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CROFTON PARK BROOMFIELD QUICK FACTS: Adams 12 Five-Star School District (Mountain View Elementary, Westlake Middle, Broomfield High) / Built in mid-2000’s / HOA – $150 per month which includes grounds maintenance, snow removal, trash removal / Highest sold price 2014: $360,000
Housing: Enjoy a relaxing lifestyle in the Crofton Park neighborhood which includes both low-maintenance patio homes and townhomes. The HOA for the patio homes is approximately $150 per month and includes lawn maintenance, snow removal, and trash removal. So far, in 2014, homes have sold from $308,500 to $360,000 and an average 45 days on the market. Home sizes range from about 2,100 square feet to over 3,400 and there are both ranch style homes as well as 2-story. Each house includes an attached 2-car garage where some are located in the front of the home while others are located in the back facing an alley-way.
Restaurants and Shopping: In the small shopette (Columbine Meadows Shopping Center) on the north side of the neighborhood you’ll find a Dominoes Pizza while another 1/2 block north of that is Chico’s Mexican Restaurant, where you better bring cash and plan on take out! A few minutes east on Midway Blvd. is a cute little breakfast/lunch restaurant called 3 Chicks Kitchen, plus a Sonic Drive In restaurant. Crofton Park Broomfield CO is less than 10 minutes from 3 newer shopping centers that include grocery stores and other amenities. 120th Ave & Sheridan Blvd with a newly expanded King Soopers, plus a WalMart just a few minutes east of that, and don’t forget the largest King Soopers in existence at 136th Ave and Sheridan Blvd in the Quail Creek Shopping Center.
Family Fitness: The Metzger Farm Open Space area is located steps from the Crofton Park neighborhood, and includes walking trails that lead into the larger Big Dry Creek Open Space trail system (yes, leashed dogs are allowed). Metzger Farm includes a small fishing pond, picnic pavilion, and historic farm house they hope to open to the public at some point. Another Big Dry Creek trail entrance is located close by in the Willow Run neighborhood. A few minutes north of the neighborhood is the Tom Frost Reservoir with a small fishing pond and a walking trail. The shopping area that includes Chico’s also has the Yi’s Elite Martial Arts school and of course mere minutes by car to the north is the massive Paul Derda Rec Center.
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.
Major street boundaries: East of Lowell Blvd, North of 124th Ave, South of Midway Blvd/128th Ave
No rental or owner carry calls please!