Erie Homes & Real Estate

Erie, Colorado

Search today's newest Erie homes for sale and real estate listings below. The enormous population growth and surge of new homes for sale in Erie has in no way diminished area residents' respect for the city's history and character. Buyers who take a stroll down Biggs Street through the Historical Downtown Business District will discover how much Erie residents appreciate their heritage. From its beautiful surroundings and wide-open spaces to prime real estate opportunities and premier attractions, it’s easy to see why residents and visitors alike can’t get enough of what Erie, CO has to offer. For further information on properties available in Erie or to schedule a private showing, contact your Colorado real estate experts today. Read more about Erie real estate.

Homes For Sale in Erie, CO

Erie Real Estate Statistics June 3, 2020
302
Listed
48
Avg. DOM
$208.28
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$592,500
Med. List Price
302 Properties
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Erie Real Estate Market

The real estate market of Erie, CO is a thriving one that continues to grow year after year. Several new neighborhood developments have been underway over the past ten years due to the large demand from buyers in the area. The Vista Ridge subdivision is one of Erie’s newest master-planned communities, and new construction golf homes are still available on the market there. Housing opportunities in Erie include single-family homes, townhouse properties, condos, as well as ranch homes that sit on large lots with acreage for livestock or horses.

Those who tour the area looking to buy a home can expect single-family home prices to start in the high $200s and easily reach the $1.5 million mark and higher. The lower end of the market features homes for sale that offer about 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and under 1,000 square feet. These homes tend to be in the typical suburban setting on lots that are a quarter-acre or less. While houses on the higher end of the market offer up to 6 bedrooms, 5 and a half bathrooms, and can have over 6,000 square feet of interior living space. These types of homes are usually custom-built, sit on multiple acres of land, and feature breathtaking views.

For buyers looking for a little less maintenance when it comes to owning their home, the condo and townhouse market is very strong in Erie. These attached properties range from the mid $200s for a 2 bed, 1 bath unit with just over 1,000 square feet, to the high $400s for a spacious 3 bed, 2 and a half bath unit featuring over 2,500 square feet.

Erie Community Amenities

Residents living in Erie, CO have the benefit of being in a prime location near several attractions. Situated in a beautiful setting, this community looks forward to a bright future with its booming business culture as well as its agricultural roots with protected farmland. This naturally sets the stage for local businesses and artisans to try their hand at their craft. New restaurants pop up often and residents love to support their local businesses. Popular local eateries include Big Red F Restaurant Group, Protos Pizza, Jefe’s Tacos & Tequila, and many others. Erie also has a lot of custom hometown breweries such as Echo Brewing, Industrial Revolution Brewing Co, BRU Handbuilt Ales & Eats, and more.

The community of Erie is ideally located in the middle of Colorado's major business and population centers and homes for sale in Erie offer grand vistas of the Rocky Mountains and vast grasslands. Just south of Highway 52 and situated between Interstate 25 and Highway 287, residents living in Erie have quick access to Denver as well as to Erie and Denver International airports.

Erie is anchored by the expansive Erie Community Center which provides fitness amenities, pools and a cultural center. Many favorite local events take place in Erie like the Annual Erie Town Fair, Balloon Festival & Car Show. Anderson Farms is great for neighborhood kids of all ages and is known for its Fall Fest, which includes a large corn maze, hayrides to the pumpkin patch and best of all pumpkin launching! New restaurants are popping up including three new breweries planned for 2014. An ode to its roots, Annual Biscuit Day, is a tradition that began in the late 1800's. There is no shortage of activities for the outdoor enthusiast. Ride, walk or run on 31 miles of trails. Colorado National Golf Club is open year-round weather permitting, as is Coal Creek Skatepark. Erie offers an array of specialty retailers including The Flower Nook, Erie Gold and Silver and Escape Uptown Salon and Spa.

Erie Local Highlights

  • Prime location that’s 25 minutes from Denver and only 20 minutes from downtown Boulder
  • Located about 10 minutes from the Erie Municipal Airport and about 35 minutes from the Denver International Airport
  • The art community is very active, art venues consistently change their shows about every two months.
  • Hosts community events and celebrations such as the Erie Town Fair, Balloon Festival & Car Show, the Annual Biscuit Day, and more
  • Residents living here enjoy protected open spaces, parks, trails and forestry as well as a community garden with rentable plots.
  • Home of Anderson Farms, a local favorite that features a Fall Fest that has activities for all ages
  • In addition to the public and private schools that are available, Erie is home to 6 four-year colleges, 9 private four-year universities and 10 two-year colleges.
  • Nearby medical facilities include Buffalo Ridge Medical Center, Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Anthony North Campus, and Children’s Hospital Colorado North Campus

Erie School Information

Residents living in Erie neighborhoods with school-aged children should know that their homes will be zoned for schools in both the St. Vrain Valley School District and the Boulder Valley School District. Depending on location, students will attend schools such as Black Rock Elementary, Lafayette Elementary, Erie Middle School, Centaurus High School, and others located in neighboring towns. Erie also offers 2 charter school options, Aspen Ridge and Peak to Peak, as well as private school choices that include The Alexander Dawson School, Holy Family High School, and Vista Ridge Academy.

And for residents who are seeking higher education opportunities, Erie is close to many university and college campuses. Campuses such as Aims Community College, Colorado State University, Redstone College, Regis University, and more are nearby and easily commuted to.

For buyers who are looking to purchase real estate in a place that offers wide-open spaces but is still close enough to big city amenities, a tour of an Erie neighborhood is in order. From prime real estate options and local entrepreneur opportunities to seemingly endless outdoor recreation and things to do it’s easy to see why there continues to be so much interest in the area.

Erie Real Estate Agents

Planning to buy or sell a home in Erie? Let our local real estate team guide you through the sale of your current Erie home or purchase your next property. As Colorado real estate experts, we're well-versed in the unique market dynamics of Erie real estate. We're ready to work with you today!

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