OPEN HOUSE FEBRUARY 24th 10AM-2PMThis one of a kind home nestled in Mountain Shadows will capture your heart the moment you step
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1. The Young And Fun Professional
Welcome to a neighborhood on the rise. In recent years there’s been a huge push to replace deteriorating areas of the Highlands in Denver with new properties and amenities like bars and restaurants. The crowd here is young, active, and always up to something fun. Plus, because it’s an area that’s still being developed to its full potential, it’s possible to find great deals on rent.
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2. The Frugal Student
Only nine miles north of the heart of Denver, Westminster is a great place to get the benefits of big city life without the high costs. Because it’s technically a suburb of Denver, rent tends to be much lower, making this perfect for people new to the area looking to keep a tight budget. Plus, easy access to roads make commuting to the local colleges a cinch.
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3. The Nature Lover
Despite being so close to the mountains, Denver still feels like a big city. If you want to get the best of both the active urban life and the great outdoors, take a look at Golden. This Denver suburb is in the heart of the local foothills with easy access to plenty of trails and tons of local bars and restaurants in a quaint downtown area. Plus, Golden is home to the Coors Brewery, which basically means unlimited free beer. You can’t beat that.
4. The One Still Stuck In The College Party Days
Filled with tons of young people in their early 20s, Uptown is the perfect neighborhood for recent college graduates that want to keep the party going. Rent tends to be a bit high, but the awesome selection of nearby bars and restaurants make the increased prices easier to swallow. If you’re looking for an active social life with successful young adults still in their transitional period, Uptown might be the place for you.
5. The Aficionado Of The Finer Things
One of the smallest, most expensive neighborhoods in Denver, Country Club consists of only 380 homes. You can imagine the list of residents here is pretty exclusive. However, if you’ve got the money to spend it’s one of the safest and most pristine areas of Denver, with plenty of high-end amenities to enjoy, like its namesake feature, the Denver Country Club.
6. Family Oriented Folk
Only 15 minutes from downtown Denver, Stapleton is the perfect place to raise a family. While it’s a relatively new development, it’s much more affordable and filled with amenities like its seemingly endless stream of parks and miles of walkways. There are also plans to connect the Stapleton area to the rest of Denver metro via commuter rail in 2016, making this area a more practical place to plan for your family’s future than ever.
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7. The Sports Fanatic
With tons of housing and easy access to all of Denver’s major sports games, LoDo (Lower Downtown) is the perfect place to live if you love cheering on your favorite teams live. There are tons of sports themed bars in the area that are always packed and partying on game days, regardless of the final score. You probably won’t have a problem finding a place here, but be prepared to pay downtown prices.
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8. The Innovative Business Leader
In the heart of Denver’s business district, Denver Tech Center is the perfect place for someone who tends to put their career first. It’s expensive but extremely convenient, truly in the middle of everything. Purchasing a home here will have you rubbing shoulders with tons of important people and give you awesome networking opportunities in every nook and cranny.
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