Arvada’s Wyndham Park Neighborhood – Between Denver and Boulder -

Arvada Colorado's Wyndham Park NeighborhoodWyndham Park – it’s a destination neighborhood.  You know, like instead of someone saying they want to live northwest of Denver, they say they want to live in Wyndham Park.  It’s a newer neighborhood (built in 1998-2002), yet isn’t near Arvada’s busy train tracks.

In fact, as of last week, if you wanted a home in Arvada that was built since 1995, priced between $350,000 and $450,000, and not near the train tracks, there’s only two subdivisions you could search in. Wyndham Park is one of them, but only about 12 homes sell here each year, so you’d best hurry when they become available.

Wyndham Park is in west Arvada, so residents enjoy lovely mountain views. Most of the infrastructure in this part of Arvada is newer, the area has a bright, clean face.

Wyndham Park has a friendly, small town feel due to the mix of homes and nearness to shops, restaurants, and gathering places such as the park and recently built YMCA.

Wyhdham Park kids go to Fremont Elementary SchoolDrake Middle School, and Arvada West High School, unless they participate in school choice, private school, or charter school.

12 homes sold in Wyndham Park in 2009, between $345,000 and $485,000, or $162 per square foot.  There was 1 foreclosure and no short sales.  The homes sold for an average of 69 days on market, ranging from 4 to 179.

2012 Update:  Eleven homes sold in Wyndham park in 2012, with an average days on market of 99.  Prices ranged from $351,000 to $465,000.  One Wyndham Park home was a short sale, and one was a foreclosure.

2013 Update (as of Nov. 16, 2013):  16 homes have sold in Wyndham Park so far, ranging from $312, 126 to $495, 100, averaging out to $426,930.  The median number of days on the market is 17.  There has been one foreclosure and no short sales.


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Arvada is a historic town about midway between Denver and Boulder in Jefferson County, Colorado. There are many different neighborhood styles and homes prices, all served by well-loved schools. Call me to talk about the kind of neighborhood you dream of living in. 

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I write posts on real estate issues and local events in the Denver metro area, especially those communities between Denver and Boulder, as a public service. My hope is to give people an idea of the ‘flavor’ of our community, in case they’re new or moving to the Denver area.

I am a residential real estate agent, happily helping folks buy a house or sell a house in the beautiful and friendly suburbs northwest of Denver.  Read what past clients have said about me.

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I do tire of writing profiles about myself, I'd much rather talk about you! So please email or call me sometime. To look online for homes for sale in the metro Denver area, and set up a function to be notified of new listings, visit DreamHouseHunting.com. If at least a little info would be helpful, I've lived in Arvada since 1993, I've been a licensed, full-time real estate agent since 2001. You can read some past clients' testimonials on my website. I hope to hear from you soon! Joetta Fort, Independent Broker The DiGiorgio Group
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