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REDLEAF QUICK FACTS: Adams 12 5-Star School District (Coyote Ridge Elementary, Westlake Middle, Legacy High) / Built in the mid-2000’s / HOA – $95 per quarter which includes trash removal / Highest sold price 2014: $595,000
Housing: Redleaf is mostly an upscale, executive style neighborhood with designer homes and manageable sized lots (that can be perfect for buyers who refuse to spend their days maintaining a large yard). Homes range in size between roughly 2,500 square feet to 4,500 square feet and include both ranch as well as 2-story home styles. In 2013 the lowest priced home sold for $320,000 and the highest sold for $600,000. There were 2 foreclosures. The average home spent only 23 days on the market. The HOA is approximately $95 per quarter and includes trash removal. Redleaf also has the Courtyard portion which features low maintenance patio homes where you can relax and enjoy a carefree lifestyle that doesn’t include any lawn mowing or snow shoveling. The HOA for the Courtyard is approximately $170 per month and includes trash removal, grounds maintenance, and snow removal.
Restaurants and Shopping: The closest neighborhood restaurant is Chico’s Mexican Food which is mere minutes by car – they aren’t really considered a sit down restaurant and they only take cash or checks. Your best bet is take out! A few miles up the road (on 136th Ave) is the new Quail Creek Shopping Center where there’s a great Japanese-style restaurant (Kira Sushi), Papa Murphy’s pizza, Taco Bell, Corona’s Mexican Grill, Quail Creek Wine & Spirits, Abbott’s Frozen Custard, Saigon Dragon Asian Cuisine. Of course this shopping center includes the largest King Sooper’s in existence! Further east on 136th Ave is another shopping center with WalMart and Lowes. Then north of that on 144th is the Orchard Town Center shopping area.
Family Fitness: Redleaf Broomfield CO is a neighborhood surrounded (literally) by fitness and recreational opportunities. The neighborhood backs to the Broomfield County Commons facility that includes ball fields, off leash dog park, trails, a running track and so on. Directly to the south is the Tom Frost Reservoir where you can fish or walk around the pond on the trail. Also within walking distance is the Paul Derda Rec Center. The Trails at Westlake neighborhood is located across the street from Redleaf and also has numerous walking trails and a lake. Finally, the Broadlands neighborhood is just a bit to the north of Redleaf and that neighborhood includes many walking trails as well. There’s also Yi’s Elite Martial Arts Family Center just down the street at 129th and Lowell Blvd.
According to a recent survey by qazzoo.com a whopping 42% of home buyers complained about a “lack of timely follow up by the real estate agent.” I can promise you, that will NEVER happen with me! I return phone calls and emails 7 days a week.
Schools: Adams 12 5-Star School District, Coyote Ridge Elementary, Westlake Middle, Legacy High
Quirks: The Redleaf Broomfield CO neighborhood is well known for its small yards. For those who despise yard work this is just the ticket!