Old Town Louisville Neighborhood

Money Magazine just released the results of its choice for the top ten best small towns to live in the US. Louisville, CO made it to the top of the list. ConocoPhillips seemed to think Louisville was a good choice for their new research facility, and I’ve watched home buyers from all over the nation flock to Louisville, and other Boulder county towns for its quality of life.

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I spoke to a few buyers recently about moving to the Louisville area, and one of the reasons they gave me besides quality of life (they said with a curious look, and sort of a “duh Zachary” attitude), was the quality of schools.

Money magazine may have said it best themselves:

Some towns nestled along the Rockies are full of pretentious eco-hipsters. Not Louisville. Ice cream shops dot the historic downtown. Families grab burgers at the cozy Waterloo Café. A Friday-night street fair, with a beer garden, live music, and games for the kids, runs all summer. No wonder this down-to-earth town has appeared high on Money’s Best Places list before–and on many others.

It’s also weathering the economic downturn well. Robust industries in the area, such as high tech, energy, and health care, make county unemployment among the lowest in the state.

But the top reason residents give for moving here? The great outdoors. Louisville is laced with nearly 30 miles of trails, Rocky Mountain National Park is less than an hour away, and eight world-class ski resorts are within two hours. The town’s schools are highly rated as well.

Add in dry, clear weather, little crime, good health care, and low taxes, and Louisville is pretty tough to beat.

If you think Louisville, or one of the surrounding communities might be right for you I’d love to hear from you. Whether you, or someone you know may be thinking of a move, Call, Text, or Email me. I hope we can speak soon.

And by the way, I’m never too busy for your referrals, as a real estate professional intent on giving back to the community, my relationship-based career is exactly what you’ve been looking for in a helpful Realtor who will listen to you.

Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker® at RE/MAX Alliance Boulder

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