Niwot was first settled by Chief Niwot in the mid 1800's and became a developed city when the Colorado Central Railroad was extended North from Boulder. The old buildings from the early 1900's still remain in Niwot's Historic District and magnify Niwot's quaint small-town feel.
Today, walking down Niwot's Main Street, it is hard not to go back to a simpler time. The streets are quiet, trees abundant and small local shops with friendly employees line the street. The city lies between Boulder and Longmont and is constantly alive with community events, art walks, concerts and wine tasting.
Niwot's location, views, well-sized homes and network of private and public schools, make this city's median cost high at the mid $700's. But for residents looking to get out of the city and families looking for more square footage, this city is for you.
One well-known neighborhood in Niwot is Somerset Meadows. Not only is this neighborhood filled with newer homes, but it allows families quieter living with access to open space and a great sense of community.
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