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Discover Louisville, Colorado and what makes this community unique to the Denver Metro area. Below you can access neighborhood facts and statistics as well as school information in the Louisville area. Search for real estate in Louisville: from condos, townhomes and single family homes to short sales and bank owned properties.

Louisville Real Estate & Community Information

Recently named the best place to live on Money Magazine's list of America's best small towns, Louisville is located six miles east of Boulder and 25 miles northwest of Denver. Louisville gained national prominence for its location to the great outdoors, low taxes, low unemployment and little crime. With a population of nearly 19,000 residents, there are just over 7,200 households in Louisville. Real estate in the area includes numerous options; the average selling price for a condominium is $192,055 and the average price for a single-family home is $405,031.

Residents in Louisville also have the luxury of working in an emerging area. The Colorado Tech Center and Centennial Valley host the growing technology industry where large tech companies are flourishing. The health care and energy industries also play a role in the region's economic vitality. In fact, ConocoPhillips recently purchased land and plans to build a global technology and corporate learning center in Louisville that will commence operations in 2012.

The history of Louisville dates back to 1878 when it was founded by coal miners looking for a town not owned and operated by a mining company. Today, historic Downtown Louisville has many local businesses and shops, and Tiny Main Street includes several family-owned restaurants and English-stylel pubs. During Friday evenings in the summer, the town often gathers for music, food, shopping and some children's activities at the Louisville Downtown Street Faire. Take a trip into the past and visit the Historical Museum including the Jacoe Store, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and Tomeo House, a replica model of a coal miner's house.

With over 1,700 acres of open space and 30 miles of trails, Louisville attracts outdoor enthusiasts with numerous activities. The country roads on the north side of town are popular routes for cyclists, and Rocky Mountain National Park is less than an hour away. Every 4th of July brings the annual "Picnic in the Park" with horseshoes and bocce ball. Finally, award-winning Coal Creek Golf Course designed by Dick Phelps is one of the best in the area. This course offers an experience for all types of golfers.

Louisville School Information

Students in Louisville attend schools in the Boulder Valley School District. The district includes 28,500 students and consistently ranks at the top of Front Range schools according to state and national academic rankings.

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