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Green Mountain

Why you'd want to live in Green Mountain

Green Mountain is a low mountain on the very eastern edge of the Colorado Front Range. Because this mountain is one of the first to rise out of the plains, it is located at that special place where the mountains meet the endless American prairie, and portrays both sides of this unique character. The mountain is virtually barren of trees, and instead covered with scrubby grasses and shrubs interspersed with cacti, yucca and other sunloving plants. Green Mountain rises abruptly out of the western edge of the city of Lakewood. Unfortunately, because of this, the mountain is not pristine. A radio tower has been installed on the southern edge of the broad summit plateau, and various other facilities can be found on the eastern slopes of the mountain. Additionally, houses blanket the lower eastern and northern slopes of the mountain, and a jeep road goes all the way to the top to service the towers. No worries, the park is closed to all motorized vehicles. Green Mountain is a huge mountain for it's small elevation. Indeed the park in which it is contained measures 2400 acres, and the mountain itself rises nearly on thousand feet over the surrounding scenery. Green Mountain's massif is very much like a high alpine massif on a smaller scale. There are at least four recognizable subpeaks, in addition to a multitude of smaller summits, ridges and drainages. Despite the fact that the mountain is surrounded by an ever encroaching urban area. Solitude, and a sensation of a true mountain experience can still be found as one climbs higher and farther from the roads. Spectacular views of steep slopes descending into the Denver Metro area, as well as views of the surrounding mountains rising up to the higher snowy mountains of the Front Range from the summit: on a clear day three fourteeners can be seen. The whole area is very beautiful and it is one of my favorite places in the near Denver Foothills. via summitpost.org

Green Mountain Market Report









Average Home

Average Price $780,232
Avg Bedrooms 3.76 beds
Avg Bathrooms 2.22 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom n/a
2 bedrooms $426,000
3 bedrooms $517,380
4 bedrooms $972,800
5 bedrooms $1,001,380
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Green Mountain High School 23 $693,730 36 days
Lewis-Palmer High School 1 $2,895,000 1 day
Lakewood High School 1 $655,000 36 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 25 $780,232 34 days
Newly Built Homes n/a n/a n/a
Homes with a Pool 4 $460,475 24 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 5 $1,613,980 66 days
Reduced Price Homes 6 $684,300 34 days
Distressed Homes n/a n/a n/a
Jake Rapplean Estates
600 N Grant Street Suite 900
Denver, CO 80203

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