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Old 07-09-2011, 07:56 PM
 
Location: Greenwood Village, Colorado
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Decided I don't like the outdated houses in Greenwood village. I know the schools are the best but I looked all over for newer and nicer homes that don't require much updating if any and decided I can put my kids in private schools.

I am torn between Castle Pines north and the Merdian. Castle Pines is prettier but further away from everything. Merdian has brand new homes, close together but it's closer to everything and DTC. I am thinking maybe the Merdian will increase in value more than Castle pines because it's like the new DTC area, but on the other hand they are going to build a lot of homes in ther Meridan whereas in Castle Pines North they are done.

Which would be the better area to move?
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Old 07-11-2011, 01:25 PM
 
Location: Colorado - Oh, yeah!
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I like the idea of Castle Pines North, but I think it is a lot like where I live now - at least 20 minutes to anything - and quite frankly, after 8 years of that I want to be closer to things. Meridian may have more traffic (I have yet to hear a positive review of Lincoln Ave.), but for me it would be worth it.
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Old 07-11-2011, 01:47 PM
 
Location: Greenwood Village, Colorado
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Thanks, I knew it was a long shot to get a reply since most people in this forum only know SE Aurora or Highlands Ranch. That's the only SE Denver they really know.

I grew up in the DTC area, so I am used to that lifestyle, but it seems like the meridian is much busier than orchard and bellview, and it wil get worse because they are going to load up that area with nothing bunch houses soon. I am just so torn between the 2. Greenwood village is nice but getting pretty old, however the comminuty is pretty nice with parades up and down the street and it feels much safer.
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