Why Coose Longmont Colorado?

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Real Estate Agent with ERA Tradewind Real Estate, LLC

 

Why Choose Longmont Colorado?

Longmont has a small town character with many large town services.  Our hometown has many recreational opportunities and cultural venues.  Enjoy three public golf courses, and Fox Hill Country Club, a private club. 

Cultural attractions include the Longmont Library, the Longmont Theatre and the Longmont Symphony.

Run, blade, or bike down Longmont's greenways, feel the freedom!  Power walk or stoll with the geese around McIntosh Lake (3.3 miles by the way.)  Outdoor activities rule in Longmont with over 300 days of sunshine per year! Enjoy over 1500 acres of parks and open space. Boulder County maintains over 80 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and nature photography. Longmont also sits at the base of the Rocky Mountains, within driving distance of 29 ski areas, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Estes Park.

The City of Longmont takes an active role in providing recreational activities for specific age groups through Senior Services and Youth Services.

Here are some links to some of Longmont's Recreation Facilities:

Plan your Calendar:

Activities & resources for Seniors:

 

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Edite Liepina-Lawrence
ERA Tradewind Real Estate - Longmont, CO
Wow Kim, great post! Very resourceful and all those links!!! You are learning very fast!
Apr 24, 2007 10:29 AM #1
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Jennifer Steck
Rocky Mountain Homescapes, Keller Williams, Denver Colorado - Denver, CO
Denver Real Estate
Kim, It is amazing how much Longmont has grown. They have done an amazing job creating a beautiful community. You go girl!
Apr 24, 2007 11:18 AM #2
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Deb Sipfle
ERA Tradewind Real Estate - Longmont, CO
Kim I agree, Longmont is a great town to live in and it is one of the last affordable communities in Boulder County.  With all the growth and change Longmont is going through, it is just a matter of time before property values increase as they have in the other Boulder County communities.  I really enjoyed your post, Thanks.  Deb
Apr 25, 2007 11:55 AM #3
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