Ranked by Stephen Higley, a professor emeritus of urban social geography at the University of Montevallo. He has created Higley 1000, a list of the highest income neighborhoods in the United States of America.
Here is a brief overview of the top 20 richest neighborhoods in America as of 2014, ranked according to their mean household income.
Mean Household Income: $493,705
Celine Dion and Tiger Woods have their homes here. Jupiter Island is 88.5 percent white, 6.9 percent Latino, 2.6 percent Asian and 2 percent black.
Mean Household Income: $498,944
McLean Country Estates is 81 percent white, 10.7 percent Asian, 4.8 percent Latino and 0.7 percent black. It is a small community with only 30 single family homes.
Mean Household Income: $502,440
Many wealthy celebrities and businessmen live here. Beverly Park and Beverly Crest are 80.5 percent white, 6.5 percent Asian, 4.8 percent Latino and 3.3 percent black.
Mean Household Income: $507,214
Hunting Valley is 94.3 percent white, 2.7 percent Latino, 1.1 percent Asian and 0.6 percent black. The population of this rich neighborhood is just over 700.
Mean Household Income: $510,848
Many hedge fund managers and financiers live her. Round Hill-North Greenwich is 97.5 percent white, 2.4 percent Latino and 0.1 percent black.