Overview:Loveland, Colorado, is located in southern Larimer County, just south of Fort Collins. Each year, hundreds of thousands of Valentine letters are mailed or processed through Loveland, bearing a special verse and hand stamped postmark. The town was named in honor of the Colorado Central Railroad president, William Loveland.
Attractions:Also known as the "Arts and Hearts Capitol of Colorado", Loveland dazzles with its 300 sculptures throughout the city, as well as an internationally recognized sculpture weekend each summer. Several sculpture guilds, museums, galleries, and arts councils encourage a burgeoning art culture. Adding to Loveland's allure is the generous amount of open space, trails, parks, lakes and entertainment facilities such as the Budweiser Event Center and the Rialto Theater. A newly refurbished downtown, low crime rate, above average education scores, and short commute times have nudged Loveland to a short list of the "Best Places to Live".
Real Estate:Real estate ranges from luxury lakefront and foothills properties to vacant land, single family residential homes, condominiums, townhomes, and mobile and manufactured homes. Commercial properties are also very diverse ranging from the historic downtown area to the newly developed east side of town. Vacant land, retail, restaurants, industrial, and manufacturing properties are also available.