20. Radnor Township, PA
Radnor Township, PA
Population: 31,153
Median family income: $152,493
Median home price: $515,000

It's easy to see why this Philadelphia Main Line suburb is a magnet for doctors, lawyers, architects and other professionals. Lush parks, mom and pop retail shops and close-knit neighborhoods give it a small-town feel. Meanwhile, exceptional recreational facilities, city maintenance services and proximity to Philly provide big-city amenities.

Town dwellers mix and mingle at a summer concert series and camps for both kids and adults. They can even take part in town-organized excursions to events like the Little League World Series in nearby Williamsport and tennis' U.S. Open in New York City.

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Last updated August 15 2011: 2:49 PM ET
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