Top 10 Countdown
#10 Glenbrook, Nevada
If you have ever visited Lake Tahoe then you know how incredibly beautiful it is. One area of Lake Tahoe on the east shore is called Glenbrook on the Nevada side. If you enjoy skiing, camping, hiking, boating, a private golf course, or just sitting out on your deck with a glass of wine overlooking the lake, then this is the place to be. Truly one of the best vacation spots in the country. Glenbrook came in #10 with the average household income of just over $620,000 and the average home prices just over $2,000,000
#9 Gladwyne, Pennsylvania
Another rather wealthy neighborhood is Gladwyne located in Montgomery County and has been well known as one of the more prosperous areas for many years. The area has a mixture of farms, housing, and a small town. There are several private country clubs available for golf, Cricket, or a game of tennis. The average household income is just under $630,000 a year with the average price of homes around $720,000.
#8 San Francisco, California
San Francisco, founded in 1776, falls into the #8 spot of cities with the highest incomes. San Francisco is one of the largest cities on the West Coast and offers a plethora of activities and dining experiences. There are several neighborhoods where the higher income resides with the average income is over $630,000 per year and the average home costs are above $880,000.
#7 Century City, California
Century City, with only 176-acre, is on the Westside of Los Angeles. The land was actually used by 20th Century Fox in the making of many films. Fox still has a studio within the city limits. Century City residents consist of mostly older-aged high-income homeowners with the average yearly income of over $650,000 and the average home costs of $800,000.
#6 New York, New York
It is no surprise that New York would fall within the top 10 spots of highest incomes. With Wall Street right around the corner and a resurgence of new residential buildings being built due to the demand by the high paying jobs that New York offers. The average New York Salary per year in select neighborhoods is over $650,000 per year and the average housing cost is over $1,000,000.
#5 Mill Neck, New York
Mill Neck, NY is a tiny village on the North Shore of Long Island and an ideal place to live if you’re looking for an undisturbed woodland or waterfront property. Mill Neck has been home to New York’s wealthiest families such as the Rockefeller and the Vanderbilt families. It has been well known as one of the most expensive neighborhoods in the country. The average yearly income is just over $660,000 and the average home can cost you just under $3,000,000.
#4 Purchase, New York
Just North of New York City is the town of Purchase well known as great place to live. It is also where some of the largest companies in the country do their business, which helps bring wealth to the community. There are many recreational activities perfect for the students who attend the State University. The average income of those who reside in Purchase is over $675,000 per year and you can find a home for around $1,000,000.
#3 New Vernon, New Jersey
The #3 spot goes to New Vernon, New Jersey which has some of the oldest estates around. It has been said that some of the estates are on the nation registry because they are so old. The average income of the residence of New Vernon is just over $670,000 per year with the homes costing on average over 2,500,000.
#2 Atherton, California
Atherton is one of the wealthiest communities on the west coast. It is a beautiful place to live and it is smack in the middle of Tech country with giant companies like Facebook, Google, and Oracle only minutes away. The folks who live in Atherton average over $1,000,000 yearly incomes and homes on average can sell for well over $3,000,000.
#1 Fisher Island, Florida
Finally the #1 highest paid homeowners in the United State live on an exclusive little island called Fisher Island. The only way to get home is by boat where fewer than 200 reside. The average income of those who live on Fisher Island is well over $1,000,000 per year with the homes costing just over a couple of million.