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Located at the base of the foothills west of Denver near the famous Table Mountains, the City of Golden is one of the state’s oldest and most historic towns and enjoys more than its fair share of natural beauty. Residents of Golden are all about enjoying all that the amazing Colorado outdoor lifestyle has to offer! In addition to its proximity to the foothills and mountains to the west that includes nearly 8,000 acres of regional open space, Golden, itself, features 402 acres of open space that includes more than 250 acres of parks and 24 miles of trails. Golden has been a Tree City USA community since 1990 and places a premium on the stewardship of the great outdoors. Fossil Trace Golf Club opened in the city in 2003 and is considered on of Denver’s told golf destinations. Its name is derived from the numerous Triceratops footprints and other prehistoric fossils that can be viewed adjacent to the course’s 12th green. From white water kayaking on Clear Creek to find dining and shopping, Golden has residents and visitors covered with numerous entertainment and recreational opportunities. The community features the Colorado Railroad Museum, Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave, the Boettcher Mansion, the Lookout Mountain Nature Center and Preserve, Coors Brewery, the world’s largest single-site brewery, and the Colorado School of Mines. Although owned by the City of Denver, Red Rocks Amphitheater, one of the most famous outdoor concert venues in the world, resides within the footprint of the city. Historic downtown Golden is the heart of the city located along the banks of the Clear Creek. There are three parks in the downtown area along with four museums, an assortment of one-of-a-kind restaurants, cafes, breweries, shops, galleries, and community events. As can be expected, home values in the area have been impacted by the location to the mountains and the incredible lifestyle that living in the area provide. The median home price for homes that closed in the last quarter of 2021 was $765,000, up 9.6% year-over-year. The number of single-family homes selling for more than $1 million in 2021 (34% of all homes) almost doubled from those that sold over $1 million in 2020. Learn more about Golden here.

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