The location of Broadlands attracts potential purchasers to Broomfield. Interstate 25 and U.S. 36 are also easily accessible from the area. Boulder and Downtown Denverares are 20 minutes away.
Individuals that commute to Interlocken Technology Partners or the Google site in Boulder in Broomfield, CO will find the neighborhood convenient. For those who like to get outside, the Broadland area has bicycling paths, walking trails, a BMX bike course, and being close to Plaster Reservoir, Broadlands Golf Course, and Broadlands West Park.
If you are looking to eat out or shop, the neighborhood is close to Flatiron Crossing and Orchard Town Center. The area attracts parents who desire to send their children to Holy Family High School.
You will be able to find practically any amenity you require.
Property purchasers in Broadlands moved to Broomfield during the epidemic like those in other Denver suburbs. Most of them were homebuyers who wanted more space during the pandemic. They were looking for more bedrooms or office space.
The majority of the houses in the area are under 25 years old. People who purchase in Broadlands usually intend to stay there. While there are some condos and townhomes are available, single-family houses make up most of the housing stock. Because many homes were semi-custom or custom, they have a distinct appearance.
Prices go up to $1.5 million, including condos and townhomes at the low end and huge residences near the Broadlands Golf Course at the top end of the spectrum. Single-family home costs an average of $975,000, and properties are on sale for up to ten days.
New occupants include lone parents and retirees who buy patio homes, young professionals who buy condominiums or townhomes, and families moving up and needing more space. Many buyers of townhomes and condos work in Boulder but find Boulder homes pricey. Residents believe that as the Denver metro region expands north, Broadlands will continue to attract homebuyers.
The Denver Premium Outlets, located off I-25 near 136th, and recent Thornton projects, including Topgolf, an Amazon distribution center, and In-N-Out Burger, will make the neighborhood even more appealing.
Residents have noted that the Denver metropolitan area is expanding northward into Longmont, and they believe that there will be little open space between the northern suburbs and Fort Collins.
The area is dog-friendly, has walkways for pedestrians, and is close to grocery stores. Residents can stroll alone at night, and children can play outside since the streets are well-lit.