Denver, Highlands Ranch, Boulder, Fort Collins
Broomfield Real Estate at COhomefinder
With over nine hundred property listings in Broomfield, Colorado and more than fifty two thousand in Colorado, you could spend your whole life searching Broomfield properties. But homebuyers in the know save precious time, money, and energy using the numbers to their advantage. They do it using COhomefinder.
Broomfield stepped into the footprints left by gold rushers and planted in their place a collection of dryland farms. Today, Broomfield is home to 66 miles of trails, the Carolyn Holmberg Preserve, a metropolitan airport, more than 700 acres of developed parks and 45 playgrounds, all with magnificent views of the Rockies. Add to that the Broomfield Event Center, a $45 million facility that recently broke ground. Broomfield is also home to expansive retail operations, a growing social and cultural network, and in the tradition of its roots, a solid economy based in a new kind of gold: the high-tech industry.
Speaking of technology, COhomefinder provides you with powerful real estate search technology in a package that couldn't be easier to use. A list of what's hot and new on the Broomfield MLS is just a click away when you search by Broomfield neighborhoods, Broomfield subdivisions, Broomfield zip codes, and even Broomfield streets. And because we know that location, location, location is such an important consideration for discriminating buyers with families, COhomefinder helps you search for and browse Broomfield properties that are in proximity to specific elementary, middle and high schools. It's just one example of the kind of homebuyer-friendly thinking that's made us Colorado's number one real estate Web site.
Itching to get in on some Broomfield gold of your own? Beat the rush with COhomefinder and get to know Broomfield properties for yourself by browsing real estate listings by property type, including Broomfield houses, Broomfield condos, Broomfield land, Broomfield income property, or the 100 newest Broomfield listings.
Broomfield didn't just happen; it's one of Colorado's most carefully planned cities. We at COhomefinder appreciate the kind of thinking and preparation that went into building Broomfield, and we've gone to great lengths to think of everything when building and publishing the freshest and most comprehensive Broomfield listings available—no registration or sign-up required. Here's an example of some searches we've put together for you to help you get to know COhomefinder in just one click.
Broadlands—Add up the hard facts about the Broadlands: Limited entry streets; pedestrian-friendly; open space; parks and water recreation; a golf course; award-winning schools, and you've got a master-planned community on 820 acres smack dab in the middle of country club territory. An intimate residential community with tons of amenities.
Broomfield Heights—If you're a shopper with some flexibility, Broomfield Heights covers a wide spectrum. With homes between 15 and 50 years old, and ranging in price from the high 100s to the low 300s, these larger single-family starter homes and remodels in the midst of the greenbelt between 287 and Broomfield's Main Street are near the ever-popular Broomfield Community Center.
Country Estates—Think big. Think custom. Think a breezy commute to both Boulder and Denver, the coveted Boulder Valley Aspen Creek school district, and you've got Country Estates. It's on the north side of town, not too far from Main Street and even closer to acres of open space and a green belt. With a wide range of home prices in Country Estates, it's an attainable buy with stellar features.
Crofton Park Filing No 1—On the east side of town, near neighboring cities Northglenn and Westminster, Crofton Park homes are there to give Broomfield visitors a good first impression. Newer single-family homes and high-end town homes with two- and three thousand square feet say "Howdy" in the neat, friendly way that Coloradoans have associated with Broomfield since its inception.
Greenway Park—Flatirons Crossing Mall, located just off Highway 36, is not only filled with premium retail, but it's also surrounded by shops, restaurants and a twelve-screen movie theater. Just minutes from this shopping and entertainment Mecca, is also a neighborhood known for its association golf, tennis, pool and recreation area. Greenway Park is a great way for first time buyers or those with a price point of about $200K to invest in the Broomfield market.
McKay Landing— What a value! With The Broadlands on one side and McKay Lake on the other, McKay Landing is a community of condos/townhomes and single-family homes with plentiful square footage. Its cul-de-sacs make it quiet and family friendly, while its median price of $399,999 makes it easy on the budget.
Spruce Meadows—In Broomfield, space is not the final frontier; it's what you'll find at Spruce Meadows, both inside and out. Here you'll find homes with as much as 8,000 square feet, acreage to boot, and views, views, views.
Redleaf—If newer and new-new construction is your thing, but Enterprise-class prices aren't, zoom over to Redleaf, a neighborhood on the verge of open space with lots of homes either abutting parks and meadows or are within walking distance.
For all these Broomfield neighborhoods and those across the state, COhomefinder provides Google maps of Broomfield with satellite imagery—it's the next best thing to being there. Browse some of our maps for a bird's eye view of some of your properties of interest, or take our lead and check out a map of the 100 Newest Broomfield listings, and remember, virtual tours of Broomfield houses are available anytime, anywhere for an inside perspective on select Broomfield homes.
When you're ready to see Broomfield land, Broomfield luxury homes, Broomfield luxury condos, or any other Broomfield property up close and in person, COhomefinder is ready for you. We're not number one because we're just a Web site; we're number one because we're a company of people providing you with red-carpet customer service and access to the best Broomfield REALTORs in the business. Our handpicked professionals are experts in the Broomfield market. With a team like COhomefinder behind you, you're ahead of the pack and behind the wheel of your next Broomfield buy.
And remember, at COhomefinder, the possibilities are virtually unlimited. Looking outside of Broomfield? No problem. Consider using the power of COhomefinder to find, browse, search, and sort through properties in some of Broomfield's surrounding areas:
- Westminster—a place popular with families, situated between Broomfield and Denver.
- Thornton—one of Colorado's fastest growing towns, just minutes to the east of Broomfield.
- Northglenn—a community with something for everyone, including single-family homes, condos/townhomes and income properties just off I-25.
- Federal Heights—a small, quiet community of affordable homes.
- Boulder—one of Colorado's most renowned high-tech and higher education centers nestled against the scenery of the Flatirons.
- Superior—a bedroom community with lickety-split access to Boulder and Broomfield.
- Lafayette—a snug alternative for those who work and play between central and northern Colorado.
- Louisville—a smaller suburb between Denver and Boulder, where old town charm meets newcomers with open arms.
- Marshall/Eldorado Springs—beautiful mountain scenery and a rock climber's dream, just a quick jaunt from both Broomfield and Boulder.
- Arvada—a growing city that's still half-town, half-country.
- Erie—still a great buy, there's plenty of room to roam in this "sleeper" town.
- Niwot—farmland turned hometown, this quiet Boulder alternative boasts one of the most coveted public school districts in Colorado.
Just click our Relocating to Colorado link for a relocation packet. Or call (800) 231-9153 to ask questions, make an appointment with a qualified REALTOR, or just get to know us. We've been waiting for you—come on in.