Federal Heights Homes
Federal Heights is a community located less than 10 miles from Denver in the North Metro area and makes up part of the urban belt of the metropolitan area. This is a region where one town mixes with the next to create a huge sprawl of neighborhoods that provide excellent amenities, transport, and access. Yes, Federal Heights is an urban town first and foremost, but it is also still a Colorado town. Sure, there are no sweeping landscapes of natural splendor, but Federal Heights is a beautiful town that is inspired by the rugged wonder of Colorado. Federal Heights, CO, is also one of the most sought-after areas in the North Metro area thanks to its excellent infrastructure, schooling, and diverse, affordable home choice. Children in Federal Heights will attend schools in the Adams 12 Five Star School District. For the most part, Federal Heights is such a popular choice for homeowners because properties are mostly affordable, making this a good place for families who want close access to downtown Denver. There are three main subdivisions in Federal Heights, each without a homeowner’s association and each with homes ranging from 1000 to 2000 finished square feet. Built in the 1950s, Homestead Heights provides a glimpse back to Colorado of the mid-20th century with its ranch-style homes. Monticello has 575 homes and was built in the 1960s, while Northborough Heights has 353 homes and was completed in 1980. Location means Federal Heights is ideal for commuters and the town has two complexes at Aspen Meadow Townhomes and Roth Park Condos.
Quiet, but with excellent access to downtown Denver, Federal Heights is not nestled amongst the soaring landscapes of rural Colorado. However, it still has an airy charm and provides plenty of parks and greenspaces through its communities, the most notable being Camenisch Park. Arguably, this is also where arguably the biggest attraction in Federal Heights is located. Water World is one of the largest water theme parks in the United States. Stretching across 67 acres and boasting 49 different attractions, Water World is hugely popular during the summer months. While access to Denver is swift, Federal Heights has its own fair share of amenities and things to do. Residents can visit local stores, known retail brands, malls, restaurants, and leisure facilities within Federal Heights.
Affordability, accessibility, and home diversity are all things you get in Federal Heights, which is why the town is sought after in the North Metro region. If you are making the move to Federal Heights, Mike Lies and the Gold Compass Real Estate team can help you through each step of the process. See a list of attractions and Things to do in Federal Heights CO.
Federal Heights CO Home Values
How much is my home worth? That’s a question we hear a lot at Gold Compass, whether from curious homeowners or people looking to sell a property in Federal Heights. If you are selling a home, our team is available to guide you through the process. Among our services are advice on the local market, staging, and negotiations… and yes, we also do home valuations. In fact, check out your free Federal Heights Home Value Instantly Online now.
Federal Heights CO Real Estate Agent
Gold Compass Real Estate is a leading realtor and expert in homes across Denver, the North Metro region, and Federal Heights. We have local knowledge and can provide you with accurate and up-to-date information. Our online database shows all available listings in Federal Heights, CO, and we update the database each time a property is removed or added. To better understand the market in Federal Heights, this Free Personalized Market Report is highly recommended. To speak to one of the Gold Compass team, call us on 305-325-5690.