V. cozy.

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For the second year in a row, Boston takes the cake as #1 hygge onHoneywell Heater’s Annual List of America’s Coziest Cities.

What does this mean? Well, according to the space heater brand's collaboration with environmental scientist Dr. Ted Myatt: “With close proximity to a number of ski resorts in the Northeast, a high ranking for specialty stores per capita, and a high number of tiny homes, Boston is a great place to get cozy.”

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But just how cozy are you getting? With the average rent of one-bedroom apartments estimating over $2000, it’s no wonder there’s a high number of tiny homes, and people sure are getting cozy.


Regardless, it’s an accomplishment of some sort.

San Francisco and Seattle followed in second and third, respectively — also sporting proximity to ski resorts, anda number of tiny homes.

How about you? Did your city make the top 10?

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