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Settled by Quakers in the 1600s, this historic town in Montgomery County lies within easy commuting distance of Philadelphia. Two other pluses: Low crime and good schools. Residents are proud of their 25,000-square-foot library, which opened in 2004. One negative: A naval air base here was shut down in 2011, causing some job losses. But the corporate headquarters of several large companies, including Nutrisystem and Toll Brothers, are still here. --D.B.Subscribe to Money Magazine
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