Located 6 miles East of Boulder, this town of approximately 19,000 residents just made MONEY Magazines top-five list of places to live in the United States for the second time since 2005. Coming in 3rd out of 100 cities is quite a compliment.
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Louisville was incorporated in 1982, and established by coal miners working the local mines. The main street of the town still reflects the wide variety of nationalities that founded the town in the restaurant names. You will find summer festivals and activities throughout the summer, geared towards family entertainment. There is a mix of turn-of-the century charm in the close-in neighborhoods and custom homes built around the Coal Creek Golf Course. Its close proximity to the Flat Irons Mall, which boasts one of three Colorado Nordstrom’s, Interlocken Business Park, and the outstanding Boulder County schools, making it a very desirable place to live.
Money Magazine has named Louisville, Colorado as the top small town in America for two years now. I can help you discover how great our lifestyle is here. Schools, parks, affordable homes and, most of all, our community spirit make my town a liveable alternative to a stereotypical suburb. Yet, my small town is a Denver suburb with easy access to downtown Denver and to the nearby college town of Boulder. Ask me anything you want to know about living in our top-rated community.
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