Denver's Best Suburbs

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Real Estate Agent with Kentwood Company

Home in Denver SuburbsOkay, put me on the spot.  It happens to me all the time.  People moving to Denver have no idea what the best Denver suburbs really are.  So they asked me.  First, I explain that it's totally subjective what is best.  But if I'm really pushed, these are the suburbs that I'll list as being among Denver's best suburbs.

 

What do I consider best? the factors that go in to the best suburbs have to include good schools, easy access to good shopping, good transportation quarter horse, low crime, neat and clean communities and a sense of community pride.  Denver is really fortunate to have so many great suburbs.  Here are just a few:

 

Arvada – Eclectic mix of  blue collar to luxury homes between Denver and Boulder

Southern Aurora -Popularly priced homes with the top Cherry Creek School District and the new Southlands Mall

Bow Mar-  Rare lake community with stunning views and large lots in southwest metro

Castle Pines- Gated community in the Village and suburban custom and tract homes in Castle Pines North

Castle Rock- Old Stage coach stop between Denver and Colorado Springs is now a Denver Suburb

Centennial - Denver’s newly incorporated suburb streaches across the south metro with some of Denver’s Best Schools

Cherry Hills Village – Denver’s most affluent suburb with estates, horses, top schools and easy access to DTC

Douglas County- Suburbs, exburbs and rural Americana offers ranches, views and horses

Englewood – Modest suburb south of downtown with some custom homes in unincorporated sections of the zip code

Erie- Bedroom community north of Denver  between Boulder and Longmont.

Evergreen /Conifer/ Morrison Mountain community living close to Downtown Denver with trees and views

Golden – Mix of older homes and newer subdivisions nestled in the foothills

Greenwood Village –  Elegant custom homes and more modest homes from the 1980’s

Highlands Ranch – Most popular destination for relocation families with a planned community south of Centennial

Ken Caryl Valley- SW
Red Rocks and views southwest

Lakewood – All-American Near West Suburb with Jefferson County Schools. 1960’s – 1990’s

Littleton-  Variety of homes and prices south of Denver.

Louisville – Boulder Schools with a mix of housing options now named #1 by Money Magazine

Parker – An old west town with a new west population mix of cowboys and suburbanites southeast

Reunion – NE
New Suburb near Airport

Roxborough – Planned community by Shea near the Denver airport with great values on homes

Sedalia/ Deckers - In the foothills of the Rockies just south of Littleton with rural living options

Westminster –Close in to downtown with mainly older homes and some new homes mixed in

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