Overview:Longmont is located in Boulder County with a small portion of the city in Weld County. The city's name stems from Longs Peak which serves as a backdrop for Longmont. Longmont has won numerous awards including the National Civic League's "All-American City" award.
Attractions:Listed at #50 on CNN's Top 100 Best Places to Live, Longmont boasts over 1,500 acres of parks and open space, is listed as a "Bicycle Friendly Community". While often viewed as a quiet residential town, Longmont has a vibrant downtown area, a booming arts community and a wide variety of dining choices.
Real Estate:With many high tech jobs, an agricultural background and an exciting town revival, Longmont shines with a wide variety of real estate. Longmont boasts historic homes that date from the late 1800s to the opposite end of the spectrum with Colorado's first New Urbanist project called Prospect. Townhomes, patio homes, condominiums, mobile and manufactured homes are all readily available. New construction has been popular in Longmont. Additionally, those looking for commercial properties won't be disappointed. Retail, industrial, restaurant, and office space abounds along with vacant land.