So you’ve accumulated some wealth and you’re looking for a place to land in your golden years.Forbes suggests Cherry Hills Village, the Denver suburb known for golf courses, beautiful homes. On Tuesday, Forbes put Cherry Hills Village at No. 3 on its “Top 25 Places to Retire Rich” list, behind Belle Meade, Tenn. (near Nashville), in the No. 1 spot, and Bunker Hill Village, Texas (outside Houston), at No. 2.Forbes said it first identified places in the country where the population of 65-plus folks was higher than the national average of 12 percent.Then it identified 150 places with “high-end economic indicators, including high median household incomes and high average home prices.” Then they narrowed the list by looking at quality of life factors, such as scenic beauty, weather, and cultural, medical and airport facilities.“In short, we weighed the reasons why someone of retirement age who could afford to live anywhere might choose a place,” Forbes said.The median household income in Cherry Hills Village is $225,000 and homes average $915,000, according to Forbes.
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