Money magazine consistently ranks Louisville, Colorado, as one of the best places to live in America. In fact, it’s been No. 1 a few times and it’s no surprise.
Before you move, you NEED to check out Louisville. The ability to have access to two great cities, Denver and Boulder, great recreational facilities and opportunities, and over 300 days (average) of sun.
Here’s why the national media can’t get enough of Louisville …
Colorado’s Booming Economy
Colorado continues to set the tone of the growing American economy. And Louisville is a prime example of the strength of each.
The average home price in Louisville is more than $300,000, and with the state on the rise, your investment in a home in Louisville, CO is solid.
Old Town Main Street
Great new small businesses and some great restaurants are located in the historic downtown buildings in Louisville. This is where the community comes together — especially for the farmers markets, concerts, and other events throughout the year.
You’ll want to be here in time for the Labor Day parade and if not, hopefully by the time ice skating opens this winter or next year’s Taste of Louisville in June.
Vibrant Shopping and Restaurants
There are also scads of tiny boutique shops and hobby stores mixed with small service businesses that make it distinctly American.
Small Town Living
Louisville is one of the more secluded of the surrounding Denver communities. Just more than 20,000 people called Louisville home at last count. The community is isolated from the bigger communities that surround Denver and the city, itself. It’s the ideal spot for someone connected to the city in business mostly. If you need to get there, it’s less than a half hour away.
The Top-Notch Schools
If you’re coming to Louisville, Colorado to put down family roots, the public school system in Louisville is among the best in the state. Louisville is located within the Boulder Valley School District.
Louisville is located between Denver and Boulder, homes to a budding tech economy. With these companies come high-paying jobs and careers and livelihoods in the digital economy.
One of the great fears of many communities is that its youth will one day leave for greener pastures. Louisville is in the heart of those pastures.
Louisville is one of the safest communities in the Denver area. An average of 1 crime per 1,000 people was reported in 2013.
There are thousands of acres of open space in Louisville and hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails winding through and surrounding it. You’ll also want to check out the highly-rated Coal Creek Golf Course.
These are just some of the many reasons why Money magazine and others are so in love with Louisville. Come out for a visit but plan to stay awhile.