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For all of the newest Longmont homes for sale and real estate listings, look below! Located in both Weld and Boulder counties, the city of Longmont is a booming area in Colorado with a growing real estate market. The Longmont real estate market is nestled amid the technology corridor between Boulder and Denver. Due to the city's burgeoning economy and superlative climate, the purchase of Longmont property will always be a wise buyer investment. Situated close to the two tech hubs of Boulder and Denver, the Longmont community is a true suburb with a lot to offer its residents in form of amenities and attractions. For more information about properties for sale in Longmont or to schedule a private showing, contact your Colorado real estate experts today. Read more about Longmont real estate.

Homes For Sale in Longmont, CO

Longmont Real Estate Statistics August 3, 2020
234
Listed
62
Avg. DOM
$307.46
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$694,173
Med. List Price
234 Properties
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Longmont Real Estate Market

The real estate market in Longmont is a strong one that offers buyers a wide variety of options to choose from. No matter what a buyer needs, and regardless of budget and personal tastes, there is something for everyone in a Longmont neighborhood. The housing market offers single-family homes, townhouses, condo units, as well as vacant lots and open land for custom building or farming.

Those looking to buy a home in the area can expect home prices to start in the mid $200s and reach multiple millions of dollars on the high end. The lower side of the market features homes for sale that, on average offer 2 bedrooms, 1 and a half bathrooms, and have under 1,500 square feet. While the higher-end boasts estates for sale with up to 7 bedrooms, 6 and a half bathrooms, and span close to 10,000 square feet. But, for buyers who want a little less maintenance when it comes to homeownership, the Longmont condo and townhome market is very strong as well. These attached properties have listing prices that start in the high $100s for a 1 bed, 1 bath unit with less than 1,000 square feet, and can reach all the way up to the mid $600s for a 3 bed, 2 bath property that offers at least 3,000 square feet.

And for those looking to build their own custom dream home, they will discover a wide array of options when it comes to land and lots for sale in Longmont. Prices range from the low $100s for flat land on about 1 acre, to $2 million for over 100 acres on a wooded lot with natural water features.

Longmont is deservedly proud of its 'urbanist' community named Prospect New Town. In a direct contrast to typical American subdivisions that feature wide streets and homes that are fronted by large garage doors, Prospect New Town was been created with the residents in mind. In addition to the modern stylings of Prospect New Town, there are also older Longmont CO homes on the market to choose from, as well as new townhouse and condo properties.

Longmont Neighborhood Amenities

Residents living in Longmont enjoy big-city amenities while being in an area that is largely protected and undeveloped. The city maintains seven “greenway” trails that connect neighborhoods and has features such as rivers, creeks, and wildlife areas. The Longmont parks department also supplies residents with disc golf courses, dog parks, fishing areas, open green spaces, and much more for locals and visitors to enjoy. On top of being big on outdoor recreation, the city of Longmont residents love to support local art and businesses. The Art in Public Places Commission started the ShockArt project, a community-wide movement to visually enhance switchgear boxes around the city by voting for specific art or artists.

The city is known for hosting several community events and festivals year-round such as the opening of the Longmont Ice Skating Pavilion, the Locavore Art Exhibit, Leftapalooza, the Downtown Longmont Summer Concert Series, and many others. And when it’s time to get out of town for some exploring, Longmont is an ideal location for exciting and fun day trips. Neighboring communities such as Boulder, Niwot, and Lyons, CO are all less than 20 miles away. These places offer their own flavor of shopping, museums, and outdoor recreation. The Wild Animal Sanctuary is located in nearby Keenesburg and features over 700 acres of habitats for large animals that have been rescued from illegal or abusive conditions.

Longmont Community Highlights

    Located about 30 miles from the Eldora Mountain Ski ResortHome of 3 different golf courses - Sunset Golf Course, Twin Peaks Golf Course, and Ute Creek Golf CourseMaintains 2 rec centers, over 450 acres of park space, 5 swimming pools, an outdoor skating rink, skateboard parks, and moreYoga buffs enjoy options such as Cider Yoga, Beer Yoga, Goat Yoga, Paddleboard Yoga, Park Yoga, and Studio Yoga around the cityTop medical facilities in the area include Longmont United Hospital and UCHealth Longs Peak HospitalLocated less than 15 minutes from the Vance Brand Airport and about 45 minutes from the Denver International Airport

Longmont School Information

Residents with children who are school-aged will be zoned for schools in the St. Vrain Valley School District. Students living in a neighborhood of Longmont will attend schools such as Blue Mountain Elementary, Eagle Crest Elementary, Altona Middle School, Longmont High School, and others in neighboring communities. The city also offers a wide selection of alternative and charter schools as additional options as well.

And for residents who are seeking higher education opportunities, the area has several college and university campuses. Nearby schools include IBMC College Longmont, Front Range Community College - Boulder, University of Colorado Boulder, Aims Community College, and more.

For buyers who are looking to purchase a home in a predominantly residential area with neighborhood trails, community events, and premier amenities, a Longmont subdivision is worth a tour. With a grand selection of real estate set in an area with beautiful surroundings, it’s no wonder buyers continue to show a lot of interest in the area.

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