Boulder Neighborhoods 105 the Outback (be sure to check out Boulder Neighborhoods 101-104 Blog Posts).
If lower taxes, a shorter commute to Denver or Fort Collins, more house for your money and great panoramic views are your thing. This may be just the Boulder real estate ticket for you.
Erie started out as a coal mining town and a small train hub town. This was one of those out of the way towns where there was no church so it brought on a parade of traveling preachers. One such preacher was Reverend Richard Van Valkenburg, civic leader and founder of Erie, Colorado. Since then communities have grown from Arapahoe Ridge, Erie Village and Vista Ridge a golf course community. Homes range from $250K-over $1 million. The style ranges from Victorian in Erie village to contemporary in Vista and Arapahoe Ridge.
Schools in Erie are Blackrock Elementary, Erie Middle and Erie High School.
Frederick in the early 1900’s this was a coal town. Firestone has grown up and is one of the fastest growing municipalities in the past 10 years on the front range. The over view of these two communities is that you get a great deal of house for your money. 10 reasons to move your business to Firestone. This is a fiercely independent community and one that bears a second look if you are a commuter north, south, east or west. Taxes are lower and houses abundant with panoramic views of the front range.
Schools serving Frederick and Firestone are Frederick Elementary, Coal Ridge Middle and Frederick High School and Fort Lupton High School
Dacono is a small town with a bigger town feel. Houses are abundant and in many price ranges, parents looking for low student teacher ratios will find that here. Along with spectacular views of the Rocky Mountain chain. Butler Elementary, Fort Lupton Middle and Fort Lupton High School
Schools serving Dacono are
Fort Lupton is a rural community situated in southern Weld County along the banks of the South Platte River. The town anchors the eastern side of a triangle with Boulder and Longmont, and is conveniently close to two of Colorado’s major highways. A drive to Denver’s International Airport takes only 30 minutes. Houses are priced lower and with lower taxes and low student teacher ratios this is a great place to call home.
Schools serving Fort Lupton are Butler Elementary, Fort Lupton Middle and Fort Lupton High School
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