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Denver's Top Neighborhoods for Families

Relocating your family is never an easy task. In fact, it can be the most daunting, stressful event that you will face in your lifetime, especially if you have children. Moving to Denver may be exciting for you, but it may not be exciting for the youngest ones in your family. In order to make moving to Denver a wonderful experience, allow your children to be a part of the home buying process, allowing them to tour homes with you and give their input. The Denver movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage want your relocation to go as smoothly as possible, but we also want you to love your Denver home and neighborhood, which is why we have compiled a list of Denver’s top neighborhoods for families.

  1. Greenwood Village – Greenwood Village ranks as the number one neighborhood to move to in Denver. Families can choose between modern condos or single-family homes on substantial pieces of land that are beautifully landscaped. Your children can enjoy making friends in the community at Westlands Park’s playground, and you are able to enjoy a date night at the local fine dining Italian restaurant, The Wooden Table. Although perfect for families, Greenwood Village can get pricey, with homes ranging from the low to mid $300,000s to a couple million.

  2. Louisville – No, not like Louisville, Kentucky, but similar in terms of being outdoorsy. Louisville is the perfect Denver neighborhood for families who are looking for a country lifestyle in ranch homes on large lots. Although Louisville may sound like the simple country lifestyle where there is not much around town, the neighborhood has many commercial strips for retail shopping and restaurants.

  3. Superior – If you are moving to Denver and are looking for the perfect high school for your high schooler or middle schooler entering high school to attend, the fact that Superior has a 98 percent high school graduation rate should have you ecstatic about moving to the area. Homes in Superior also have rolling landscapes and typically range in the high $300,000s to $700,000s.

  4. Centennial – Centennial is located just south of the gorgeous Cherry Creek State Park and offers more of a variety of housing options for young families. If you are moving to Denver and are looking for a top neighborhood for your family, but are on more of a budget, Centennial ranks as the fourth best neighborhood in Denver for families and has homes starting in the high $200,000s.

  5. Lone Tree – Lone Tree is another top Denver neighborhood for families who are not on a budget and would like more room to spread out and relax, as well as enjoy golfing, fine retail, and fine dining.

  6. Erie – Moving to Denver and want to build your own home? Erie is your Denver movers choice for a neighborhood where you can find the perfect lot to build your dream home on. Or, you can find newly constructed homes and condos for purchase.

  7. Broomfield – Homes in Broomfield are not only beautiful, but Broomfield is also the neighborhood to move to if you are looking for a lot of local amenities and a wide variety of restaurant styles and cuisines.

  8. Lafayette – Lafayette is the Denver community to move to when searching for the place to start (or continue) living green. The area is also well-known for being a foodie destination, with chic restaurants like Luanda Eatery & Cantina and Bistro 503.

  9. Castle Rock – Castle Rock movers love letting relocating residents know how awesome the suburb is when it comes to crime. The significantly low crime rate is what makes this Denver neighborhood great for families.

  10. Littleton – Last, but certainly not least, the suburb of Littleton is one of the largest in terms of amenities per capita, which equates to roughly 5,000. Littleton public schools are also excellent schools for your children to attend.