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Living in Milliken Colorado

Welcome to beautiful Milliken Colorado. This small suburban town in Weld County is home to about 7200 residents. It's technically called a statutory town, which is defined as all places with the municipality, corporation, district board and more of a census-designated area rather than its own city. It has a minimum population of at least 5000.Milliken Colorado Homes for Sale | Real Estate in Milliken

Nestled in Western Weld County just east of Interstate 25, Milliken provides a quiet, country living atmosphere that has close proximity to Greeley and Fort Collins. It dates back to about 1910 and sits at about 4700 feet elevation. Sitting between Loveland and Greeley adjacent to add the and Johnstown and just north of the small community of wildcat, Milliken is home to several parks, a few small businesses and amenities, the Madcap Russian golf club, and beautiful homes on acreage.

Want to Move to Milliken?

This suburb is about 48 miles north of Denver and is considered a historic town dating back to the 1860s but incorporated in 1910. It was a vibrant railroad community but today is more of a sleepy, bedroom community of larger neighboring towns. It's mostly farmland, cattle ranchers, a beautiful downtown with a few businesses, municipal buildings, and a couple of restaurants.

Milliken is completely land-bound, all 5.7 mi.² of it. It has rolling hills and beautiful typography, trees and natural grasslands. Newer homes are found on the outskirts of the main town area with cattle ranches and farms, or homes with acreage a little further out. You'll find neighborhood parks, softball fields, and basketball courts as well as a few playgrounds here or there. Depending on the location, you can see for miles in just about every direction and right downtown you'll find a Dollar General, Mexican restaurant, grocery store, and veterinarian.

Even though there are wide open spaces, Milliken has been designated as a "Tree City, USA". There are some 50-year-old buildings in the community including the Odd Fellow Hotel on Broad Street and the famous grain elevator or the "cathedral" on the planes. Nearby is Fort Vasquez, and 1830s for a trading post that accompanied American Indians and early settlers. Milliken is also home to the Dent Mountains, an 11,000-year-old archaeological dig site where prehistoric mammals once roamed to this peaceful countryside. And of course, the Rocky Mountain National Park is just an hour west.

What do the local say?

"The town of Milliken is growing exponentially as with the whole state of Colorado, but what makes Milliken different is the small atmosphere that is growing with it. People are friendly and kind, and it's easy to make new friends everyday. It's like walking into a new business and being accepted into a lifelong community."

"Milliken is a nice place to live. Small town feel, everyone is friendly, and bigger towns are nearby!" -

Milliken Schools

Residents with school-age children are assigned to the Weld County school district and typically attend Milliken elementary, the Milliken middle school, and the Roosevelt high school in neighboring Johnstown. Daniel School and Knowledge Quest Academy is also located in Milliken and provides private schooling and tutelage.

Milliken Real Estate

Why do people move to Milliken? It's not just the small-town feel that attracts a lot of people out of major cities like Denver but it's the chance to own land, acreage, farms or ranch land. While you can still find a single-family home for around $145,000, you can also find an elaborate and expansive ranch or farm perfect for equestrian or just looking for some room to roam. The average home price is about $275,000 and 84% of Milliken residents own their own homes.

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