Here are the homes that set the boundaries for sales in Greeley CO during 2012:
Most Expensive Home
2012's most expensive Greeley home was a 2006 3828 sq.ft. ranch-style with a walkout basment on 24 acres with a 4 stall barn, 3 pastures, and a 200 X 100 riding arena located on the NE side of Greeley. It sold for $800,000 after 436 days on the market.
Least Expensive Home
Greeley's least expensive home was a 1900 580 sq.ft. bungalow with 3 bedrooms and 1 bath HUD foreclosure located close to the downtown area. It sold after 81 days on the market for $22,500.
At 8419 sq.ft., with 7743 sq.ft. finished, this 1996 5 bedroom ranch-style with a walk-out basement and high-end finishes was Greeley's largest home sold in 2012. Located on a large 1.4 acre lot on the west end of town, it sold for $600,000 after 290 days on the market.
The smallest home sold in Greeley during 2012 was this 529 sq.ft. 2 bedroom bungalow built in 1950 on a 5000 sq.ft. lot near downtown, a Fannie Mae foreclosure. It sold for $38,000 after being on the market for 121 days.
If you're thinking about a new home, and your ideal fit would fall somewhere in between these extremes, take a look at Greeley CO Homes for Sale. If you find something interesting, please give us a call - we would be pleased to show you any of these homes, big or small, expensive or affordable, at your convenience.