What 750000 Can Buy You In Todays Metro Denver Housing Market

Dated: 09/03/2017

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Several new housing developments are popping up in metro Denver communities, and they're offering homes right at that $750,000 price point.

For around that mark, for example, you can buy a brand-new, two-bedroom home in a golf community in Littleton, or a four-bedroom, build-to-suit, custom house in Wheat Ridge or even a four-bedroom house in an Arvada neighborhood that includes a fitness facility.

Arvada. (Exterior) List price: $765,495. Neighborhood: Candelas. Finished square feet: 3,889. Beds: 4. Baths: 5. Garage: 3-car. Year built: 2017. Amenities: Brand new home, upgraded appliance package, HOA with clubhouse, community pool and fitness facility.

And those homes are just some of what's available for around $750,000 in 22 metro Denver communities surrounding the city center, part of the DBJ's online series looking at how far your money goes in the summer housing market. This piece includes houses in several Colorado mountain communities, as well.


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Jason McLaughlin

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