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Relocating to Longmont Colorado

Longmont Colorado is home to about 95,000 residents and is technically a suburb of Denver nestled in Boulder County. Longmont is considered a Home Rule Municipality with part of the city in Weld County as well. It's northeast of the county seat of Boulder and 33 miles northwest of Denver. It is the 14th most populated city in the state of Colorado. Named after Long's Peak, a prominent mountain named for explorer Stephen Long that is clearly visible from the city, Longmont was originally founded in 1871 by a group of people from Chicago.Longmont Colorado Homes for Sale

It was originally called the Chicago Colorado Colony and residents sold memberships in the town purchasing the land necessary for the town hall with the proceeds. It was one of the first planned communities in Boulder County and the streets were laid out in a master-planned, grid design within one square mile. The city began to flourish as an agricultural community and after the building of the Colorado Central railroad arrived from Boulder in 1877, more and more residents settled in the area. By the 1940s, Longmont had begun to grow beyond its borders and during the 1960s, the government built the Denver Air Route Traffic Control Center and the IBM manufacturing development campus. More technology grew around the city including companies like Seagate and Amgen but closed its campus in 2015.

During the 1990s, the downtown Main Street area saw a vibrant revitalization with new shops, restaurants, boutiques, and other trendy spots. And in 2013, the City Council voted to finance and build out its own municipal gigabit data fiber-optic network to every house and business over the next three years.

Longmont Schools

Longmont is home to Boulder County Campus of Front Range Community College. It's part of the St. Vrain Valley school district as well as several private schools.  The public school district is the seventh-largest school district in the state of Colorado. There's one preschool, 24 elementary schools, nine middle schools, three K – 8 schools, eight high schools, and six charter schools. It's also home to the Master Instructor Continuing Education Program for education aviators. 

Top Rated Schools (6 or B Rating and Up)

  • Hygiene Elementary
  • Blue Mountain Elementary
  • Altona Middle School
  • Westview Middle School
  • Silver Creek High School
  • Twin Peaks Charter Academy

"This is an awesome school! I feel very fortunate that my children go here. The staff is caring and supportive, the extra curricular opportunities go from technology and robots to arts and theater, and the atmosphere there very warm and friendly. My two children have been very happy at Hygiene." - GreatSchools.org

Reasons to Relocate to Longmont

Considered a midsized city with a big personality, Longmont has a vibrant downtown, innovative craft breweries, and lots of opportunities for outdoor recreation and fun. It is one of the area's truest hidden gems. Here are some of the best reasons to relocate to Longmont.

As we mentioned before, there's high-speed fiber Internet for everyone and there's a lower cost of living compared to other cities along the Front Range. There are many tech companies that have made Longmont their headquarters or branch. The University of Colorado Boulder is not far away and you can find jobs by Micron Technology, Seagate, Digital Globe, and Xilinx.

Craft Beers Galore

Craft beers are our jam. There are so many craft breweries and microbrews throughout the Longmont area that heading on a brew pub crawl can be done nearly every weekend. Check out some of our favorites such as Left Hand Brewery, Wibby Brewing, Grossen Bart Brewery and Bootstrap Brewery

Outdoor fun.

If you love outdoor recreation, nature, and getting in touch with your outdoorsy side, you can definitely do that in Longmont. You're just 40 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park, hundreds of hiking and mountain biking trails, the Union Reservoir, which features over 700 acres of boating, kayaking, fishing, and camping as well as an off-leash dog swimming area.

Check out Iron Crucible Health Coaching. This unique three-day intensive outdoor wellness experience at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains is unbelievable. It's a whole-person approach to finding peace in your body, mind, and spirit while discovering healthy eating, mindful motivation, in a beautiful natural setting.

Longmont residents love each other.Longmont vs everybody

Browsing through some of the local boutiques you might even find shirts that say "Longmont vs Everybody" because they really love their city. There may be a little bit of a sibling rivalry with Boulder, which gets more national attention, but if you talk to the people of Longmont, they know why Longmont is truly one of the best.

What do Residents Really Think?

"I love living in Longmont. Between the lakes, trails, farmers market, coffee shops, downtown area and family friendly environment, I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else! The schools are great, the people are amazing, and the sense of community is strong and getting stronger. The town has everything you could need, and it just continues to grow! We have amazing schools, people, restaurants, and outdoor activities. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else!" - Niche.com

Longmont Real Estate

61% of Longmont residents own their own homes. There is a median home value of about $360,000 with a median rent of about $1400. Being a larger city, you'll find a variety of styles to choose from, from downtown condominiums and loft homes to townhouses, duplexes, and single-family properties.

Longmont also has a few golf courses with homes surrounding them but very few gated communities. To learn more about homes for sale in Longmont Colorado, browse active listings above or contact our office at any time.

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