8 Most Affordable Cities in Northern Colorado

Affordable cities in Northern ColoradoNestled between the Rocky Mountains, Colorado’s high plains, and Denver International Airport – Northern Colorado communities consistently rank as some of the best locations in the country for business, lifestyle, and craft beer. With mountains to the west, rolling plains to the east, and a one-hour drive to Metro Denver, Northern Colorado is hard to beat.

Evans

Average Sold Price: $276,459

Evans is known as the Queen City of the Platte. It’s the oldest and second largest city in Weld county, and borders Greeley. Residents enjoy access to spectacular open spaces with mountain views and boast a laid-back lifestyle. There is a wide range of recreational activities, affordable housing, sustainable employment opportunities, and easy access to major metro areas. Evans has authentic roots reaching back to the Wild West, but today is a flourishing community. This town truly offers the best of both city and country living.

Dacono

Average Sold Price: $318,596

Dacono is a friendly community with small town charm that is ready to transform and embrace growth. It’s a tight-knit, vibrant community where neighbors are friends and friends are family. Centrally located, Dacono is just 10 miles north of Denver, 44 miles south of Fort Collins, and 21 miles northeast of Boulder. The town currently encompasses only 8.2 square miles but foresees growth that will expand their boundaries to 22 square miles. With a growing economy, high levels of safety and an affordable real estate market, Dacono is a desirable location.

Greeley

Average Sold Price: $327,086

From the tree-lined UNC campus to Greeley’s energetic downtown and quiet residential areas, you’ll find an essence of community wherever you go. Greeley is home to a growing workforce and forward-thinkers who are dedicated to their community and land. The Poudre River Trail and 81 miles of in-town bike lanes ensure that residents can take advantage of the 300 days of sunshine. With a plethora of outdoor recreation and entertainment options and a friendly western attitude, Greeley offers an exceptional and affordable Colorado lifestyle.

Milliken

Average Sold Price: $329,446

Milliken is known as the “Hub of Northern Colorado”. It’s a fast growing, vibrant community sitting six miles north of I-25. Milliken offers a pristine quality of life to its residents in a true rural Colorado setting. Prospective residents have the opportunity to choose a home in a variety of master planned communities at a far better value than in many of the surrounding larger cities without sacrificing quality. In addition to several local businesses, Milliken is also located within a short 15-minute drive of other major shopping and entertainment establishments.

Wellington

Average Sold Price: $350,511

Wellington is located 10 miles north of Fort Collins and is Colorado’s northernmost town along I-25. This community features a historic downtown, safe and relaxed environment, and diverse community programs. Smith Lake State Wildlife Area and Wellington State Wildlife Area offer wildlife viewing, hiking, and hunting for outdoor lovers. Wellington also boasts an award-winning school system that has received state and national accolades, making it a wonderful place to raise a family.

Johnstown

Average Sold Price: $394,809

Johnstown is located just minutes away from Loveland, Greeley, and Fort Collins, and only about 45 minutes from Denver. The area is full of opportunity for rapid development and is equipped with the infrastructure and planning necessary for the expected future growth. Historically rooted in agriculture, this community enjoy the perks of peaceful small towns, plus nearby big-city amenities.

Loveland

Average Sold Price: $410,326

Known for its excellent quality of life, happy residents, a thriving arts scene, and favorable economic climate due to its diverse industries, Loveland sits just down the road from Rocky Mountain National Park and is built on a rich history. As Loveland and neighboring Fort Collins grow toward each other, they share a highly-educated workforce, booming economy, and entrepreneurial spirit.

Firestone

Average Sold Price: $413,852

With spectacular views of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, Firestone is located on the northern edge of the Denver-Boulder metropolitan area along Interstate 25, midway between Denver and Fort Collins, just east of Longmont. Firestone has been recognized for its sprawling open spaces, outdoor recreational opportunities and rapidly growing economy. Firestone has a rich history that underpins the town’s community development and continues to build from it. Firestone is a great community to call home, and it’s a community that is well-positioned for the future.

Berthoud

Average Sold Price: $437,720

Nicknamed the “Garden Spot of Colorado,” Berthoud is poised for growth. The town boasts a growing economy, highly-educated workforce, a historic business district, excellent schools, and room for new development. Residents enjoy Berthoud’s convenient location south of Loveland, along with its small-town charm, which includes tree-lined streets, beautiful parks, and Victorian homes.

 

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