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Great Deals in Golden, CO
Have you been focused solely on Colorado real estate along the highway 36
corridor between Boulder and Denver, or the I-25 corridor between Fort Collins
and Colorado Springs? Have you been swayed by the Summit County properties
of Dillon, Breckenridge, Frisco, Keystone, and Silverthorne? And have
you taken your search as far as the Vail Valley, or even to Aspen? If so, let
us draw you in to the stellar real estate offerings in Golden.
Consider the full number of offerings in Golden, and it boggles the mind, but COhomefinder has done the hard work for you, and has broken down all the possible home searching directions into easily navigated categories. Such as: Golden neighborhoods » Golden subdivisions » Golden condo complexes » Golden land for sale by subdivision
Just 20 minutes west of Denver, Golden overlooks Table Mountain, and is the gateway to both "xtreme" and tamer outdoor attractions including Bear Creek and the Coors Brewing Co. But it's not just bikes and beer that makes Golden great. It's the great buys that are available to commuters going anywhere along Colorado Front Range. Because of its centralized location, Golden really is a gateway. To Denver, Boulder, the mountains, and beyond, Golden is one of the last great western towns so close to modern day Colorado.
With all the amenities of other popular communities such as Englewood, Littleton, Aurora, Lakewood, and others, Golden properties are priced right, too. Here are some active and ready-to-browse Golden neighborhoods where you can begin your home search.
Watchdog Subdivision-- Between White Ranch Open Space Park and Golden Gate Canyon State Park
Dory Lakes Goldern --Between the main byways of highway 58, which takes commuters east to Denver, and 93, which takes them north to Boulder. These homes are within biking distance to downtown Golden.
Tablerock--Larger, newer single-family homes priced in the 700s.
Downtown Golden--If you never considered Golden the place for luxury townhomes, your perception may be outdated. 1275 Washington Ave. in Golden is the hotspot for setting up house in what has become more than a one horse town.
Applewood Mesa Ranchettes--Some consider this "old Golden," which was once known primarily for Colorado's biggest liquor store. Today, its reputation includes some of the best golf course and country club surroundings possible, prime vacant land, and single family homes that are great candidates for scraping.
Crescent Park --Up Coal Creek Canyon, or highway 72, at the north end of the wider Golden area near Eldorado Canyon and State Park, you'll find the sweeping views and this quiet mountain neighborhood between Plainview and Pinecliffe.
Spring Ranch--Between Genessee and El Rancho, these blue chip properties are part of Golden's secret sauce.
But don't stop there. There are loads of "smart categories" at COhomefinder, all based on real homebuyer's needs and experiences. There are: Golden, CO ranch/one story homes» Golden, CO two story homes » Golden, CO three or more story homes » Golden, CO bi-level homes » Golden, CO tri-level homes » Golden, CO four or more Level homes
And because COhomefinder makes widening your real estate net as easy as possible, extending your search to these nearby Golden communities is just a click away. Remember that Golden Realtors are always at your service, and a private showing of the Golden homes of your choice is available in a flash.
- Morrison/Red Rocks
- Black Hawk
- Central City
- Gilpin Gardens/Rollinsville
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