'Best Old-House' neighborhood St. Elmo in Chattanooga getting national attention

TOP SPOTSThe editors of ThisOldHouse.com singled out the following Southern communities in their 2013 Best Old-House Neighborhoods as ones that would "charm you from the first moment you see them." The lower end of the price range is for houses that need fixing up, while the upper end is usual price paid for move-in-ready homes.• 1. Norwood, Birmingham, Ala. ($20,000-$120,000)• 2. Hot Springs, Ark. ($100,000-$650,000)• 3. Springfield neighborhood, Jacksonville, Fla. ($40,000-$275,000)• 4. Old Fourth Ward, Atlanta ($150,000-$400,000)• 5. Kenwick neighborhood, Lexington, Ky. ($125,000-$300,000)• 6. New Iberia, La. ($350,000-$1 million)• 7. Belhaven neighborhood, Jackson, Miss.