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Old 11-03-2006, 04:42 PM
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I shouldn't have said the website was not good. Someone just pointed out that the Bradburn Village site has been updated and now even includes a blog to let you know what it's like to live here.

Happy house hunting!

Last edited by Mike from back east; 11-03-2006 at 05:15 PM.. Reason: No commercial links, please.
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Old 02-17-2010, 08:22 PM
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In case anyone is still reading this thread - can you tell me more about this area? Are the prices that are listed on the Bradburn Village | Home prices for just the house and not the lot?? How much are the lots or where would you find that information? Also, do any of the homes have basements?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 02-17-2010, 10:47 PM
Location: South Metro Denver for 25 years
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Most houses have partial basements in that price range.

Lots are generally not available to purchase separately.
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Old 02-19-2010, 12:10 PM
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Hi Ashley,

Those postings are a bit outdated but in the right range, they are prices for the house and the lot, but yes, you can buy lots alone and then use the builder of your choice as long as you build within 2 years I believe the rules say. Yes, all the houses have basements, many with finished basements.

Lot prices vary and I have the contact info for someone you can get the prices from (listing agent for the lots that are left). I'm going to send to you via a private message. Currently there are about 30-40 lots left in Bradburn for purchase.
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Old 02-19-2010, 12:15 PM
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The OP of this thread btw, is now a neighbor of mine and loves it here. Not sure what specifically more you want to know about this area, but ask away! Also you can do a search of the Denver forum for "bradburn village" and a ton of my old postings will come up that might answer questions you may have.
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Old 10-17-2010, 09:45 PM
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All of these comments are from 2006. Its now October of 2010....We are moving to the Denver area from Chicago. We found Bradburn Village and were very impressed. Four years later, what are peoples opinions about Bradburn?
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Old 10-29-2010, 05:40 PM
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Hi, We are also planning a move to the Denver area and Bradburn Village sounds like what we are looking for. However, our price range is the low 300s. Are there any fabulous planned communities in this price range?

Thank you in advance!
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Old 10-31-2010, 12:11 AM
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Sorry, didn't see this posting until now. I live in Bradburn, and the opinions of people that I know here (I would estimate around 100 or so people) haven't changed over the four years--they love it. In fact, in the last four years, I've met about 6 people on city data who have moved into Bradburn. All of them love it without exception. I recently asked one of them if they thought I had accuratley represented what it's like to live here during our disucssions on this forum. She said, "No, it's better".

BUT, every one of those people were looking for a walkable, mixed-use neighborhood with a strong sense of community. I do think many people here are a little dissapointed with the lack of development in our downtown area (I know I am)--quite a few businesses have gone in and out and a lot remains undeveloped (although two new things are going in right now), but I would say that is the only downside over the years I can think of.

@mbfitzy: There are some Bradburn resales that can be in the low 300s, although the new homes are in the mid to high 300s. There are more homes in Stapleton (in Denver) in the low 300s simply because they are a much larger neighborhood, but similar to Bradburn in many ways.
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