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  • Louisville

    Why you'd want to live in Louisville

    The community is a successful example of how Colorado is blending the old and the new. Old Town‘s Main Street’s new shops and restaurants are housed in historic buildings, while McCaslin Boulevard has a mix of modern restaurants, hotels and stores. During the summer, Old Town hosts outdoor concerts and a lively farmers’ market, while quick access to U.S. 36 leads to the modern metropolises of Denver and Boulder, as well as the nearby Flatiron Crossing shopping area. On the outskirts of town, the award-winning 18-hole Coal Creek Golf Course features a links-style front nine and a wide-open view of Boulder’s famed Flatiron peaks. Additionally, Louisville boasts 1,700 acres of open space, and rolling, country roads on the north side of town are popular for road cycling. Top community events include Taste of Louisville in mid-June and the annual Labor Day parade. The Miners Memorial statue in front of City Hall is a symbol of the history of the people who built Louisville – the coal miners. In August 1877, the Welch Mine opened in Louisville, the first of many coal mines to come. Louis Nawatny, a local landowner, platted his land and named it for himself. The Town of Louisville was incorporated on June 16, 1882. Today the City of Louisville is often recognized for its livability. Many things contribute to this exemplary quality of life and positive economic condition, including 1,700 acres of open space, dozens of great eateries, a thriving arts scene, great schools, wonderful neighborhoods and a diverse mix of employment opportunities. To learn more about Louisville, read our Community Profile.

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    Louisville Market Report

    $606,035

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 132 HOMES

    $1,337,500

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 4 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

    $587,592

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 42 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

    $763,059

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 11 HOMES WITH A POOL

    $624,442

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 65 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

    Average Home

    Average Price $606,035
    Avg Bedrooms 2.92 beds
    Avg Bathrooms 2.71 baths

    Average Price by Bedrooms

    1 bedroom $268,750
    2 bedrooms $431,025
    3 bedrooms $689,488
    4 bedrooms $708,472
    5 bedrooms $821,000
    Louisville Home Price Trends
      10/2018 9/2018 8/2018 7/2018 6/2018
    Total Listings 135 144 141 145 126
    Average Price $639,660 $651,180 $655,432 $709,558 $722,975
    Avg Price Change -1.80% -0.65% -8.26% -1.89% +6.61%
    Median Price $613,976 $617,247 $609,657 $611,394 $630,304
    Med Price Change -0.53% +1.24% -0.28% -3.09% -3.92%
    Avg Bedrooms 3.04 beds 3.11 beds 3.15 beds 3.4 beds 3.44 beds
    Avg Bathrooms 2.86 baths 2.87 baths 2.87 baths 3.06 baths 2.98 baths
    Home Price by High School
    School Name Total Homes Average Price
    Centaurus 2 $984,500
    Monarch 127 $613,069
    Peak To Peak 1 $319,000
    Home Price by House Size
    Total Homes Average Price
    All Homes 132 $606,035
    Multi-Million Dollar Homes 4 $1,337,500
    Newly Built Homes 42 $587,592
    Homes with a Pool 11 $763,059
    Reduced Price Homes 65 $624,442

    School Data

    Highly Rated Louisville Schools

    10

    COAL CREEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Elementary School
    Public

    9

    FIRESIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Elementary School
    Public

    8

    LOUISVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    Elementary School
    Public

    8

    LOUISVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL
    Middle School
    Public

    8

    PEAK TO PEAK CHARTER SCHOOL
    High School
    Public

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