Friday, May 19, 2017

America's Most Expensive Housing Markets -- Four-Bedroom Homes -- May 19, 2017

I find this list most fascinating for any number of reasons. Only once city in Washington State, but two cities in Minnesota. Connecticut, expected. Massachusetts: only two cities. But look at California. Wow.

Only six states represented: CA, CT, MA, MN, HI, WA. Is every state a blue state? If so, think about that. I wonder if any of these cities has a wind turbine, or a solar farm? Just saying.

Business Insider, November 10, 2015:

25
Winchester
MA
24
Westport
CT
23
Mercer Island
WA
22
Medina 
MN
21
Sherman Oaks
CA
20
Wellesley 
MA
19
Moraga 
CA
18
Cambridge
MA
17
Honolulu
HI
16
Campbell
CA
15
Danville
CA
14
Greenwich 
CT
13
Pasadena/South
CA
12
Santa Barbara
CA
11
San Francisco
CA
10
Redwood City
CA
9
Orono
MN
8
Sunnyvale
CA
7
San Mateo
CA
6
Arcadia 
CA
5
Los Gatos 
CA
4
Cupertino
CA
3
Saratoga
CA
2
Palo Alto
CA
1
Newport Beach
CA

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The Wall

First time she saw this "rock wall," she conquered it in seconds, and then did it four more times. She learned on a much tougher "rock wall" in her own park. This one was "taller" but the one she learned on was "straight up." Her oldest sister is into water polo; her middle sister is into soccer; it looks like Sophia is into rock climbing.


2 comments:

  1. Interstate 90 crosses Mercer Island on its way across Lake Washington and into downtown Seattle. Mercer Island is some of the most high end property in the state. They have threatened to set up credit check points on I-90 just to exit onto the Island (sarcasm) it is the Beverly Hills of the PNW

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    1. Pretty funny. Thanks for taking time to write.

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