Top 3 Reasons Why Home Buyers Love the Denver Lifestyle

Top 3 Reasons Why Home Buyers Love the Denver Lifestyle

Top 3 Reasons Why Home Buyers Love the Denver Lifestyle

DENVER - April 30, 2014: Colorado Convention Center on April 30, 2014 in Denver, Colorado. Centrally located in Denver, the center has become one of Denver's many landmarks.

 

There are a lot of ideas about what Denver is and what it is not. And there are a lot of posts about what it means to live here from the point of view of a native. Depending on the Denver lifestyle you are looking for, we likely have it here.

Relocating to Denver: Active Denver Lifestyle

The Rocky Mountains make their way into almost every view when facing west. And they have a magnetic attraction that requests the onlooker to take a walk, hike, run, go biking, camping, skiing and more. Relocating to Denver is for people with an active lifestyle and, after a long hike, sit down to enjoy a nice microbrew from one of the numerous local taverns.

Each suburb and city surrounding Denver has its own feel and culture, but the overriding theme is a joy of the outdoors. We like to boast that Denver offers over 300 days of sunshine a year. Understand however, the weather rarely follows the four seasons and it is not rare to have a 60 degree day during winter or snow in May. The joke in Denver is that if you don’t like the weather, just wait an hour and it will change. For this reason, a Denver lifestyle includes layering clothing, or at least have it in your vehicle… or backpack.

Relocating to Denver:  Friendly People

Denver is a fun place to live and the natives are friendly!  You won’t have any trouble meeting new people here. Festivals and community events happen year round.

Downtown offers the Children’s Museum, which backs to the Denver Aquarium. Reservoirs, community centers, parks and outdoor space all invite little ones. Neighborhood communities, and social clubs are prevalent and offer the ability to take an urban area and really “shrink” it down.

Relocating to Denver: Diversity and Culture

Whether you’re looking for sporting events, theater, art museums or festivals, Denver offers something for everyone.  The Colorado Symphony and Colorado Ballet are perennial favorites.  For the more urban, hipster crowd, try Denver Cruisers. Don’t forget the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and the Denver Art Museum.  The Museum of Nature and Science often hosts fascinating visiting exhibitions.

There are so many reasons to love living in Denver. We can’t list them all, but these should give you a great idea of the vibrant city we call home! If you’d like more information about housing statistics and the best neighborhoods for your Denver lifestyle, contact Gretchen Rosenberg at Kentwood Real Estate – Cherry Creek.

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Libby Levinson is a born and raised Denver native who has spent time in all of Denver’s historic neighborhoods as well as the numerous suburbs surrounding the metro area. She enjoys sharing her knowledge of Denver and her love for the Mile High City with her clients. Libby proudly joined Kentwood Real Estate in 2006. Libby has had the pleasure of helping a variety of clients navigate their real estate transactions: helping first time buyers find their starter home, coordinating the synchronized sale and purchase for buyers looking for more space, sellers looking to down-size, and assisting sophisticated investors with their next investment opportunity. Libby is known for her ability to smoothly facilitate the complex details of both the buying and selling process. You can see Libby featured in 5280 Magazine and the 2017 Kentwood television commercial on her website at www.LibbySellsDenver.com.