Midtown has a very low crime rate, making it a popular choice for people who value their security. Any time you look out of your window in this neighborhood there's a pretty good chance you'll see bike riders, since many residents commute that way.
If you decide to live in Midtown you'll find that a larger-than-average percentage of your neighbors are college-educated. Residents of this area have a greater income than average.
The average home listing price in Midtown last year was $2,830,625 - a small increase of 3.3 percent from last year. Meanwhile, inventory noticeably dropped by 22.2 percent, bringing the number of listings to a low 7 homes. The tasteful and elegant landscaping often found on properties in this locale results in a feeling of class and sophistication throughout the area. It's common for homes in this vicinity to have a swimming pool, so expect to have fun whether it's at your own home or a neighbor's. Families with younger children or pets will be pleased to know that a significant number of homes in this place offer attractive and easy-to-maintain hardwood floors.