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Broomfield County

Urban sprawl from the developments in Broomfield, Colorado apprach the majestic range of the Flatiron Mountains. Carpenters work on a new sledding attraction at the top of Vail Mountain which overlooks the Colorado Rockies and Vail Pass. The Flatirons are rock formations in the western United States, near Boulder, Colorado, consisting of flatirons. There are five large, numbered Flatirons ranging from north to south along the east slope of Green Mountain, and the term "The Flatirons" sometimes refers to these five alone. Numerous additional named Flatirons are on the southern part of Green Mountain, Bear Peak, and among the surrounding foothills. Taken at sunrise from a height of over 100 feet in Broomfield, Colorado.

 

Broomfield County is widely known for housing the headquarters for global companies such as Vail Resorts, Oracle and Level 3 Communications. These headquarters are primarily located Highway 36, between downtown Denver and Boulder.

With the global executive presence, Broomfield has golf courses and plentiful retail shopping available for local residents and visitors. Broomfield County is served by several school districts including Adams County District 12 – Five Star Schools, Jefferson County and Boulder Valley School District RE-2.

Broomfield County is known for…

  • Colorado Golf – Golf enthusiasts have no shortage of beautiful coursesto choose from in Broomfield County. Home to the Omni Interlocken GolfCourse, Broadlands Golf Course and several other courses, golfers willenjoy the glorious sunny days, spectacular mountain views and lushgreen courses that Broomfield, Westminster and Thornton have to offer.

Points of interest in Broomfield County

  • 1st Bank Center – This multi-purpose arena in Broomfield is knownhousing mid-sized events in the Denver metro area. Seating 6,500,Coloradans enjoy live music, family shows, sporting events, communityfunctions and much more. Concert-goers can enjoy seeing their favoritebands in a smaller setting and sports enthusiasts can watch their favoritesporting events up close and personal.
  • FlatIron Crossing – An expansive indoor shopping mall situated inBroomfield, FlatIron Crossing offers retail shopping, cinema experiencesand fantastic dining options. The mall prides themselves on promoting asustainable and socially responsible environment. Solar panels, energyefficient escalators and rain sensors to minimize water consumption arejust a few examples of how this shopping venue conserves naturalresources.
  • Walnut Creek Golf Preserve – Ranked as one of the 5280 Magazine’spremier golf destinations, Walnut Creek Golf Preserve, located inWestminster, is designed to demand a straight shot stroke. Golfers willenjoy the gorgeous mountain views atop the rolling fairways andpreserved wildlife habitat. Keep an eye out for the over 70 differentspecies of wildlife and reptiles in this Aububon Certified SignatureSanctuary.

Broomfield County real estate and homes for sale

Given the location on the north side of the Denver metro area, Broomfield offersa variety of housing options ranging from custom luxury properties to townhomesand condos. Broomfield and the surrounding cities of Westminster, Northglennand Thornton are booming with new residential communities.

For more information about homes for sale and Boulder County’s home market, contact Mile High Living today at 303-906-7646 or info(at)milehighliving(dotted)com.


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