From Pepper Pike To Albany, These Are The 10 Snobbiest Cities In Ohio
Wherever you go, you are bound to run into neighborhoods that are just a little bit nicer than everywhere else. With those neighborhoods come people who also think they’re better than everybody else. This usually happens with areas that are a little bit fancier and have more money than other neighboring cities.
I feel like those things pretty much go hand-in-hand. In a recent article about the snow obvious cities in Michigan my hometown of Rochester and the neighboring city Troy we’re on the top 10 list of snobby cities in the state. As someone who grew up in Rochester Hills, I can kind of confirm that downtown Rochester in all of its beauty, is very much for the upper-middle to upper class.
Especially considering the median salary is $100,000 but I was curious what our neighbor to the south thought about their state. We make fun of Ohio a lot but like every other state they have some snobby places. if we’re basing it on income alone, then we ourselves can make a top 10 snobby as places in Ohio.
Road Snacks recently assembled a list of 10 cities they feel are the snobbiest in Ohio. If you are a resident of the state, let us know what you think of this list and if it’s accurate or not. Having never grown up in Ohio it's hard to tell if these are accurate, but from the look of them, they seem like the kind of city you want to bring money to.
Give us your thoughts, and while you do that, we’ll do our part and try to keep Kalamazoo off this list.
The 10 Snobbiest Cities In Ohio
Michigan's 10 Snobbiest Cities
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