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Latest Market Stats For Old Littleton Homes

Littleton Homes Market Activity

The market activity for Old Littleton Littleton Homes has been busy this month. With such a high demand for Littleton Homes, we are constantly searching the MLS for new listings and monitoring the recent sold prices. Yesterday we created this statistical report for one of our homebuyers, and wanted to post the information here as well.

Important Market Facts:

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Coming Soon: Brick Ranch in Downtown Littleton Neighborhood

Downtown Littleton Homes

Our team is excited to announce our newest listing on 5410 S Huron Way. Located in the wonderful Downtown Littleton homes area, this brick ranch sits on a HUGE lot (.21 acres), has 3 bedrooms, a two car garage, wood floors, granite counters, all appliances and is in fantastic shape.

Make sure you take a look at all of the virtual tours and photos to see how well this home shows. A home in this condition, in this area, will sell very quickly.

If you have been waiting for the perfect Littleton home, this is it! Official showings will start on Monday the 14th, but you can contact our team to be the first to see it at 303-726-1874.

Great Historical Video on Wolhurst put out a great 6 minute video on the history of Wolhurst and the historical Manor House. I’ve lived in Littleton my entire life and didn’t know any of this.

This video is well worth watching. Highlights include: the Hope Diamond, gambling, organized crime and my personal favorite: an underground tunnel between the restaurant and the casino. One was in Douglas County and one was in Arapahoe county. This prevented sheriffs from one county pursuing patrons into the other county due to lack of jurisdiction.

Christmas Lights with Santa in Old Littleton

Downtown Littleton Christmas Lights

Every year, the Friday after Thanksgiving brings Main Street in Old Littleton alive. The yearly tradition starts when the sun sets and has Santa rides down main street on the Littleton fire engine, as the street is lit up block by block. Everyone follows behind with lit candles. It’s a lot of fun and has a more “small town” feeling than the downtown Denver holiday lighting.

My family and I were there this year, had hot coco, and took a few pictures. Please excuse the photo quality. I took them myself which explains why I hire a professional photographer to take photos and virtual tours of all of our listings ;)