virginia
Great Falls is a census-designated place located in Fairfax County, Virginia. As per the 2010 census, the population is 15,472, and it was an 80.5% increase from the 2000 census. The median household income in Great Falls is $230,450, and the median home value $1,130, 400. The CNN Money ranked Great Falls to be the first in the nation on its list of the “top-earning towns” in 2011. The CDP also offers different schools. Most likely, the students attend in Great Falls Elementary School, Colvin Run Elementary School, and Forestville Elementary School.
#7. Los Altos Hills, California
Los Altos Hills is an incorporated town located in Santa Clara County in California. According to the 2010 census, the population of Los Altos Hills is 7,922. The town’s ZIP code is 94022. Los Altos Hills also appeared on the Forbes list of America’s most expensive ZIP codes in 2017 and was ranked third most expensive town in the United States. In 2019, an analysis from Bloomberg ranked Los Altos Hills’ fourth most affluent town in the United States. The median household income in Los Altos Hills is $248,218, and the median home value is $2,000,000.
#6. Atherton, California
Atherton is an upscale incorporated town located in San Mateo County, California. As per the 2010 census, the population is 6,914. As of 1990-2019, Atherton was recognized as having the highest per capita income among the towns in the United States that has a population between 2,500 and 9,999. It is also regularly ranked as the most expensive ZIP Code in the United States. The average household income us $443,403. The town also has different schools Encinal, Las Lomitas, and Laurel for elementary and Selby Lane for both primary and middle school.
#5. Cherry Hills Village, Colorado
The city of Cherry Hills Village is one of the home rule municipalities situated in Arapahoe County, Colorado. As per the 2010 United States census, Cherry Hills Village has a population of 5,987. The city is part of the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area. The city has already hosted two PGA Championships, which is in 1941 and 1985, and the U.S. Women’s Open at Cherry Hills Country Club in 2005. The community was named after the grove of cherry trees that are located near the original townsite. The average household income of Cherry Hills is $390,224.
#4. Bronxville, New York
Bronxville is a village located in Westchester County, New York, that is just 15 miles north of midtown Manhattan. According to the 2010 United States census, Bronxville has a population of 6,323. In 2016, the CNBC rated Bronxville as the most expensive suburb among America’s ten largest cities, having a median home value of $2.33 million. Also, in 2017 and 2018, Bronxville was raked eight by Bloomberg’s “America’s 100 Richest Places,” and ninth in 2019. The average household income in Bronxville is $334,848.
#3. Princeton, New Jersey
Princeton is a municipality that has a borough form of government located in Mercer County, New Jersey. However, in 2013, it is now established its current form through the consolidation of the now-defunct Princeton Township and Borough of Princeton. As per the 2010 United States Census, the population of the municipality is 28,572, considering the former township’s population of 16,265 and with the 12,307 from the former borough. Aside from the prestigious Princeton University, the city offers a lot of other schools.
#2. Clarendon Hills, Illinois
Calderon Hills is a village located in DuPage County, Illinois. The 2010 census revealed that the population of Calderon is 8,427. The town also has a station on Metra’s BNSF Railway Line, which gives daily rail service between the Aurora, Illinois, and Chicago, Illinois. As for education, the United States Department of Education awarded a Blue Ribbon to the Clarendon Hills Middle School, in recognition as one of the top schools in the nation. The average household income in Calderon Hills is $199,325.
#1. South Kensington, Maryland
South Kensington is also a census-designated place that us an unincorporated area located in Montgomery County, Maryland. Given that it is an unincorporated area, the boundary of South Kensington is not officially defined. According to the 2000 census, the population of the South Kensington is 7,887. The household is 3,061, and the family us 2,170. The average household income is $199,260. There are many restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and parks in the area. The public schools in South Kensington are also highly rated.
Almost everybody dreams about planning and securing their future. A lot of people have already had insurance and investments to prepare themselves for whatever comes ahead. One of the most significant life investments is to have a home wherein they could raise and live with their families there. This article might be showing the wealthiest cities, towns, or suburbs. Still, with proper investment planning and excellent money management, you can secure your home in the given locations.