Buying a home in Broomfield offers an opportunity to enjoy the perks of a smaller community and at the same time you're close to the fabulous city of Denver. In 2010 Money Magazine placed Broomfield at #19 on the list of 100 best small cities for living. Noted was its strong school district and high quality of life. Broomfield from the beginning of its history wanted to be a well planned community. And since 2001 Broomfield became it's own county. The first county to be added to the state in over 100 years. Highway 36 adjacent to the city not only provides direct access to both Denver and Boulder but also to exciting employment opportunities in technology. Some of the country's most cutting edge companies line the 36 corridor. In 2013 a CNN money poll listed Broomfield as the 15th best place for job growth. And after all that hard work if you've still got some energy you can stop off at the Omni Interlocken Golf Course for an afternoon round of golf.

Broomfield offers housing to fit any need. Condos, planned communities, ranch homes as well as historic homes are all available. There are master planned communities with open space, energy efficient homes, open floor plans and a small town feel. Broomfield also offers country estate homes if space is high on your home buying wish list. With less than 55,000 residents Broomfield has a lot to offer home buyers. Great schools, shopping, access to open space, a strong community, a quick path to Denver to enjoy all that a big city has to offer like the theater, museums and great restaurants. And Broomfield residents don't have to go far for great music. The 1st Bank Center has seating for 6,500 and hosts concerts, theater and community events.

Broomfield has many schools to choose from. With multiple elementary, a K-8, two high schools and private schools it offers many options. The city also has an outstanding recreation center, a community center and a famous with the locals aquatic center where you can pretend you're on a beach vacation. Flatirons Crossing Mall is also in Broomfield and it delivers on many levels including restaurants and outdoor spaces for hanging out and enjoying Colorado's 300 plus days a year of sunshine. Currently Broomfield has just under 8,000 acres of open space with planning for more in the works. Biking, hiking, snow shoeing in the winter, golfing, all awaits you in Broomfield. There is also a park-n-ride to make your commute to Denver or Boulder even more convenient.

Between the national recognition from Money Magazine and CNN it's not hard to see why you'd want to purchase a home in Broomfield. The tight knit community, the small city feel, great schools, proximity to Denver and Boulder and everything in between make it a great place to live. You can take a hike or zip to Denver for the latest museum exhibits. Golf in the morning and swim at The Bay Aqautics Park on a hot summer afternoon. Living in Broomfield is a great way to be a part of everything Colorado has to offer.

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Updated: 21st February, 2024 2:13 AM (UTC).