Serving my clients at the highest level means providing them with as much information as possible! I have put together a list of the areas and subdivisions in and around the North Metro Denver area, that I am an expert in. You can read quick summaries here or find more in-depth information on each area’s specific page. If there’s anything else you want to know or any details you can’t find here don’t hesitate to reach out.
Brighton is a Northeastern Denver suburb located on the banks of the South Platte River. The first inhabitants settled there in 1860 and in 1881 it officially became a town. The founder of the city, Daniel Carmichael named it after his wife’s birthplace in the UK. Brighton is located in Adams County and has a population of around 40,000. It has a small town feel but it’s a place rich in culture and history. Located near the mountains it’s a great way to be close to nature while also being the gateway to the Denver Metro area. This is a relatively young town and in 2011 it was chosen as one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People.
Todd Creek – Brighton CO
Todd Creek Farms is a subdivision established around 2007. There are 371 single family homes which belong to the HOA. In this area you can be close to nature and have access to the many walking trails throughout the area.
Todd Creek Meadows as another nearby subdivision with its own HOA. Both of these are located nearby the Todd Creek golf course which has special member’s rates for residents.
Todd Creek Estates is a beautiful, gated community that sits atop an elevated portion of the Todd Creek Village area. The approximate boundaries are: Ehler Pkwy to the North; E. 145th Ave. to the South; the 9100 blk to the West; and the 10500 blk to the East.
Eagle Shadow – Brighton CO
Eagle Shadow South is a beautiful community that continues to grow with new construction of custom and semi-custom homes. Several different home builders are active in the development and selling new homes, as well as individuals who are building the home of their dreams. The Eagle Shadow South community is located just North of Hwy 7 between Holly St. & Quebec St.
Brighton Crossing – Brighton CO
It takes a special kind of community developer to design and create a place that understands and appreciates the value of time – your time. The collaborative and creative minds of Brookfield Residential have done just that. Miles of interconnected trails lead you from neighborhood to neighborhood and park to park, with convenience retail right down the street. Everything important is close to home, giving you more time to enjoy, relax, love and laugh. This subdivision has lots of beautiful brand-new homes for you to choose from.
Thornton is another Northeastern Denver suburb also in Adams County. It’s about 10 miles from downtown Denver. Until 1953 the area was mainly farmland after which Sam Hoffman laid out the town and started building the community. The town was named in honor of former Colorado governor Dan Thornton. The town is considered one of the most desirable places to live in the US. The population of Thornton is around 136,000 and is steadily growing! It’s a culturally diverse place and in a great location for those who love the outdoors.
Gleneagle Estates, Thornton
This subdivision is known for its privacy, open space and beautiful mountain views. There are 104 homesites!
Cavanaugh Hills – Bromley CO
Cavanaugh Hills is a quiet rural community and subdivision that is a little bit more established as it has been around since 2004. You can find existing homes as well as new builds or you can choose to build your own home!
The city covers 34 square miles and every region has interesting history and local historic landmarks, which are examples of the historic built environment since the 1870s. Westminster is the 7th most populous city in Colorado with a population of almost 110,000 people. Westminster has an extensive trail network and open space system. The highlight of the trail system is the Big Dry Creek Trail which extends approximately 12 miles (19 km) from the eastern boundary of the city to Standley Lake. Westminster also has a very new downtown with lots of interesting developments happening! The City of Westminster manages two award-winning, championship golf courses, each offering a distinct experience.
Broomfield began as an agrarian community in the late 1800s, with hard-working, community-oriented families who located here on the heels of those adventurous gold-seekers seeking their fortunes and hoping to strike gold in Colorado’s wilderness. A century later, in the 1990s, Broomfield and other area suburbs experienced tremendous economic growth, much of it focused in technology. It is home to top technology companies, attracting savvy professionals looking for a quick office commute. Broomfield now features 290 miles of bike and walking trails and 63 parks and so it’s a great place for people to enjoy Colorado nature while still living in a thriving community!