• Edenton (North Carolina): Edenton is the quintessential small port town along the Outer Banks. If colonial-style clapboard is your thing, this is the place to see it. You can wander past well-tended gardens on streets shaded by magnolia and pecan trees. Edenton has been here since 1722, and the National Register of Historic Places long ago gave the town its blessing.
  • Asheville (North Carolina): The city might object to such a classification, but it's the "small town" of cities. One of the most desirable places to live in America, Asheville has attracted everybody from the Vanderbilts to the tragic feuding couple F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. With its well-tended blocks and broad, tidy streets, it's the most stylish town of its size in the tri-state area, and locals are determined to keep it that way.
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