Broomfield Real Estate

Broomfield – Colorado’s first master-planned community!

The ever-growing city and county of Broomfield has made a prominent name for itself through its agricultural history, humanitarian spirit and innovative contribution to industry and technology. Developing as a small outpost in 1877, the area that we now know as Broomfield was aptly called “Zang’s Spur”, named for company owner Adolph Zang. Post Gold Rush, the area’s main contribution was purely agricultural, mostly in the form of Broomcorn or Sorghum, used to make molasses and other household products. Incorporated in 1961 as a statutory city, Broomfield did not become a county until 2001, when it was ushered in as the 64th in Colorado. Covering an area of over 33 square miles, the estimated population is approximately 53, 807. Today, Broomfield is well known for its Interlocken Center for high-tech, retail and manufacturing industries. This technological center has been Broomfield’s premier employment center since its beginnings in the mid 1980’s and remains a major draw for commerce and business travel.

Small Town Feel, Big City Amenities

Some of the best shopping and entertainment can be found right in the heart of Broomfield. Whether it’s a day out at Flatiron Crossing or an evening concert at the First Bank Center, you’ll enjoy diverse activities that cater to a variety of interests. Venture west toward Boulder and you’ll find country roads and wide open vistas beckoning you toward the backcountry. You won’t find a better view along the Front Range! From Pikes Peak to Mount Evans to Longs Peak, Broomfield is surrounded by mountain panoramas from south to north and bounded to the east by the sparkling city of Denver. Outdoor lovers cherish this welcoming gateway to the Rockies with access to Rocky Mountain National Park, Boulder Reservoir and the Chautauqua Park trails spiraling up behind the majestic Flatirons. You’ll enjoy immediate access to extensive trails, parks & open space, provide for endless recreation. Just 15 minutes west of Denver, Broomfield remains a convenient hub to the city, while giving weekend warriors a quick getaway to the west.

Neighbors Who Love Helping Neighbors

Since its inception, Broomfield has been a deeply humanitarian community that presents its residents with numerous opportunities to engage with one another and give back to their community. There are numerous opportunities to get involved in local groups and meet neighbors, from Sweet Adelines, Lions Club, Elk Lodge, 4-H and more here ( Brunner House, dating back to the late 19th century, has been immaculately preserved and maintained by local volunteers and serves as one of Broomfield’s finest spots for hosting community centered events.  Local museums such as the Broomfield Depot Museum and Broomfield Veterans Museum protect and preserve the city’s history and are run by knowledgeable volunteers.

Community Links to Culture, Libraries, Schools & So Much More!

There’s so much to explore! The City & County of Broomfield offers an extensive and interactive website to learn more about community functions, events, history and general information. Start by checking out the local events calendar here (

The Marnie Doud Eisenhower Public Library ( is sure to be a family favorite and houses a variety of resources from reading programs, wellness workshops, language mastery, resume builders, genealogy and more.

Broomfield County is home to some of the best schools in Colorado. The list below outlines facilities directly serving Broomfield. For a complete list of public Schools, parochial schools, private schools and special needs schools, click here (

  • Centennial Elementary
  • Coyote Ridge Elementary
  • Legacy High School
  • Meridian Elementary
  • Mountain View Elementary
  • Westlake Middle School
  • Aspen Creek K-8
  • Birch Elementary
  • Broomfield Heights Middle School
  • Broomfield High School
  • Emerald Elementary
  • Kohl Elementary


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