Best Places to Live if You Work From Home

Last year we turned our kitchen tables into a home office and random corners into school rooms for our kids. I have written many times over the past year how our home is now our Life Hub. Everything happens in the home now and we need to have spaces in our home that allow us to work, live, even play more efficiently.

The Bay Area housing market has seen a high increase in demand and a drastic increase in home prices. If you want to continue to make the Bay Area home, then lest talk about the top Bay Area cities to live in. However, if you're thinking of making a move... Here is a list of the top 10 cities to live in and work from home.



BY PRACHI BHARDWAJ UPDATED: JANUARY 20, 2021 11:03 AM ET | ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: JANUARY 18, 2021

1. Reston, Virginia

Median home price: $434,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 88.0%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 6.3%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 5

2. Lower Merion, Pennsylvania

Median home price: $500,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 59.1%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 9.6%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 5

3. Naperville, Illinois

Median home price: $363,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 89.8%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 7.4%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 5

4. Ann Arbor, Michigan

Median home price: $293,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 90.3%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 7.0%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 6

5. Roseville, California

Median home price: $461,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 81.2%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 6.8%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 6

6. Parker, Colorado

Median home price: $486,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 72.8%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 9.5%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 5

7. Cedar Park, Texas

Median home price: $342,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 80.5%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 7.4%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 5

8. Portland, Oregon

Median home price: $448,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 88.2%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 6.8%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 6

9. Greenville, South Carolina

Median home price: $250,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 47.9%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 5.1%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 11

10. Tewksbury, Massachusetts

Median home price: $435,000
Percent of residents living within a 10-minute walk of a park: 60.1%
Percent of employed working from home pre-pandemic: 3.0%
No. of restaurants per 1,000 residents: 4


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