Atlanta is a city of resurgence. The latest catalyst for growth was spurred by Atlanta’s hosting of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. With the eyes of the world looking on, it rose in status as the capital of the New South to a city of international significance.
It’s easy to love living in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
While the city’s luxury residential properties captivates the imagination, Santa Fe’s beauty, culture and recreational activities work wonders in soothing the soul and stimulating the mind.
Some second-home communities mirror real life. They serve up a familiar lifestyle. The only difference is the surroundings. But off the Massachusetts coast, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket are second-home communities transplanted in time.
Boston is a city drenched in culture, sports and, of course, history. Every street has a story. There’s not a chance of being bored.
From the “stars” that line Hollywood Boulevard to the miles of pristine Pacific coastline and near-perfect weather, Los Angeles County is one of the most diverse and desirable locales in all of sun-drenched Southern California. Its signature city of Los Angeles, the City of Angels, is the second most populous in the U.S. and offers plenty of cosmopolitan culture, fashion and entertainment expertly delivered in a distinctive West Coast style.
A gateway city, Miami’s attractions have always been global. Sun, sand, swanky shopping and sophisticated pursuits are universal.
Montana is one of the largest states in size and sparsest in density in the United States. The population barely tops one million. Vacation home buyers looking for big sky drives and untamed outdoor adventures find it in this four-season playground of protected lands, national parks and historic sites.
While the fortress-like former mission, the site of the battle between a massive Mexican army and 200 rebellious Texans, imbues San Antonio with its rich history, the city also knows how to kick up its boots and have a modern-day good time.
It’s easy to leave your heart in San Francisco. With the city’s iconic cable cars clanging along its rolling hills, San Francisco is a sophisticated sensory assault of sights and sounds.
The Bay Area may be the only one where viticulture and counter culture is equally accessible, where you can live in your own microclimate and select from views that are bucolic, aquatic or iconic.
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