11 Cheapest Places to Live in California

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10) Eureka

Eureka, an affordable city in a coastline bay, is a good option for people seeking to live in California. The city has a cost of living index of 120, with utilities and housing costing less than in the state overall. The median home price is particularly low, at under $240,000, and thus the median household income is also fairly low, at just under $35,600. However, despite relatively low income, Eureka has many attractions that draw people to it. For example, the city is home to many historic buildings and parks where you can go to learn about the history of the area. Additionally, for people who are less history-oriented, there are other types of museums and areas ripe with natural scenery, including giant redwood trees. The city is also the site of a popular camping trail if you like spending lots of time up close to nature.

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