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Greeley, Colorado Real Estate

The Greeley real estate market is diverse, containing historic homes, new homes and estates, apartments, and even homes in gated communities. Prices for single-family homes in Greeley range from $75,000 to well over $1 million. At the low end of this range, buyers may choose from cozy ranch homes that were generally built in the early 1900s. In the $700,000 and above range, properties often include acreage and expansive home floor plans. New construction in Greeley is available in the mid-$200,000 range; many of these are situated to take advantage of Greeley's beautiful hill and mountain views.

There is also a large selection of Greeley area condominium and townhouse units on the market. Prices range from $125,000 up to $350,000 depending on the size and location of the property. For those who wish to custom build, undeveloped land property is available.
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Greeley Community & Real Estate Information in Colorado

Greeley, Colorado, is one of those cities that has everything: engaging natural surroundings, strong community atmosphere, artistic and cultural ties, and established city services. Greeley is located in Northern Colorado near the intersection of U.S. Routes 34 and 85. The Wyoming border is roughly 60 miles north, while Denver is about 50 miles southwest. Greeleys population is approximately 90,000, large enough to offer city-style entertainment and recreation and small enough to maintain its friendly atmosphere. The local real estate market includes single-family homes, condominiums, townhouses, historic homes and new estates, among a variety of other housing choices.

Residents enjoy the arts and celebrate their local history by getting together at community-organized events. Several organizations serve Greeleys artistic and historic interests, including the Greeley Chamber Orchestra, Greeley Childrens Chorale, Centennial Village and the Greeley Community Theatre Troupe. Nature enthusiasts have access to the Poudre River Trail, Riverside Park Walking Trail, South Platte River and Riverside Lake. There are also several community parks and a regional park within city limits.

Public education is provided by Greeley/Evans School District #6. The district has an enrollment of over 17,000 attending over 32 campuses, making it the largest school district in Weld County. Opportunities for higher learning are available at the University of Northern Colorado and Aims Community College. The majority of Greeley residents are employed in one of the following economic sectors: education, health and social services, manufacturing and retail trade.

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