11 Best Places to Live in New York

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10) Woodstock

Woodstock, known mainly for its historic music festival, is a town of just under 2,000 residents in Ulster County. It is a great town in terms of livability due to its low crime rate, good education system, and the many amenities available. Home prices do tend to be higher than the state’s average, with a median of $329,000, but accordingly median household income is also relatively high, at $60,357. The people of Woodstock are well educated, with 97% having graduated high school and 60% having college degrees. As for attractions, the town has many museums, parks, and restaurants, as well as having outdoor musical concerts throughout the summer. Life in Woodstock offers cultural opportunities and an unrushed lifestyle, which can make for having a great time.

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