Greenwood Village

“We love living in The Village because there is a real sense of community pride. Homeowners and city employees work hard to preserve our open spaces and beautiful homes.”

Rural and developed. Residential and commercial. Family friendly and surprisingly happening. Affluent Greenwood Village is a little bit of everything good about the suburbs. Located just south of Cherry Hills Village, it feels more understated and less ostentatious than its posh neighbor. More than 100 neighborhoods offer a range of lifestyles – from rambling country estates with horses to patio homes, highrises and affordable townhomes.

When first settled in 1860, its landscape was dotted with farms and orchards. Through the years, businesses have taken root (the Tech Center is home to many) and increased tax dollars flowing into the community. But coyotes still manage to coexist with residents and parts of the Village feel refreshingly rural. Public schools are among the best in the area (Cherry Creek and Littleton school districts). 40 miles of biking, walking and equestrian trails wind throughout and connect to the Highline and Cherry Creek trail systems.

The newly completed T-REX highway upgrade makes driving on 1-25 and riding lightrail a breeze. Residents also enjoy easy access to shopping at a handful of hubs, including the shops at Orchard and the new and fabulous Village Shops at Landmark.

Boundaries: Belleview to Orchard – Clarkson to Dayton with a few additional areas off the map.

Don’t Miss: 

  • The trail for running, walking and horseback riding
  • Sazza for lunch
  • Jing for Asian food
  • The Original Pancake House for breakfast
  • Patina Antiques and Home
  • Greenwood Athletic Club
  • A Line Boutique for women’s clothes
  • HW Home
  • Ella Bleu
  • Sheplers for western wear
  • William McKinley Carson Skate Park
  • Monkey Bizness – the favorite birthday party destination for kids

Learn more about Greenwood Village at www.greenwoodvillage.com

Local Schools
Home Values

2016 Average Sold Price: $1,552,034 (Single Family); $619,633 (Condo)
2016: 89 homes sold (Single Family); 55 homes sold (Condo)
Average Days on Market: 106 (Single Family); 70 (Condo)

Source: Metrolist