Right now, there are 0 active Ridge at West Meadows Townhomes on the market.
Right now, there are 51 active Littleton Townhomes on the market.
There are Currently 3 under contract Ridge at West Meadows Townhomes on the market.
There are currently 131 under contract Littleton Townhomes on the market.
There are 1 Littleton foreclosures on the market.
Average prices decreased $26,300.00 over the last year from $320,000 to $293,700.
It’s been a busy week for our team with several clients interested in Columbine Knolls Littleton Homes. The number of Littleton Homes active and on the market remains lower than the current demand from Buyers. We know the challenging market is creating a rough time for many buyers. We wanted to share some of the most recent statistics here.
Here are some of the Market Highlights:
There are 7 active Columbine Knolls Homes on the market.
There are 281 active Littleton Homes on the market.
Right now, there are 2 active Southpark Townhomes on the market.
Right now, there are 29 active Littleton Townhomes on the market.
There are Currently 3 under contract Southpark Townhomes on the market.
There are currently 115 under contract Littleton Townhomes on the market.
There are 3 Littleton foreclosures on the market.
Average prices increased $24,192.00 over the last year from $273,538 to $249,346.
The classic musical “The Music Man” will be coming to the Littleton Town Hall Arts Center this May through June!
Enjoy the music and performance retelling this classic story of a traveling salesman whose plans don’t work out the way he thought they would.
You can buy tickets at the Town Hall Arts Center website here.
Local guitarist Gregg Green will be performing at the Bemis Public Library on January 11th from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. He will be featuring some of John Denver’s classic songs including “Rocky Mountain High”, “Sunshine on My Shoulder” and many more.
Looking to waste a little time with some cool technology? Check out the Cupola Cam II on the littleton.gov website.
This high resolution camera is mounted on top of the Littleton Courthouse. When you visit the website, wait your turn and you will be allowed to control the camera and see great views of Littleton’s main street, The Rocky Mountains, downtown Denver and almost every major landmark in Old Littleton (Carnegie Library, Prince Street Bridge, Arapahoe Community College, Columbine Mill and many more).
The best Christmas light experience in town is “A Hudson Christmas” presented every year by Hudson Gardens. The gardens are transformed into a beautiful light show boasting over 100,000 lights, a holiday train, hot cocoa, and Santa himself.
The display is arranged in a loop with two refreshment stations, a warming hut, a very large model holiday train track, musical lights and a visit with Santa.
We took some pictures of our outing last night, but to do the display full justice, visit The Hudson Gardens website where they have a video of the highlights.
The display runs from Thanksgiving to Christmas and prices range from $6-$9. The full schedule can be found here:
Join the Bemis Public Library for a seasonal concert featuring the celtic harpist Star Edwards. Edwards is the director of the Colorado Celtic Harp Orchestra and has recorded two CDs featuring the Celtic Harp and the Irish Wire harp.
The convert is free and promises to be a unique seasonal treat this holiday season.
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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