About Littleton CO Real Estate
Home sales in Littleton have benefited from the expansion of Denver, the Light Rail Train, and the Aspen Grove shopping Center. Along the Platte River, this area features an old town feel, just minutes from Downtown Denver. Homeowners of Littleton, CO real estate enjoy excellent educational opportunities, full-fledged amenities, and affordable home prices, as well as access to the Colorado Mountains just to the West. Contact Kenna Real Estate to learn more about available home listings.
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Around ten miles south of Denver, property in this area presents some great options for commuters or anyone interested in living in one of Denver's peaceful bedroom communities. Littleton homes for sale are primarily single-family detached, ranging from handyman specials of around $350,000 at the very low end, to multi-million dollar estates in the high end.
For those who don't need quite so much space, there are still a good number of townhouses and condos to be found. Other affordable homes include lender-owned or short-sale dwellings. If you need more convincing, the community boasts a great light rail system, making it a very walkable city.
Highlights Of Littleton Real Estate, Events & Community Recognitions
This is a great place to call home. Annual community events include the end-of-summer celebration, Western Welcome Week, which has been a tradition since 1928. Originally called Homecoming Days, WWW is an eleven-day long festival offering over 40 events for residents and visitors alike.
The Candlelight Walk is another popular institution which celebrates the holiday season with a variety of festive activities. Event-goers witness the illumination of the Main Street holiday light display as Santa Claus cruises through the street on this sleigh and the Littleton Chorale offers some tunes to get everyone into the spirit of the season.
Residents of Littleton real estate enjoy the community-mindedness so apparent in events like those mentioned above, as well as the convenience of being less than an hour away from the Denver metroplex. The community was also lauded as the "Best Place to Raise Kids in Colorado" for 2018 because of factors including its great schools, low crime rate, job growth, reasonable cost of living, ethnic diversity, and recreational opportunities. Property here proves to be a perennially popular choice for these reasons and so many others.
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Littleton, CO Real Estate: A Suburb Of Denver
Littleton is located just South and West of Denver covering quite a large area over three counties: Arapahoe, Douglas, and Jefferson County.
Once an old gold rush town, Littleton, CO real estate has grown into a suburb that appeals to a broad range of people. Historic downtown preserves the old-town charm of the area, and The Town Hall Arts Center showcases theater productions, children's plays, and gallery shows. Surrounding the Arts Center are more than two hundred locally owned restaurants, retail stores, and art galleries.
For big-name brands, the Aspen Grove Outdoor Mall is about ten minutes away from the downtown area. While Aspen Grove offers great shopping in a relaxed, outdoor setting, they also host Family Movie Nights and a weekly Farmer's Market each summer. The neighborhoods of Littleton are composed of older but maintained single and multi-family residences as well as custom designed homes. Town homes, condos, and apartments are also available. The median price for a house or condo is around $167,000. Families appreciate the 26 surrounding parks, two golf courses, ice arenas, biking and walking trails, and the Littleton Historical Museum.
Chatfield Reservoir is a popular destination for hiking, fishing, boating, camping, or horseback riding. And while many commute to Denver to work (about a 20 to 30 minute drive), Littleton is also home to several big businesses, such as Ecostar and Lockheed Martin. The Denver Light Rail also has a stop in the heart of downtown, making commuting easier and more economical for residents.
Area: 12.5 square miles
Population: Approximately 40,000
Property Taxes: Approximately $1,100 for a $100,000 home
Median Income per Household: $90,583
School District: Littleton
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Listing information last updated on June 23rd, 2018 at 4:54am MDT.