The metropolitan area encompassing Loveland and Fort Collins has come out on top in ratings of "great places to live" by numerous publications, such as AARP Magazine, Money Magazine, and USA Today. The downtown area of Loveland includes many fashionable restaurants, art galleries, and shops housed in buildings that were built toward the turn of the century. In the heart of the city is a 300 acre oasis encompassing Benson Park and Lake Loveland, which has very nice sand beaches. Benson Park contains a tranquil sculpture garden where many residents go to escape the pressures of the world for a short while. Loveland is also a popular tourist stop due its proximity to the principal access routes into the Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park.

With its easy access to some of best areas for outdoor activities, Loveland CO real estate is highly prized by many nature enthusiasts and is comprised of older, charming residential areas and newer outlying neighborhoods. The median price for Loveland homes was $205,000 in the first quarter of 2007. Loveland boasts over 300 sunny days per year, livable neighborhoods, great employers, and a strong, diversified economy.

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