Possessing “so many aesthetic and social attributes that anyone would be happy calling it home, or calling it home to one of their residences,” the editors of Robb Report magazine, the international luxury lifestyle authority, have named La Jolla, California as the best place in America to live.
Detailed in Robb Report’s July issue, which is scheduled to reach newsstands on June 25, “The Best Places to Live” feature article culminates months of research and dozens of interviews conducted by the magazine’s editorial staff “Determining our selections is an arduous process, as our editorial team spends months consulting with experts from all over the United States,” explains Brett Anderson, Senior Vice President, Editorial. “The result is selections such as the best island on which to own a home, the superlative setting for rustic living, the preferred place for golfers, the ideal address for skiers, and the seaside community capable of addressing a megayacht owner’s every need.”
In choosing the stunning San Diego County community of La Jolla, Robb Report’s editors cite an extensive list of attributes that led to their selection. From the “gloriously mild Southern California weather” to the “diverse selection of beaches,” La Jolla was handpicked form a selection of American cities, towns and other locales best suited for specific tastes and preferences or for pursuing individual passions.
Best Place To Raise A Family
Attracting “well-heeled parents seeking a quiet, safe setting to raise children,” Robb Report’s editors named Indian Hill, Ohio as the best place in America to raise a family.
In choosing the Cincinnati suburb of Indian Hill, Robb Report lauds the quaintness of this village of 5,900 residents. “About 25 percent of its 19Â½ square miles is village-owned space, and much of the land was donated by locals concerned with preserving Indian Hill’s small-town atmosphere.”
Most Historical Charm
Praising its rich history and architectural beauty (while) boasting one of America’s largest and oldest historic districts, the city of Charleston, South Carolina was named as the American city with the most historical charm.
Robb Report’s editors cite and extensive list of attributes that led to their decision. They point to the variety of different architectural styles Colonial, Georgian, Federal, Classical Revival, Gothic Revival, Italianate, Victorian, and even Art Deco that can be seen in Charleston, as well as the city’s springtime beauty, accentuated by the blooming dogwood trees and magnolia gardens.
Each month, Robb Report offers exclusive editorial and stunning photography of automobiles, yachts, private aviation, real estate, fashion, watches, jewelry, travel and epicurean life. The magazine provides a detailed guide to the products, events, issues and passions that capture the attention of today’s affluent consumer. For more information, access the publication’s Web site, www.robbreport.com.
The Best Places To Live: Categories and Selections
- Best Place To Live: La Jolla, California
- Cultural Offerings: Manhattan, New York
- Skiing: Aspen, Colorado
- Dining: Las Vegas
- Golfing: Scottsdale, Arizona
- Historical Charm: Charleston, South Carolina
- Island Living: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
- Equestrian: Bedminster, New Jersey
- Yachting: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
- Raising a Family: Indian Hill, Ohio
- Rustic Living: Kula, Hawaii
Author Contact Info: robbreport.com