These Are The 13 Cheapest, Yet Greatest Places To Live In Nevada
Are you planning to move to Nevada anytime soon? Or relocate to a different Nevada town? Without a doubt, moving to a new town can be nerve-racking, but it doesn’t have to be. When one decides to uproot their life and move to a new place, they go through certain criteria when choosing their future place of residence. For example, everyone’s goal is to live somewhere that’s really nice, yet still affordable. According to
AreaVibes.com, these 13 towns/cities in Nevada are great places to live, and they also have the lowest cost of living:
Located in Washoe County, Gerlach is best known for being the gateway town to the famous Burning Man Festival.
Initial discoveries of gold ore were first made in Searchlight on May 6, 1897.
11. West Wendover
West Wendover is a small city in Elko County that began to develop during the 1930s-40s with the introduction of legalized gambling.
Pioche's first modern settlement occurred in 1864 with the opening of a silver mine. During the 1870s, this town became one of the most important silver mining towns in Nevada.
The small town of Carlin is situated near the western border of Elko County and is a gateway to one of the world's largest gold mines.
Caliente, founded in 1901, is located in Lincoln County. This city's name originated from the nearby hot springs. ("Caliente" means "hot" in Spanish.)
Eureka is the largest community in Eureka County and is home to the popular Eureka Opera House.
Ely is the largest city in White Pine County and was founded as a stagecoach station along the Pony Express and Central Overland Route.
Located in Elko County, Wells was founded in 1869 by the Central Pacific Railroad.
Tonopah is the county seat of Nye County and home to the famous Clown Motel. It's also one of the best locations in the U.S. for stargazing.
Hawthorne is located in Mineral County. This small town's primary economic base is the nearby Hawthorne Army Depot.
Laughlin is located in Clark County, on the Colorado River.
Located in Lincoln County, Panaca was southern Nevada's first permanent settlement, founded as a Mormon colony in 1864.
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