Canton is unique in that it is not only a nice place to live, with a variety of housing options, recreation, parks, medical care and other services, but it offers economical living as well. The average home sells for approximately $63,000.
Citizens may, for example, choose single family living, duplexes, condominiums, or may select from public subsidized housing such as Longview, Maple Manor, or Oak Lawn, plus other privately owned apartments.
Gaining popularity are independent living facilities, including Hoke Ridge Estates on Sixteenth Avenue, and East Elm Street Apartments.
Nursing homes include Heartland Health Care, Sunset Manor, Renaissance Care Center, and Golden Acres Retirement Home, Inc.
A trip around Canton will find the newcomer wondering which of several areas might be his or her favorite place to make their home. It could be Westview or Village Square or maybe the North Side, close to golf and Canton Country Club.
Someone aptly said about Canton, "Theres no bad place to live!" Take your pick of several convenient neighborhoods, only a few minutes from practically any service that you may desire.
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