See If You Can Recognize these 5 Rich Neighborhoods in El Paso
Have you ever driven around El Paso and somehow wandered into what you would deem a rich neighborhood? I have, when I was invited to Buzz's house!
Over at Channelocity, they've compiled a list of El Paso's five richest neighborhoods, and, surprisingly, they're all on the West side!
I would figure some would at least be on the East side considering how much is being built that way! Either way- at some point or another, I'm pretty sure we've all ended up in these neighborhoods either by accident or maybe you actually live in one of these neighborhoods- and if you do, tell me how you got there!
These are the five wealthiest neighborhoods in El Paso:
This neighborhood looks like it's off of Artcraft and Desert Boulevard. According to Channelocity, this area has a median home price of $358,082, making it more expensive than 76.1% of homes in the state of Texas.
Never had I heard the words "Bear Ridge" to describe a neighborhood. But this one looks like it's in Northwest El Paso, with a great view of the Franklin Mountains. According to Channelocity, this is the the fourth richest neighborhood in El Paso and has a median home price of $358,835, which is more expensive than 76.2% of the neighborhoods in Texas.
Okay, the Willows I have heard about, and I'm sure many of you have too! Channelocity says that this neighborhood has a median real estate price of $359,481, which is more expensive than 68.2% of the neighborhoods in Texas.
As you can see, High Ridge is real close to Bear Ridge- but the median price in homes is a bit higher here than in Bear Ridge. Channelocity says the median home price is $372,273, which is more expensive than 76.9% of the neighborhoods in Texas and 61.6% of the neighborhoods in the U.S.
Valley Creek South
According to Channelocity, Valley Creek South is THE most expensive place to live in El Paso. The median home price is $379,639, which is more expensive than 78.6% of the neighborhoods in Texas and 63.1% of the neighborhoods in the U.S.
As a woman who grew up in the Mountain View neighborhood of El Paso (I had to look up what my hood was called) I don't know about you but, I feel poor!