Living in Evergreen
Evergreen is a welcoming community full of mountain adventure and scenic beauty. This town is about thirty minutes west of Denver offering fine arts, coffee shops, boutiques, lodging, golf, hiking, fly fishing, live music & dining along Bear Creek. The sparkling meadows, cool forests, and wildlife makes for the perfect backdrop for this eclectic community. About 7,000 feet in elevation and cradled in the Rocky Mountains, Evergreen is known for being at the base of one of Colorado’s “fourteeners”, Mount Evans. About 20,000 residents call Evergreen their home and pride themselves on their mountain community living.
Evergreen Community and Neighborhoods
The community of Evergreen is a desirable location for those wanting to live a mountain lifestyle while maintaining an urban career. The neighborhood of Upper Bear Creek houses large single-family homes that are rich in history and personality. Close in proximity to 170 is the neighborhood of Soda Creek, perfect for Denver commuters and ski enthusiasts. You will find a combination of older mountain style homes as well as newer, modern mountain homes and ample amount of land for horses and landscape in the Soda Creek Community. There are many many great housing options for anyone throughout Evergreen, ranging from multi-family, single-family, condos, and apartments, that all vary in lot sizes, views, and ages. Families love the kid-friendly community of Evergreen and have no trouble finding great schools and activities to get their kids involved in.
Evergreen Neighborhood Map
Moving to Evergreen
If you are looking to relocate to Evergreen, or buy Evergreen real estate, it helps to have all your tools and resources in order. There are several ways that 8z Real Estate can make moving to Evergreen easier.
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