Greenwood Village




Greenwood Village is one of the most desirable communities in metro Denver to live, raise a family, start a career, retire, run a business, enjoy lunch with friends, or have a fabulous evening out. Whatever the occasion, you can expect a high quality experience and nothing less in Greenwood Village.In the 1950’s, Greenwood Village was a land strewn with farms, dairies, gravel roads, and a population of about 500 residents. Today, those rural elements have been preserved with the addition of a developed, dynamic blend of urban and residential areas, plus nationally recognized business parks that contribute to the well being of the Village. The land that is now Greenwood Village has a long and proud history beginning with pioneers and native Americans who first settled the area. During the 1860’s, settlers came from the east and mid-west to find gold. By the early 1900’s, the Village area thrived with orchards of cherry, apple, apricot, plum, and pear trees. In some important ways, Greenwood Village remains the same. Parents still want the best for their children, and neighbors come together to celebrate important events in the life of the community. Horses can still be seen grazing in pastures, and people of will still step forward to lead and plan so that the quality of life can be maintained. The community exudes a charming country ambiance in the form of an extensive system of interlacing parks, greenbelts, parkways, and biking, hiking and equestrian trails.
Greenwood Village boasts an ideal location, robust economy, and nationally renowned schools districts, including the Cherry Creek and Littleton districts known for high academic achievement. The Village offers a variety of wildlife, waterways, remnants of historic structures, and colorful gardens. Village cultural life is exemplified with a renovated 1914 school house that is now the Curtis Arts and Humanities Center. Programs and workshops emphasize fine arts and bookmaking, music, the arts in schools, and senior exercise classes. Another cultural icon, the Koelbel Public Library, offers an extensive collection of books, periodicals, and videos together with an art gallery, espresso bar, and a used-book store. Greenwood Village Day showcases hands-on art activities, interactive games, and live stage shows for young and old alike.Greenwood Village offers adult softball, volleyball, and basketball leagues throughout the summer, and golf enthusiasts enjoy a world-class golfing experience at nearby courses including Lone Tree Golf Club, Glenmoor Country Club, South Suburban Golf Club, and the private Cherry Hills Country Club.

The Village offers a wide variety of Denver Real Estate, including condominiums, townhomes, mainstream single-family homes, and multi-million-dollar estate homes. Many enclaves are highlighted by panoramic views of the majestic Front Range, downtown Denver, and landscaped greenbelts. Dining opportunities are in abundance and unmatched in the metro Denver area. Shopping is also first-class, along with entertainment and concert venues, nearby reservoirs and wilderness areas, and so much more.

Residents of Greenwood Village enjoy comfortable commutes to Denver International Airport and quick excursions to Colorado’s magnificent high country. It’s simply a great place to live, and the housing choices are among the finest in all of metro Denver.