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North of Colorado's center, and just far enough away from the Rockies to get a good look at them, Loveland, Colorado is also known as the gateway to the Rockies, the land of love, and the arts and hearts capital of Colorado. Whatever you call it, when you're ready to search for or browse Loveland homes and real estate, Cohomefinder is at your service.
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- The Enclave At Enchantment Ridge —newer 4- and 3-bedroom homes in the mid-200s on the edge of acres of open space.
- Thompson River Ranch—2000-plus square foot newer homes on the west side of town.
- Mariana Butte—a melting pot of two-story and ranch single family homes from $200K all the way up to $1M.
- Kendall Brook—Land and lots of single family homes with lots of square feet in the 300s and 400s.
- Castle Creek—The biggest steal in town! Brand new homes in the upper 100s to mid-200s on Centennial Park.
- Boise Village North—Lots of charming brick ranches and land for sale right in the middle of Loveland's lake country.
- Alford Meadows—Just-built and custom homes between Lake Loveland and the Olde Course at Loveland golf course.
Loveland was voted the number one place in the nation to "Revitalize your Life," by AARP Magazine, but it's not just people who are revitalizing their lives in Loveland. There's a revitalization of new construction in Loveland too. In fact, some of the most active Loveland neighborhoods include newer or brand new homes and some land that's ripe for hosting the new custom home of your dreams.
But those who have other tastes won't be disappointed in Loveland either. As a town that's been around, Loveland is home to farmhouses from the early 1900s, town homes from the '70s, ranch style homes from the '30s and '40s, lots and lots of land, and everything in between. It's a small town that's not so far from the middle of things for those who crave the cultural scene and big city amenities. In fact, Loveland rates among the top eight "Great Art Destinations" in the U.S. by U.S. Art Magazine, and ranks number eight among the 100 Best Small Art Towns in America. Even Loveland's post office is renowned for its own special one-of-a-kind cancellation postal stamp celebrating Valentine's Day.
Whatever your tastes are in Loveland real estate, remember that COhomefinder makes searching for listings from the Loveland MLS so easy that there's every reason to try it for yourself. As you begin to browse Loveland listings, you'll see that COhomefinder considers every aspect of relocation.
- For the price conscious, there's a handy calendar, listing price-reduced properties by day, week, and month.
- Families with school-aged children can search for properties served by a specific elementary, middle or high school.
- Loveland is a community that offers both off-the-beaten-path intimacy and easy access to I-25, highway 287 and highway 34. Find out what homes are where by mapping new houses in Loveland, checking out Loveland streets, finding Loveland subdivisions, or mapping Loveland land.
And now that you've discovered the best place to search for Colorado homes for sale, you can search Loveland listings and listings in surrounding areas. Explore these towns near Loveland with just a few mouse clicks; the possibilities are unlimited.
Estes Park—West of Loveland, Estes Park is home to Rocky Mountain National Park and the Stanley Hotel, justto name a few famous landmarks.
Greeley—East of Loveland, Greeley is a quaint college town rich in wide-open spaces and pioneer lore.
Johnstown—Its town government calls it " The new hub of possibilities in northern Colorado," but I-25 travelers and commuters from far and wide know it as the friendly little place to stop for one of Johnson's Corner's sticky buns.
Lyons—Another arts-friendly town known for its hiking, biking, and horse trails. Just up highway 36, Lyons is a scenic middle ground for those who work or play in Boulder and Estes Park.
Longmont—What was once an affordable bedroom community for Boulder commuters is now an affordable town in own right. Named one of Money Magazine's "Best Places to Live" in 2006, this Boulder County gem in the St. Vrain School District is especially attractive to families with school-aged children.
Ft. Collins—The largest town you'll find between Denver and Cheyenne, "Fort Fun" as it's called, is fortified with plenty of Colorado State University pride. Go rams!
Berthoud—A spectacular example of luxury living and farmland getting along famously. A little burg with huge possibilities.
Windsor—"Cute, cute, cute" describes this community founded in the early 1900s by German-American immigrant settlers. Nearly smack dab in the triangle formed by Ft. Collins, Greeley, and Loveland, it's grown leaps and bounds since its sugar beet farm days.