Louisville, CO Real Estate

Louisville has consistently been named one of the top 100 places to live in the US by CNN's Money Magazine because of its hometown atmosphere in a progressive community.

In the 1870s, coal miners were attracted to Louisville, in part because it was a democratic community that was not owned and controlled by a single mining company. Louisville features a highly educated population, diverse business profile and small town ambiance. If you become one of the residents of Louisville, you'll enjoy the Colorado lifestyle with nearly 1700 acres of open space, a vital old town/downtown and easy access to nearby cultural amenities. Boulder Valley and St. Vrain Valley School Districts offer stellar education and progressive schooling.

With the dry, clear weather, low crime, below average unemployment rates, good health care, and low taxes, it's easy to understand Louisville's number one status in the country.

 

  • Square Miles8
  • Population21,128
  • Per Capita Income$44,928
  • Median Household Income$94,304
  • Housing Units8,009
  • Homeownership Rate73.2%
  • Median Home Price$630,000

Louisville, CO Homes for Sale

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$710,000 829 Rex Street Louisville, CO 80027

Beds 3 Baths 2 SqFt 1,712

MLS 868389   |   Listing Courtesy of Redefy Real Estate

$799,000 1090 Griffith Street Louisville, CO 80027

Beds 3 Baths 3 SqFt 2,164

MLS 3250239   |   Listing Courtesy of BlueMatch

$749,900 702 W Willow Street Louisville, CO 80027

Beds 5 Baths 3 SqFt 1,978

MLS 867820   |   Listing Courtesy of RE/MAX of Boulder, Inc

$525,000 224 W Cedar Way Louisville, CO 80027

Beds 3 Baths 2 SqFt 1,280

MLS 867517   |   Listing Courtesy of Brokers Guild - Cherry Creek

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History

With the opening of the Welch Mine in 1877, Louisville began to take shape. Within a couple of years, many other coal mines were launched and the Town of Louisville was incorporated in 1882. Unlike other coal mining towns that were controlled by a single local mining company, Louisville’s residents enjoyed a democratic community and worked for a variety of mines.

Over the years, thirty different mines operated in Louisville. The Acme Mine produced almost two million tons of coal from mines located directly below the town that exists today. Demand for coal dwindled after World War II ended and the last of the local Louisville mines closed in 1952.

12Degree Brewing
12Degree Brewing

With a strong Belgium influence, 12Degree Brewing is designed to have a community atmosphere...

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Bittersweet
Bittersweet

On chilly days, enjoy their heated outdoor patio or curl up at a cozy indoor table as you sip...

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Busaba
Busaba

Using a family recipe, this authentic Thai restaurant has a modern ambience and affordable menu.

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Loco Hermanos
Loco Hermanos

In the words of one of our agents, “this is the best burrito place EVER!”  Their...

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Lucky Pie Pizza & Taphouse
Lucky Pie Pizza & Taphouse

With a family friendly setting, Lucky Pie uses locally grown sources to make delicious, upscale...

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Melting Pot
Melting Pot

Specializing in fondue and unforgettable desserts, the Melting Pot offers a full-dining...

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Moxie Bread Company
Moxie Bread Company

Specializing in simple, organic baked goods Moxie Bread Company has excellent pastries, coffee,...

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Organic Sandwich Company
Organic Sandwich Company

Serving gourmet sandwiches, soups and salads Organic Sandwich Company uses the best, organic...

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The Huckleberry
The Huckleberry

Contemporary comfort food, this café and bakery serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers a...

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Coal Creek Golf Course
Coal Creek Golf Course

Known for its panoramic views of the Rocky Mountain Front Range, Louisville’s Coal Creek Golf...

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Farmers Market
Farmers Market

Operating from May through October, find all your local produce, baked goods and meats every...

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Louisville Recreational Center
Louisville Recreational Center

The Rec Center offers a variety of fitness activities for all ages including weight rooms,...

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WinterSkate
WinterSkate

Step back in time by visiting Louisville’s old-fashioned outdoor skating rink featuring...

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Louisville Arts District
Louisville Arts District

Promoting and developing Historic Downtown Louisville as a center for the arts is the prime...

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Louisville Historical Museum
Louisville Historical Museum

The Louisville Historical Museum is held within four historic buildings built in the early 1900s....

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FlatIron Crossing
FlatIron Crossing

An enclosed shopping mall with additional outdoor shops, Flatirons crossing has more than 200...

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Historic Downtown Shopping and Dining
Historic Downtown Shopping and Dining

As the heart of Louisville, the historic downtown is home to over 100 businesses.  It’s...

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Fall Festival
Fall Festival

Louisville’s Fall Festival is held on Labor Day weekend each year. The festival features a...

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Louisville Street Faire
Louisville Street Faire

Hosted in downtown, the Louisville Street Faire is held each Friday night throughout the summer....

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7th Generation Farm
7th Generation Farm

Visit to pick up your farm fresh meats, eggs, honey, vegetables and more. 

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Davidson Mesa Trail Head & Dog Off-Leash area
Davidson Mesa Trail Head & Dog Off-Leash area

Got a pup who loves to run?  Head over to one of these off-leash areas to hike or play...

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Sweet Cow
Sweet Cow

Locally sourced and handcrafted ice cream made on site.

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City of Louisville
City of Louisville

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Downtown Louisville
Downtown Louisville

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Bicycling
Bicycling

Louisville has excellent bicycle infrastructure to allow for safe and convenient bike...

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Bus Services: Call-N-Ride
Bus Services: Call-N-Ride

Call-n-Ride is a personalized bus service that travels within select RTD service areas. Book...

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Bus Services: RTD
Bus Services: RTD

RTD is the public transportation service provider for the Denver Metro region, and it includes...

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City of Louisville Transit Options
City of Louisville Transit Options

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E-Bikes
E-Bikes

On May 2nd, City Council approved an ordinance amending the Louisville Municipal Code to allow...

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Electric & Gas: Xcel Energy
Electric & Gas: Xcel Energy

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Internet & Cable: Comcast Xfinity
Internet & Cable: Comcast Xfinity

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Internet: CenturyLink
Internet: CenturyLink

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Waste Disposal: City of Louisville/Western Disposal
Waste Disposal: City of Louisville/Western Disposal

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Water: City of Louisville
Water: City of Louisville

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Permits & Licenses
Permits & Licenses

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Tax & Licensing Overview
Tax & Licensing Overview

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Tax Guide
Tax Guide

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City of Louisville Top Employers
City of Louisville Top Employers

The City’s major employers include Avista Adventist Hospital, Medtronic Navigation, Lockheed...

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Louisville Chamber of Commerce
Louisville Chamber of Commerce

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Avista Adventist Hospital
Avista Adventist Hospital

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Boulder Medical Center – Avista
Boulder Medical Center – Avista

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Centennial Peaks Hospital
Centennial Peaks Hospital

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