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Old 10-07-2011, 07:12 AM
 
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i will be moving to the denver area around feb. was wondering where a good area for 3 kids, good schools, decent area, and places to work. i manage a restaurant in florida and would be doing that or serving. i will be renting as i own a home in florida and will be deciding if i will rent that. I am looking for a 4bd hopefully but will deal w 3 and rent around 900-1200 a month. no apartments or condos.
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Old 10-07-2011, 08:21 AM
 
Location: Limerick Maine
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i will be moving to the denver area around feb. was wondering where a good area for 3 kids, good schools, decent area, and places to work. i manage a restaurant in florida and would be doing that or serving. i will be renting as i own a home in florida and will be deciding if i will rent that. I am looking for a 4bd hopefully but will deal w 3 and rent around 900-1200 a month. no apartments or condos.
Hi Brisco, there are many areas where you could live here with those requirments, now a few years ago you most likely wouldnt have found a 4 br house for that much rent, it would have been much higher, but I dont think you would have to much trouble with the houseing market the way it is now.

From my own experience Littleton has been a great area to live in, I have lived in littleton since I moved out of my folks house in '77. Compared to some parts of the metro area there is not much crime. Schools are very good, my daughter went to Dutch Creek elem. many years go and it was a very nice grade school. In later years she went to Dakota Ridge HS, it was brand new at the time but is still a great school. One of the main roads going through South West littleton is Wadsworth Blvd., it has a reasturant row with many nice places on it, both chain and a few one off style reasturants. There are also many other places throughout the area with nice places to eat. And of course there are shopping malls all over the metro area with places in them as well.
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Old 10-09-2011, 09:54 AM
 
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thank you i look littleton up and it seems like it to be a good place w/ not to much crime luv the input
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