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Broomfield City Luxury Real Estate
Broomfield is a city in Colorado that is just 10 minutes away from Heritage Estates. It is a consolidated city and the smallest county in Colorado in terms of land area. It is the smallest county by area in the whole state, covering only around 34 square miles. As of 2010, around 55,889 people live in the Broomfield, with a median household income of around $75,595. The top job categories in this area include office, sales, admin, executive and food-related occupations. A few of the largest employers in the area are IBM Corporation, Avaya, Exempla Good, Seagate, Dillards, The Allen Company, Samaritan Medical Center, Amgen Inc., and Mrs. Fields Famous Brands LLC.
After its incorporation in 1961, Broomfield expanded its territories by annexing various communities around it. As a result, the city’s borders became entangled with the neighboring counties of Adams, Jefferson, and Weld, in addition to its home county of Boulder which it already has weakening ties with. In the 90s, proposals were made to create a separate county for Broomfield to avoid dealing with different counties for different public utilities. The proposal was accepted via a change in the State Constitution in 1998 that allowed Broomfield to create its own county. The rule change too effect three years later.
Amenities and Famous Landmarks
Broomfield provides its residents with a wide selection of business districts, primary care facilities, schools, and recreation areas. It also offers shopping centers like FlatIron Crossing. There are also long nature trails that can be visited by thrill-seekers and weekend adventurers.
- Brunner Farmhouse
Brunner Farmhouse if Broomfield’s social center. Besides being a community meeting place where residents can discuss issues pertaining to the city, it is also an events center where lively music, good food, and fine entertainment can be had.
- The Auditorium
The Auditorium is the go-to location in Broomfield for plays, musicals, school or private events, and the like. It is also situated in the same building as the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library.
Broomfield Colorado Homes
Most of the properties in Broomfield are single family homes with spacious yards. Broomfield residents are primarily property owners. Almost 1/4 of the total population are long-term residents. The average cost of the homes in this area is approximately $600,000 while the average price of renting is roughly $1,700. You will find lots of amenities, new shopping areas and plenty of trails, parks and recreation all within the beautiful views of the Flatirons just West of Boulder. There are luxury homes options in neighborhoods like ‘The Broadlands’ and ‘Spruce Meadows’ among other custom homes with large lots available around Broomfield.
Broomfield offers a diverse selection of homes in various styles, which includes any of the following:
- Single-detached single-family bungalows
- European-styled multi-story buildings
- Modern condominiums
- New-style apartments
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