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Old 04-04-2007, 10:48 PM
 
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That's about all I really want to spend for just me, could anyone help me with what I could get for $1,200/month or less rental in the following areas:

Broomfied, Louisville, Golden, Boulder, and similar places in the denver area maybe?

Lookin for a 2-3 bedroom, 1400 square feet or larger, back yard, basement would be cool, lots of junk..(packrat). Where would I be lookin?

Thanks.
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Old 04-05-2007, 11:10 AM
 
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The old Northglenn-Thornton areas
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Old 04-05-2007, 01:38 PM
 
Location: Castle Rock, CO
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How do you feel about the south side of town? Most consider it a little better than the north side (although the places you mentioned are all good places too)

I drive by the Lincoln Station Light Rail, which is south Denver, Lonetree to be specific, all the time and theres an apartment complex right next to it. It looks like a really nice place, as apartments go, and they have a sign listing a 2 bedroom fro $999/mo. I believe its called The Metropolitan at Lincoln Station or something similar. Of course, limited storage, no yard.

Thats a good area, near Park Meadows mall, easy walk to the 'Entertainment Disctrict' of Lonetree. Its, as I said, right next to the light rail so you could get on there almost right outside your front door (maybe a hundred yards or 2) and get to downtown or anywhere the light rail goes quickly and easily.

If you're looking for a house to rent, I think you can find a reasonable home, 3 bed, 2 bth approx 1200-1500sqft, with basement and yard on the south end (highlands Ranch, Littleton, Castle Rock) in the range of $1200-1400/mo, maybe cheaper if you look around. You can rent a pretty nice, bigger house for $1600-1800/mo.
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Old 04-05-2007, 03:33 PM
 
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You won't find what you're looking for in that price range in Boulder -- though you maybe could get a 2br apartment (no yard) for that price. It's more do-able in Lousiville, Broomfield, etc -- you might get a small single-family home or a townhome with a yard, but I think you'd still be stretching it.
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Old 04-05-2007, 04:21 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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That's about all I really want to spend for just me, could anyone help me with what I could get for $1,200/month or less rental in the following areas:

Broomfied, Louisville, Golden, Boulder, and similar places in the denver area maybe?

Lookin for a 2-3 bedroom, 1400 square feet or larger, back yard, basement would be cool, lots of junk..(packrat). Where would I be lookin?

Thanks.

There are a (very) few places in Boulder that would rent a 3-bedroom for a little more than $1200 - probably further out of town such as the Gunbarrel neighbourhood. But you would probably get more for your dollar in the Broomfield/Louisville/Lafayette/Westminster area.
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