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BRADBURN VILLAGE QUICK FACTS: Adams 12 Five Star school district (Cotton Creek Elementary, Westlake Middle, Legacy High) / HOA – $220 per month which includes clubhouse, community pool, tennis courts, snow and trash removal, outside maintenance / Highest sold price 2017: $362,000
The Bradburn Village Lifestyle
History: Built mainly in the mid-2000’s, the Bradburn neighborhood is an urban station where residents can leave the car at home and walk to many places. Restaurants, yoga, a day spa, doctors of various sorts, and so on, are all within walking distance.
Housing: Everything was designed in Bradburn to answer the desire for maintenance free convenience and style. Maybe you’ve always pictured yourself with your own photography studio, or natural medicine business, or perhaps you’re a personal trainer? Imagine having a commute at the end of the day that involved nothing more than walking up a flight of stairs to your own delightful home! Townhomes in Bradburn include the Live/Work Townhomes where they’re built to accommodate a business AND home, plus the traditional townhome as well. So far, in 2013, townhomes have sold from $255,000 to $430,000 and ranged from 1,800 sf to about 2,900 sf. HOA is approximately $210 per month and includes a clubhouse, community pool, tennis courts, snow and trash removal, outside maintenance, etc.
Restaurants and Shopping: Of course Bradburn Village was built with fantastic restaurants and shopping in mind! Popular neighborhood restaurants include: Early Bird Restaurant (which is amazing btw), Zen Asian Bistro and Sushi (which I also really like), Ted’s Montana Grill, and The Exchange Tavern. Within walking distance to the west of the neighborhood are all the stores and restaurants at the 120th Ave and Sheridan Blvd intersection including Sprouts, Krisers Pet Supplies, King Soopers, Kohls Dept Store, etc.
Family Fitness:There’s a community pool and rec center, plus tennis courts for everyone to enjoy – in addition to 9, yes I said 9 parks where community gatherings are encouraged, and residents all get to know each other. Of course the neighborhood is incredibly close to the Dry Creek Open Space trails that stretch for 45 miles throughout Westminster and Broomfield. If you enjoy community gatherings you’ll love Bradburn – neighbors gather on a regular basis for Friday evening block parties and neighborhood BBQ’s at the community parks. If you’re looking for a bigger rec facility there’s a 24 Hour Fitness and TruFit gyms both minutes away.
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.
Quirks: The only neighborhood of its kind in Westminster, CO! A bit of urban flair tucked into the middle of the suburbs. It’s the best of both worlds!
No rental or owner carry calls please!