The Top 5 Broomfield Areas Neighborhoods to Buy a Home in

With Downtown Denver, the Rockies, Boulder, and Roosevelt National Forest all just a short trip away, you won’t find a much better location than Broomfield’s. In fact, many people choose to find a home in Broomfield and work in the city or take trips to the mountains every weekend!

Finding the right neighborhood is just as important as finding the right home, but luckily, our team knows our way around town. Take a look out our top 5 neighborhoods to find a home in around Broomfield, and give us a call when you’re ready to get started!

Country Estates

A park.

If you’re looking for a home surrounded by green space and community parks, then Country Estates is perfect. Smaller parks like Outlook Park and Country Estates Park as well as larger spaces like Ruth Roberts Park and Eagle Trace Golf Club line the neighborhood on all sides. The neighborhood also has playgrounds and even a nature preserve!

As far as properties go, homes in Country Estates typically range from $600,000 to $1 million and are primarily single-family units.


A house at sunset.

Another neighborhood with an emphasis on the outdoors, Redleaf is bordered to the south by the Broomfield Commons Open Space, which is full of winding trails and wide-open green space. Plus, Broomfield Plaza and Broomfield Town Center are just five minutes away for all of your shopping needs!

Homes in Redleaf include anything from smaller, single-family homes to expansive custom-built estates. Similar to Country Estates, prices typically range from $600,000 to $1 million.

The Broadlands

A golf course.

The Broadlands neighborhood is nestled within the Broadlands Golf Course, so many homes boast beautiful views of rolling green hills and perfectly manicured landscaping. A number of residents also choose to become members of the club to gain access to the amenities. Aside from the golf course, the Broadlands Community Center gives residents access to a pool, playground, and basketball court.

If you’re looking to buy a home in The Broadlands, you’ll find that the price range is a little wider than other neighborhoods, ranging from $350,000 to $1.3 million.

Aspen Creek

A pool with a swan float in it.

One of the biggest highlights of life in Aspen Creek has to be all of the neighborhood amenities. Cool off at the Aspen Creek pool and pack a picnic for lunch, wander the neighborhood trail system that includes The Lake Link Trail, or take your four-legged friend for a stroll along the tree-lined streets.

You can expect to find homes from the $600,000 to $1 million range in Aspen Creek, and properties range from charming two-story properties to breathtakingly luxurious estates.

Hyland Village

The back yard of a house.

Located in Westminster, Hyland Village is a master-planned community—so every aspect of the neighborhood was intentionally designed, from the homes to the amenities. Speaking of amenities, residents of Hyland Village enjoy a wide variety, including a community pool, clubhouse, designated open spaces, and expansive parks. Added bonus: the farmer’s market is just a stone’s throw away!

Hyland Village offers EnergySaver™ homes, meaning they’re specially equipped to use less energy and save you money on utility bills. Prices start around $500,000, and properties include anything from single-family homes to townhouses.

Find Your Home in the Broomfield Area

The area around Broomfield is full of unique neighborhoods, and this is just a taste of what there is to explore! Take some time to browse our in-depth area guides, and find the perfect fit for your wants and needs.

Once you’re ready to get started on your home-buying journey, just give our team a call!

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