Best Places to Retire in Every State

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41. South Dakota: Hughes County
> Population: 17,572
> 65 and older population: 15.6% (50th of 66 counties)
> Primary care physicians: 74.2 per 100,000
> Est. monthly living expenses for family of 2: $3,814.69 (62nd out of 66 counties)
> Median home value: $173,400

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42. Tennessee: Washington County
> Population: 126,437
> 65 and older population: 17.1% (62nd of 95 counties)
> Primary care physicians: 173.0 per 100,000
> Est. monthly living expenses for family of 2: $3,609.55 (82nd out of 95 counties)
> Median home value: $152,800

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43. Texas: Gillespie County
> Population: 25,939
> 65 and older population: 28.7% (8th of 254 counties)
> Primary care physicians: 124.4 per 100,000
> Est. monthly living expenses for family of 2: $3,750.25 (125th out of 254 counties)
> Median home value: $269,900

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44. Utah: Washington County
> Population: 155,577
> 65 and older population: 19.9% (3rd of 29 counties)
> Primary care physicians: 59.2 per 100,000
> Est. monthly living expenses for family of 2: $4,040.76 (14th out of 29 counties)
> Median home value: $240,300

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45. Vermont: Bennington County
> Population: 36,054
> 65 and older population: 21.4% (2nd of 14 counties)
> Primary care physicians: 95.9 per 100,000
> Est. monthly living expenses for family of 2: $4,641.36 (10th out of 14 counties)
> Median home value: $208,600