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Windsor, Colorado is the fourth largest community in Northern Colorado and the 25th largest community in Colorado with an estimated population of more than 33,000 people. Homes for sale in Windsor, Colorado are approximately fifty nine (59) miles north of Denver. 

Windsor is situated between three cities, Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley which means this small growing community has many options for shopping, recreation and outdoor activities, dining and cultural events. Windsor retains its small-town culture from an agricultural history while growing new industries and developing new housing markets. Windsor boasts spectacular mountain vistas to the west and rolling countryside to the east, north and south. Most single family homes, condos, and townhomes for sale in Windsor are found in zip codes 80528,80550, and 80551.

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      Education

      Windsor is served by three school districts, Windsor-Severance School District, Thompson Valley School District, and Poudre School District. Thompson Valley and Poudre serve students in the Larimer County portions of the town.

      The Windsor-Severance school district has five elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, one K-12 charter school, and an 18-21 transition program for students with disabilities.

      There are many excellent higher education opportunities in and around Windsor, graduating nearly 70,000 students in almost 500 fields of study. Windsor has convenient access to Colorado State University, Front Range Community College, the Institute of Business and Medical Careers (IBMC), and College America in Fort Collins. In nearby towns of Loveland and Greeley are the University of Northern Colorado, Aims Community College and Regis University.

      Shopping & Entertainment

      Windsor has its roots in agriculture and local business but has grown to include craft beer, coffee houses, and several distinguished restaurants as well as many foodie favorites both local and national. 

      Windsor is a short drive to more shopping, entertainment, and dining choices in the surrounding cities. Immediately south of Windsor is the Promenade Shops at Centerra and 2534 which features Metrolux Multiplex 14 movie theater, a wintertime outdoor skating rink, as well as national brand shopping for home, fashion, outdoors/sports, and the largest bookstore in northern Colorado. West of the interstate¬†are outlet stores located next to a larger shopping area, the Centerra Marketplace. As the largest outdoor ‚Äúpower center‚ÄĚ in Northern Colorado, The Marketplace at Centerra offers 35 shops, cafes and restaurants including Target, Bed Bath and Beyond, Old Navy, JoAnn‚Äôs Fabrics, Marshalls, Pier 1, Petsmart, and Sportsman‚Äôs Warehouse. There are also a wide variety of restaurants to choose from in the Marketplace including Old Chicago, Carino‚Äôs Italian Kitchen, Chili‚Äôs, Noodles & Co., Chick-fil-A, Panera Bread and others.

      Located west of Windsor, minutes from downtown is northern Colorado’s largest events complex,The Ranch,  hosting over 2,000 events per year ranging from conferences to trade shows, banquets, sporting events, outdoor festivals, livestock shows, weddings and meetings with over 375,000 square feet of event space. The Ranch is 240 acres located next to multiple hotel chains with gorgeous views of the Colorado Rockies.

      Are you into sports? Check out CSU Ram’s division 1 football and basketball teams, or the Colorado Eagles ice hockey. Just an hour drive south are the Denver Broncos, Colorado Rockies, Denver Nuggets, and Colorado Avalanche sports teams.

      Recreation

      With Colorado’s 300+ days of sunshine per year, residents in Windsor enjoy spending their time outdoors. Windsor is a short drive to many boating opportunities on several lakes and reservoirs throughout the area including Horsetooth Reservoir, Carter Lake, Boyd Lake, and Windsor Lake. Windsor has more than 20 parks and open space areas including Boardwalk Park which is adjacent to Windsor Lake, and features a barrier-free wheelchair-accessible playground, picnic shelters, swim beach, boating, fishing and a lake trail. Chimney Park, which features athletic fields, baseball diamonds and an outdoor swimming pool, sits on the eastern edge of town and includes property that was part of the Great Western Sugar factory. Eastman Park, adjacent to the Cache la Poudre River, features a skate park, picnic shelters, athletic fields, trails, playground, and off-leash dog park. Diamond Valley features baseball and softball diamonds.  Main Park sits south of the town hall and features pickleball courts, basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, a playground and several picnic shelters. 

      There are 3 golf courses in Windsor, Colorado. There are also another 16 golf courses within 20 miles of Windsor, including 3 public, 8 municipal and 5 private courses. The oldest course in the Windsor area is the Greeley Country Club which was designed by Tom Bendelow/J. Press Maxwell, ASGCA and opened in 1920. Golf courses in Colorado offer views of snow capped peaks as well as year round opportunities to enjoy the outdoors.

      Take a short drive northwest of the city to Poudre Canyon, Lory State Park, and Rocky Mountain National Park for camping, hiking, biking, rafting, and fishing. Head further west for easy access to skiing at Steamboat Springs located within a three-hour drive. 

      Arts and Culture

      The Art & Heritage Center (AHC) is a hub for arts, culture, and history in Windsor, Colorado. The AHC hosts a number of art and history exhibits throughout the year, and provides opportunities for the community to participate in art and cultural programs for all ages.

      The town hosts a Summer Concert Series each summer, featuring local, regional and nationally known bands on Thursday evenings at the lakeside Boardwalk Park, complete with food vendors and a beer garden that serves locally brewed beer. The town also hosts a Farmers Market on Thursdays that begins at the end of June and runs until the end of September. Over¬†Labor Day¬†weekend, the town’s largest event, Harvest Festival, provides a weekend full of activities, including a parade, carnival, concerts,¬†hot air balloon festival, and home and garden fair. Movies in the Park, Oktoberfest and Windsor Wonderland offer seasonal entertainment outdoors.

      Northern Colorado is known nationally as the microbrewery capital of the US, and has more microbreweries per capita than any other state. Windsor is home to several breweries and distilleries including Mighty River Brewing, Mash Lab Brewpub, High Hops Brewing, Peculier Ales and Windsor Mill. Near by Windsor is Fort Collins, which is home to more than 20 craft breweries, including the fourth largest craft brewer in the U.S., New Belgium Brewing Co. 

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