Boulder is famously surrounded by a ring of open space, called a greenbelt, which has built up around the city over the past 20 years, and adds to the natural appeal of the area.
Broomfield is known for its warm community feel. In order to maintain this close-knit neighborhood spirit, the city has been conceived and planned in order to control growth.
Erie was once home to coal mines, railroads and agriculture. Now, the quality of life for Erie homeowners is exceptional, and includes a glorious 340 days of sunshine per year.
The Lafayette real estate market boasts many new residential subdivisions, which offers buyers a great deal of choice when searching for the perfect home in Lafayette, Colorado.
Newcomers are drawn to Longmont because of the town's centrality. It has a growing retail base of new department stores, restaurants, and professional services.
The population of Louisville, Colorado has more than tripled since 1970; standing now at almost 20,000. The city rests on eight square miles, and despite its recent growth, manages to retain its small-town feeling.
Lyons is known as the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, and has many attractive small-town qualities such as antique shops.
Nederland homeowners enjoy the serene and beautiful landscape of the area, and pride themselves on a strong sense of community.
The Niwot real estate market is setting its course for growth, but there is an active community association that keeps its residents updated about current concerns and development.
Beautiful houses dot the approximately four square mile landscape of Superior, CO. Property owners here enjoy access to over 590 acres of park and green space.
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