Special Report

America's Richest Towns

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20. Coto de Caza, California
> Median household income: $174,943
> Median home value: $958,100
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 62.8%
> Poverty rate: 4.2%

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19. Dranesville, Virginia
> Median household income: $175,772
> Median home value: $562,000
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 71.4%
> Poverty rate: 1.8%

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18. Fort Hunt, Virginia
> Median household income: $176,169
> Median home value: $684,600
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 80.7%
> Poverty rate: 1.1%

Source: County of San Mateo Parks Department

17. Highlands-Baywood Park, California
> Median household income: $177,976
> Median home value: $1,321,600
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 66.1%
> Poverty rate: 2.9%

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16. Flower Hill, New York
> Median household income: $178,750
> Median home value: $1,237,700
> Adults with at least a bachelor’s degree: 76.3%
> Poverty rate: 1.9%

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