Morrison, Colorado Homes & Real Estate
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Homes For Sale in Morrison, Colorado
This is a unique and historic community just outside of the Denver Metro Area. There are a variety of Morrison homes for sale available in the real estate market here including large, secluded luxury homes on large mountain lots. With easy access to Denver and Red Rocks Amphitheater, Morrison is an ideal location for active lifestyles, families and professional commuters. Contact Kenna Real Estate for more information about buying and selling homes in the attractive community of Morrison.
Morrison CO: Real Estate For Families
The market here is made up primarily of single-family dwellings, with the average valuation just under $400,000. While some smaller Morrison real estate options can be purchased for under $200,000, there are also idyllic luxury options as well. Morrison, CO real estate is home to some stunning mansions and sprawling estates that sell for well over $1 million.
- Located in Jefferson County
- Zip code: 80465
- 2.2 square miles
- School district: Jefferson County School District
- Median home value: $390,057 (estimated, 2009)
- Median household income: $61,521 (estimated, 2009)
Search Homes Near Morrison Schools
|Red Rocks Elementary||Carmody Middle (Lakewood)||Bear Creek High (Lakewood)|
|Kendallvue Elementary||Field Academy-Lakewood (K–12)|
|Lakewood Christian Academy (K–6)|
|Silver State Christian (Pre-K–12)|
About Morrison Homes & Lifestyles
Located 30 minutes southwest of Downtown Denver, Morrison homes for sale offer a quaint and picturesque town of just over 400 residents. the area is situated west of the Hogback rock formation, giving it a secluded mountain-town feel. Morrison is perhaps best known as the location of Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, a premier nature destination and concert venue.
There are also several high-quality restaurants and shops along the town’s historic Bear Creek Avenue. Morrison’s natural beauty can be experienced best along its Bear Creek Trail, which starts in the town’s business district and provides access to two of its parks: Two Creeks Plaza and Morrison Park. The town’s rich natural history–it’s famous for its dinosaur fossils–is celebrated at the Morrison Natural History Museum.