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WILDGRASS BROOMFIELD QUICK FACTS: Adams 12 5-Star School District (Coyote Ridge Elementary, Rocky Top Middle, Legacy High) / Built in the mid-2000’s / HOA – $72 per month which includes clubhouse, community pool, trash removal, tennis courts
The Wildgrass Broomfield Lifestyle
History: Homes were built in the mid to late 2000’s by Standard Pacific and Taylor Morrison. Trails that wind throughout the neighborhood took 10 years to complete.
Housing:Known for it’s upscale, opulant homes and breathtaking mountain views, Wildgrass Broomfield is an incredibly popular luxury neighborhood. As you would expect, homes are spacious – most start at over 3,000 square feet and go up to well over 5,000 square feet – and include that designer touch that you’d expect in such a delightful community. Many homes feature gourmet kitchen designs, spa-like bathrooms and outdoor living areas that allow you to enjoy the incredible scenery throughout the community. The HOA is approximately $74 per month and includes use of the clubhouse, tennis courts, community pool, and trash removal. Sold prices in 2014 have ranged from $417,000 to $786,750.
Family Fitness:Wildgrass Broomfield residents enjoy using the community swimming pool in the summer, plus the tennis courts – and of course take full advantage, year round, of the extraordinary trails that weave throughout the community. If you’re looking for a more formal workout setting, a short trip east, on 144th Ave, is the massive Lifetime Fitness facility. And all Broomfield residents (at discounted rates) can enjoy the Paul Derda Rec Center, and everything it has to offer, in it’s 85,000 square foot building. It includes an indoor aquatic park, 35 foot climbing wall, a 3,018 square foot strength training area and much more! And don’t forget the Broomfield County Commons just down the street, on Sheridan Blvd, with 237 acres of open space, an off leash dog park, 15 ball fields, 2 playgrounds, 5 picnic huts and much more.
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.
Shopping & Restaurants:The Orchard Town Center is just minutes east on 144th Ave and includes a multitude of shops and restaurants to fit every taste like Cheeky Monk Belgian Beer Cafe, The Happy Sumo, Wine and Cheese Restaurant and Wine Bar and the list goes on! Of course 120th Ave is a short trip south from the Wildgrass neighborhood, where shopping and restaurants also abound along that corridor which includes the Bradburn development.
Schools: (Adams 12 5-Star School District) – Coyote Ridge Elementary (approx 7 min drive), Rocky Top Middle (approx 13 min drive) , Legacy High (approx 9 min drive)
Nearest RTD Park and Ride: Wagon Rd PNR at 120th Ave and I-25 – approx 13 min drive / Broomfield PNR at US 36 and Wadsworth Blvd – approx 16 min drive
Wildgrass Broomfield in the news:
The Wildgrass Broomfield profile in “Find the Best”
Wildgrass rabbits catch a break!
No rental or owner carry calls please!