Erie has tremendous real estate value and options on the Front Range.
In the mid- to late-1800’s, Erie was a thoroughfare for stagecoaches and trains traveling between Denver and Laramie, WY. This convenient location still serves travelers to this day. Nestled east of Boulder and north of Lafayette, its coordinates are ideal for those who wish to have quick access to Denver International Airport, thriving job centers in Louisville, Longmont, and Boulder, or stake claim in a quieter yet amenity-rich burb.
A nod to the past is held dear on quaint old town Briggs Street, named for the first coal mine in Weld County. Historic buildings along the street deliver what the growing population wants: good coffee, craft beer, excellent food and a sense of community. I think to move into this area now must be what it was like to buy into Boulder or Louisville decades ago, before they were “discovered.” You can feel the bustling energy of both town and character. According to the , residential construction permits show the town is expected to grow to over 34,000 by 2032.
Money Magazine rated Erie #13 as one of the “Best places to live” in 2015. And who wouldn’t want to join the growing excitement? Erie boasts:
Erie remains one of the most affordable housing markets in the area. Homebuyers can get a lot for their money with entry into brand new homes at under $500k. Sellers need to make their property’s attributes attractive against this competition. I can help in either scenario. It would be my pleasure to show you Erie, CO real estate!
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