Louisville offers the very best of all worlds; big stores for all your needs, access to highway 36 that leads to Denver and Boulder and an incredible small town feel that takes you back in time. In 2013 Money Magazine voted Louisville the #2 best city in the nation to live in. Buying a home in Louisville almost guarantees happiness and sunshine. Louisville's population was under 20,000 in 2013 and you don't need a census to tell you that you've arrived in a small town. The historic downtown main street has incredible food options as well as cafes and loads of shopping. In the winter you can ice skate just off main street and warm your bones with coffee or a cocktail. In the summer you can fill the grill with food you've purchased at the farmer's market.
Buying a home in Louisville might be a wise investment given its status of the #2 best city in which to live but it's more than a ranking. Louisville makes us all proud. With it's small town feel and easy access to Denver via Highway 36 and beautiful views of the mountains it's hard to go wrong purchasing a home in Louisville. New developments, historic homes and everything in between are available. Choose housing a bit closer to the highway and you can reach the Louisville recreation center in minutes. Live downtown and you're that much closer to a great city outdoor pool surrounded by a park with enough grass for a picnic and passing the football. Modern homes on smaller lots, condos, homes with 5,000 square feet and homes harkening back to the previous century are among your choices.
Louisville has its share of great schools to choose from including a nationally recognized high school. Monarch High School was rated one of the best in the nation by Newsweek Magazine. Louisville also has a K-8 conveniently located to Monarch High School. Louisville's vibe is complex. Some want to live a bit outside the bustle of Boulder but still want all the comforts of shopping and great restaurants. Louisville has some fantastic homes with porches that are perfect for a few chairs and a mint julep. Of course buses run throughout the city and there are also buses that take people to Boulder or Denver. Plenty of people ride their bikes throughout the city as well. You'll find the city full of active people.
Louisville is a gem. It makes the rest of us a bit envious what with it's "back in the day" charm and it's fabulous restaurants and close community. For a small town it doesn't compromise in what it offers. It delivers on so many levels that it makes for a great place to put down roots. Great schools, fantastic views, open space, great restaurants and plenty of communal feel makes Louisville a natural and easy fit.
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Updated: 1st December, 2023 10:27 PM (UTC).