Commerce City, Colorado Homes & Real Estate
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Homes For Sale in Commerce City, Colorado
As Denver grows, Commerce City is becoming a more attractive place to buy a home, condo or townhouse. Commerce City CO homes for sale are affordable, with various price points, amenities, and features. Conveniently located north of Denver, Commerce City features views of the Front Range and easy accessibility to Denver International Airport. Contact Kenna Real Estate if you are thinking about buying a home in Commerce City.
A Look At Commerce City Homes
Prices for Commerce City homes start in the $100,000 range and go upwards of $800,000. Entry level prices showcase cozy bungalows waiting for the inspired eye of renovators, while some have already undergone a series of upgrades. At mid-price ranges buyers can find stylish family homes in popular subdivisions with master baths and walk-in closets. Commerce City real estate in the high end range features custom homes in gated communities just steps from world-class fairways.
The Atmosphere Surrounding Commerce City CO Homes
The city is perhaps best known for is productive oil refinery, and Dick's Sporting Goods Park, which is home of the major soccer league team the Colorado Rapids. With great economic opportunity and outdoor recreation facilities, as well as urban amenities and easy access to downtown Denver, there's plenty going for this community as well as its affordable property options.
Residents of Commerce City CO homes enjoy a wide range of activities and events throughout the year including the annual Fishing Frenzy Derby, while many take part in city decisions by getting involved in local foundations and committees. Locals also enjoy the scenery, with over 700 acres of parks to choose from that include playgrounds, sports fields, picnic areas, hiking and biking trails and more. The large regional trail systems are linked up here including the Sand Creek Regional Greenway.