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Golden City Luxury Real Estate
Situated 10 minutes away from Arvada City, Golden is the county seat of Jefferson County. It is situated at the Front Range of the Rockies, nestled alongside Clear Creek. Around 18,867 people live in the city as of the 2010 census. It is historically known as one of Denver’s primary sources of gold during the gold rush of the 1860s.
Golden was one of the first settlements to be established after the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush, named after Georgia prospector Thomas L. Golden. From 1860 to 1861, it was the seat of the provisional Territory of Jefferson, and also served as the capital of the Territory of Colorado up until 1867 when the seat was moved to newly-established Denver.
Growth continued in the budding city as industries came in thanks to the construction of a new set of rail lines. Many top-level schools would also be established in the area later on. This growth would continue for many years until hitting a sudden slowdown in the 1980s. The city has since recovered from the slump, and is as bustling as ever.
Amenities and Famous Landmarks
The City of Golden offers activities that are suitable for both young and old individuals. The city features a variety of museums and cultural attractions that exhibit the history of the city. The City of Golden also offers outdoor activities such as kayaking on Clear Creek, hiking in the trails of Golden Gate State Canyon and biking.
Aside from the typical public amenities of shopping centers, business establishments, hospitals, and the like, Golden is also home to the Colorado School of Mines, a higher-learning institution specialized in geological science and engineering. It is one of the most prestigious learning institutions in the entire state.
- Lookout Mountain Park
This foothill features prominently in the Golden skyline. Besides being a natural trekking ground, it is also the final resting place of famed Western showman Buffalo Bill Cody, with his grave being located on the peak of the hill.
- Coors Brewing Company
Coors built up its business in Golden when German immigrant Adolph Coors first set up his brewery here. The Coors Brewery in Golden is now the biggest brewery for the company, and the Coors brand continues to carry its Golden heritage with its trademark Coors-train-and-Rockies logo.
Golden Denver Luxury Homes
Golden Denver Luxury Homes are perfect for people who want to live in a slow-paced town close to the mountains and foothills. Golden’s real estate scene is vibrant with a mix of heritage-style homes and modern and freshly constructed developments. Buyers can choose between traditional brick-and-stone homes, modern single-detached designs, and high-rise apartments. Prices come in at $260,000 and up, with some places offering up to $6,000,000.
- Clay and brick style
- Custom contemporary
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If you’re thinking about living in a city of Golden luxury homes, you will surely enjoy the warmth and the comfort that this place can offer. Review our property listings for more information.