Louisville is located East of downtown Boulder. It is easily accessed by South Boulder Road or Highway 36. This quaint town, once with a quiet Main Street, now competes as one of Boulder County's best places to live. In 2011, the city gained national recognition when Louisville was named the "Best Small Town to Live" in the U.S. And, year after year, it continues to rank on the top for best places to live.
The city has an impeccable view of the Flatirons and has easy access to Boulder, Denver and Northern Colorado. Being removed from downtown Boulder, it also offers a small town feel with a welcoming community. During the summer, Louisville hosts concerts, street fairs and farmers markets. Year round, if offers community 5K's and local events.
If you have lived in Louisville for a while, you know that its growth and popularity continues to grow. What used to be a quiet Main Street, now lends itself to high end restaurants, patio seating and parking spots that are always full. Downtown Louisville has remained true to its look, however, with its colorful, old wooden buildings, a public library, local businesses and the city hall.
Houses in the area are going from the mid $500's to the millions depending on the condition. Even the small old-style properties are selling for premiums because of their location. Therefore, the fully remolded properties that seem to be springing up on the daily, are selling for top dollar.
Don't miss out on all that Louisville has to offer. Learn more about the city on the Historic Downtown Louisville page and visit our Blog for current events in the city.