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Leonard Ryden Burr

Nearly 300,000 people call the city of Greensboro home, and as the third most populous city in North Carolina, it has all the urban attractions and amenities you’d expect. The downtown area is a tidy district that pairs skyscrapers with leafy trees, giving this busy center an inviting, park-like feel. North Elm Street bisects the busy commercial corridor packed with restaurants, shops, museums, and several parks. In neighborhoods further from the city center, residents trade traffic and tight spaces for greenery and plenty of room to stretch out.

When it comes to housing, prospective residents are spoiled for choice. From modern high-rise condos near all the downtown action to sprawling dwellings on wooded lots, the assortment is impressive.