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Residents here enjoy a laid-back lifestyle, a friendly small-town atmosphere and a high-quality life thanks to city officials who work hard to promote big-city amenities with easy access to recreation and parks.

With award-winning schools, beautiful neighborhoods, top-notch shopping and fine dining and a bevy of outdoor and recreational options, including festivals and cultural events, it’s no wonder Ridgeland is experiencing an influx of relocating families and retirees.

According to zillow.com, the median home price in Ridgeland is $161,000 and the median rent price is $955.

“There’s a huge price difference in homes,” said Nell Wyatt of Nell Wyatt Real Estate. “Many homes are over $1 million, while others are perhaps in the $200,000 to $300,000 range or less, giving multiple home buyers from different economic backgrounds a chance to reside in the area.”

“There are many reasons home buyers are attracted to Ridgeland,” Wyatt noted. “We offer close proximity to the scenic Natchez Trace, Ridgeland is an easy commute to the metro Jackson area and we have outstanding recreational options including the 33,000 acre Ross Barnett Reservoir and the city’s walking and biking trails.”

Home buyers in Madison County also find a wide choice of older and newer homes to choose from, Wyatt added. “We have listings for homes built 20 and 30 years ago and new construction homes near desirable shopping areas,” she said. “Ridgeland also offers townhomes and condos in a broad range of prices.”

The Township at Colony Park is a master-planned neighborhood featuring a unique mix of shops, offices, condos and single-family homes.

One of the newest residential developments is The Enclave at Towne Center. Offering a lifestyle center and walking trail with convenient access to shopping, restaurants and city services, the gated community features new three-bedroom, two-bath homes starting at $295,000.

Ridgeland is one of Mississippi’s fastest growing cities, offering a broad range of homes to meet the needs of first-time buyers, couples searching for their dream houses, retirees who are downsizing and families looking for larger residences near good schools.