Realtor.com has ranked its 10 Cities Where Outdoor Lovers Can Actually Afford to Live and Greensboro ranks #4!
Here is what they had to say:
Median home price: $193,500
Greensboro’s subtropical climate makes spring and fall particularly great times of year for residents to spend as much spare time as humanely possible outdoors. For cyclists, that includes dedicated mountain-biking trails in nearby Country Park. Those who prefer wheel-free transport can head to the Bog Garden at Benjamin Park, where an elevated boardwalk takes visitors through 7 acres of wetlands.
“Greensboro is known for its park systems,” says Tony Jarrett, a regional vice president at Allen Tate Realtors. “There are a lot of trails, and they’re adding more all the time.”
After their excursions, folks can unwind in the open air at Darryl’s Wood Fired Grill. The local restaurant and bar has a year-round outdoor area featuring two fire pits—and additional heating, so it’s still nice and toasty come January.