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Greeley, Colorado is the second largest community in Northern Colorado and the twelfth largest community in Colorado with an estimated population of more than 108,000 people. Homes for sale in Greeley, Colorado are approximately sixty (60) miles northeast of Denver and twenty-five (25) miles east of the Rocky Mountains. Greeley was named after Horace Greeley, a politician and editor of the New-York Tribune, who came to Colorado in 1859 as part of the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush. The City was founded as the Union Colony in 1859, as an experimental utopian society, at the confluence of the Cache la Poudre and South Platte Rivers, but later changed its name to Greeley in honor of Horace Greeley. Greeley was built on farming and agriculture and has expanded into a more diversified economy including becoming a lead producer of oil and gas.  Greeley is bordered on the south by the towns of Evans and Garden City and has steadily expanded west towards Interstate 25 near the towns of Windsor, Johnstown, and Loveland. Most single family homes, condos, and townhomes for sale in Greeley are found in zip codes 80634 and 80631.

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      Shopping & Entertainment

      Each day, there is always something fun to do in Greeley. Catch a movie or shop the many retail outlets at the Greeley Mall, or for a more unique shopping experience; check out the Artisan shops and even see a local performing artist at the St. Michael’s town square and outdoor amphitheater. Nearby, the newly developed Outdoor mall and Shops at Centerra boast many unique retailers such as Nike Factory Store, Polo Ralph Lauren, Levi’s, and Ann Taylor. Also within the city are two Wal-Mart Supercenters and two King Soopers Marketplace shopping centers. The Budweiser Events Center, just east of Greeley near I-25 hosts many different shows and performances and is the home stadium for The Eagles, Northern Colorado’s semi-professional hockey team.


      There are more than 40 public parks all located within Greeley’s city limits.  Enjoy Colorado’s more than 300 days of sunshine in Greeley’s beautiful open spaces, ponds, and golf courses.  For more fun indoors, check out the Greeley Family FunPlex and mini-golf course. The city is filled with     parks, open spaces, skate parks, and conservation areas.

      Just a short drive west of the city is the Big Thompson Canyon and Rocky Mountain National Park.


      The Greeley 6 School District offers a diverse selection of school choices including over 30 public & charter schools, and 3 high schools. Greeley schools rank 4th all-time for the total number of Boettcher Scholarships awarded to students here in Colorado. Greeley is located near many excellent higher education opportunities that graduate nearly 70,000 students in almost 500 fields of study including The University of Northern Colorado, Aims Community College, Front Range Community College, Colorado State University, College America, Regis, and the Institute of Business and Medical Careers (IBMC).

      Arts & Culture

      When you live in Greeley, there is so much to experience. Downtown Greeley offers endless entertainment including shopping, patio restaurants, and local theater productions. The city proudly serves as home to one of the oldest symphony orchestras in the nation, called The Greeley Philharmonic. Residents enjoy the orchestra, and many other grand performances at the  downtown Union Colony Civic Center. There are many local events that have become a long-standing tradition in Greeley such as the Greeley Stampede. Each year, the city hosts the largest 4th of July rodeo in the world called the Greeley Stampede. People come from across the state to enjoy the annual festivities. There are also numerous opportunities to attend lectures and events held by the University of Northern Colorado.