Niche Releases Top 25 Places To Buy A House In Denver

Dated: 05/20/2019

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Image titleSpring and summer months are prime times to buy a house. But if you’re new to the Denver area or not sure where to start looking, what are the best places to buy in the Mile High?

For that, we turn to neighborhood and school rankings website Niche, which just released their Denver ranking highlighting the top 25 places to buy a house in the metro area.

The rankings are based on multiple factors, including home values, housing costs, crime and safety, cost of living and local schools.

Among the top Denver-area spots, some are small-town suburbs, some are neighborhoods in nearby cities and a few are neighborhoods in Denver proper.

25. Dove Valley

12. Wellshire

24. Skyland

11. Highlands Ranch

23. South Park Hill

10. Stapleton

22. Shenandoah

9. Mission Viejo

21. Frederick

8. Seven Hills

20. Castle Pines

7. Stonegate

19. Centennial

6. North Park Hill

18. Acres Green

5. Prides Crossing

17. Roxborough Park

4. Dam West

16. Murphy Creek

3. Holly Hills

15. Carriage Place

2. Tallyn’s Reach

14. Sterling Hills

1. Eastridge Ptarmigan Park

13. Summer Valley

Ready to check out some of the top home buying spots in Denver? The first thing you want to do is get an experienced pro on your side. Contact Metrowest today – we’d love to show you around!

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