Northern Colorado Communities
Fort Collins was founded in 1864 as a military outpost aimed to protect the mail route that ran through it. Following the city's military years, the addition of Colorado State University greatly influenced the growth and character of this northern city.
Loveland, Colorado may best be nationally known for its annual Valentine's Day card re-mailing program, where over 200,000 Valentine's Day cards get routed through Loveland's post office for the special stamp and postmark bearing the city's name.
The history of Windsor began when a settler named J.L. Hilton built a small house located half-way between Fort Collins and Greeley.
Known to be a bedroom community to its large neighbor Fort Collins, Wellington also sits close to Cheyenne, Wyoming and continues to be a favored stopover point for travelers between the two.
Timnath began as a mall agricultural and farming community in 1882, but has recently become one of the fastest growing areas in Northern Colorado.
Greeley was named for Horace Greeley, the New York newspaper man who, he himself, took the advice he later made famous to, "go west young man!"
Boulder is home to the main campus of University of Colorado and has long been regarded as a bastion for forward thinking activists, world-class athletes, and entrepreneurs.
Northern Colorado Insights
A Monthy snapshot of the current Northern Colorado Real Estate Market.
The Mile High City is an awe-inspiring old west town offering the cultural experiences of a Big Apple and the welcoming warmth of a Mayberry.