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Englewood CO Real Estate Review
Englewood CO Real Estate Overview
Englewood's beginnings are traced to gold. In the mid-1800s, prospectors on their way to California stopped in Colorado to pan its streams. One of these prospectors was a man from Georgia named William Green Russell.
He and 12 other miners found gold in the South Platte River, and established a Placer Camp near the confluence of Little Dry Creek and the South Platte River in an area that would eventually become Englewood.
Today's Englewood is a distinct reflection of its colorful history. There is still a focus on transportation, education, and the arts. Developments are rising from the ground to help boost the area's economy, and Englewood boasts more jobs and businesses per square mile than any other city in the Rocky Mountain region. Transportation remains an important aspect of planning for Englewood's future.
Englewood CO Real Estate Stats
AVERAGE PRICE IN ENGLEWOOD: $650,385 COUNTY AVERAGE: $763,953
AVERAGE TAXES IN ENGLEWOOD: $3,381 COUNTY AVERAGE: $4,250
AVERAGE COST PER SQR FT IN ENGLEWOOD: $237 COUNTY AVERAGE: $208
AVERAGE WALKSCORE IN ENGLEWOOD: 42 COUNTY AVERAGE: 31
AVERAGE YEAR BUILT IN ENGLEWOOD: 1975 COUNTY AVERAGE: 1992
AVERAGE DAYS ON WEBSITE IN ENGLEWOOD: 49 COUNTY AVERAGE: 63
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Neighborhoods in Englewood CO
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Areas in Englewood CO
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