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Red Leaf

Redleaf is a fantastic spot to buy a home if you can find one because of its ideal location near Broomfield Commons Park. This neighborhood, located in the center of quiet Broomfield, provides residents with easy access to Denver and Boulder while also providing a beautiful place for families to raise their children.

Broomfield worked with Community Development Group to connect this 142-acre master-planned community to the city’s leisure center and park. RedLeaf was the first neighborhood in Broomfield to combine affordable and premium housing.

Children are encouraged to explore the unique and attractive scenery, including rocks, tunnels, and sculptured tree parks. RedLeaf is an excellent example of how we take pride in incorporating a wide range of lifestyle elements into amenity-rich communities that appeal to homeowners.

Redleaf is a quiet neighborhood with large single-family homes that provide plenty of space for the family. It offers those willing to invest in a home here the combination of proximity to two of Colorado’s major urban centers and walking distance from the open spaces and fresh air that attract so many people to the Centennial State.

Those looking for a taste of Denver or Boulder’s nightlife may appreciate the neighborhood’s placement along a major thoroughfare. The area is close enough to the interstate to provide residents with easy access to downtown Denver, downtown Boulder, and the Flatirons Mall but far enough away to guarantee perfect peace.

Swimmers, tennis players, and parents seeking fun after school events will all welcome the Paul Derda Recreation Center, located on the park’s eastern side that is within walking distance of many of the neighborhood’s homes.

Broomfield offers excellent public schools, and parents of young kids who choose Redleaf as their home will be ecstatic to learn about the numerous great elementary schools in the area. The neighboring park and leisure center will thrill parents who want their children to have as many secure opportunities to engage as possible.

Most of the homes in Redleaf are single-family homes with many bedrooms and bathrooms. They are often large enough for adults, children, and pets to work and play comfortably.

Those looking to purchase or sell a home in Redleaf will notice how spacious they are and the other benefits of the neighborhood. The average price of homes sold in the last six months was $395,000, while the average for-sale price is currently $385,000.

Properties put on the market are rapidly scooped up, and those with a “For Sale” sign in the lawn are rarely, if ever, unoccupied throughout the transfer between owners.

It’s no surprise that potential homebuyers are willing to invest in Redleaf because of the neighborhood’s proximity to schools, recreation, parks, and city areas. Redleaf houses are worth your attention. Whether you’re looking to move right away or just browsing–either way, you might fall in love at first sight.

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