Loveland Colorado Real Estate
Living in Loveland Colorado has many advantages. First of all, Loveland, CO still feels like a small hometown despite continued growth over the last 20 years. There is a growing downtown with 4 local breweries, local restaurants, bars and unique shopping experiences. Once you’ve explored downtown Loveland, you can also shop at Centerra which offers all of the major national brand shopping stores, chain restaurants and more. Then there’s the Loveland Real Estate Market which is very strong yet still offers many opportunites.
Let’s talk outdoor recreation. After all, you’re moving to Loveland for the beauty and the sunshine, right? Loveland is located just 45 minutes from Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park where you’ll see wildlife, hike to waterfalls and mountain lake or climb your first 14er. Closer to town you can hike at Round Mountain Trail, Devils Backbone, Coyote Ridge, Bobcat Ridge, Boise Bend or enjoy the city of Loveland Open Space Trail at Rivers Edge Natural Area right in the middle of town.
The city offers many great parks. Check out Centennial Park for Baseball, Loveland Sports Park for Soccer, and play pickleball at Mahaffey Park. You’ll find many walking and biking trails, skate parks, playgrounds and more.
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Did I mention breweries? You bet. In downtown Loveland you will find Verboten Brewing and Barrel Project (order one of their dark cake stouts), Loveland Aleworks (I like the sours or Hazy IPA), Crow Hop (all of their standard beers have won medals) and Rock Coast Brewery (this is part of a restaurant so grab some food). If you’re ready to venture outside of Loveland’s downtown you find Grimm Brothers Brewhouse, Big Thompson Brewery, Dratz and Big Beaver.
There is so much more to say but honestly you need to come check it all out for yourself. If you are considering a move to Loveland, CO give me a call and I can answer all of your questions.
Loveland Real Estate Agent
Andy Hawbaker, Realtor®
Loveland, CO Real Estate Agent
Andy Hawbaker is a licensed Real Estate Agent with 8z Real Estate. Andy has lived in Northern Colorado for over 17 years including 15 years living in Loveland. He raised two girls from new born all the way to attending high school in Loveland.
Relocating to Loveland, CO
Are you relocating to Loveland for work? Or are you just choosing to move to the warm dry weather to enjoy that relaxed Colorado lifestyle? Either way, you are going to enjoy being in Loveland Colorado where we are far enough away from Denver but close enough for a quick day trip. With many growing employers in the area and short commutes to Greeley, Fort Collins, Windsor, Severance and Longmont, there are many employers relocating their employees to Loveland and other Northern Colorado Communities.
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Living in Loveland
We’ve named a lot of reasons why it is great to be living in Loveland, CO. The small town feel, low crime rates, booming economy, plentiful jobs, many shopping opportunities, outdoor recreational opportunites, fabulous parks and close proximity to Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. In addition to all of that, there are movie theaters, a great public library, many gyms, breweries, and a winery.
Most people love living in Loveland. The city shoots fireworks over Lake Loveland on the 4th of July and there is a huge sculpture show in North Lake Park every August. The city of Loveland has 3 primary high schools, an alternative high school and some charter school options.
There are a lot of great neighborhoods to choose from in Loveland. On the west side of town you can get close to the foothills in neighborhoods like Mariana Butte or out near Carter Lake. On the East side of town you are close to the interstate and all of the shopping at Centerra. Check out Tulip Creek or Stone Creek for nice homes in a convenient location. Another really great new neighborhood in Loveland is Lakes at Centerra.
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If you have questions about Loveland, CO Real Estate or moving to Loveland, please reach out to me directly at 970-203-5066. I’d love to help you out with buying a home in Loveland.