Compared to other places, Carmel has much less crime, so you won't feel threatened even on your afternoon and night jogs. With all the tree canopies here, you may even save money on your summer electric bill thanks to the shade all this stunning foliage provides.
In Carmel's real estate market, the average listing price increased 3.8 percent year-over-year to reach $489,068 from $470,992 last year. In terms of inventory, the number of homes on the market decreased slightly last year by 4.2 percent, with 23 listings on the market in this year. Numerous homes in this neighborhood have been landscaped, so the outside will be as pleasant to look at as the inside. If you're always running out of storage space for your clothes then perhaps it's time to upgrade to a walk-in closet, as featured in many of this neighborhood's homes. A handful of residential properties in Carmel have kitchens with tile backsplashes, which really help to keep the areas above the sink and the stove clean and safe from damage.