REAL ESTATE & RESOURCES IN LOUISVILLE, CO
The community is a successful example of how Colorado is blending the old and the new. Old Town’s Main Street’s new shops and restaurants are housed in historic buildings, while McCaslin Boulevard has a mix of modern restaurants, hotels and stores.
On the outskirts of town, the award-winning 18-hole Coal Creek Golf Course features a links-style front nine and a wide-open view of Boulder’s famed Flatiron peaks.
Additionally, Louisville boasts 1,700 acres of open space, and rolling, country roads on the north side of town are popular for road cycling.
ABOUT LOUISVILLE, CO
Located in southeastern Boulder County and is bordered by Broomfield & Lafayette. Louisville offers its residents a recreation/senior center, 26 city parks, 1,800 acres of open space buffer zones, 26 miles of trails and bicycle paths, and an award-winning $9 million public library. Located on the growing technology corridor between Denver and Boulder, Louisville is a modern community offset by a historic downtown that’s making a name for itself with several new restaurants and boutiques.