Englewood Real Estate Information

A suburban city of Denver incorporated in 1903, but located in Arapahoe County, Englewood, Colorado, is 15 miles south of the state's capital. The city was estimated to have a population of around 33,000 as of 2005 figures, and is a popular place for residents who have business in Denver but choose to live outside of the city in a smaller community.

Most of the children of Englewood residents attend Englewood Public Schools, which is composed of two high schools, two middle schools and five elementary schools; however some residents' children also attend schools in the Cherry Creek, Littleton and Sheridan public school districts. All Souls Catholic School, St. Louis Catholic School and Humanex Academy are private-school alternatives parents can choose as an educational route for their children.

The Denver metro region is the site of over a dozen hospitals and some nationally recognized trauma centers, with a few located here in Englewood: Craig Hospital, Kaiser Permanente and Swedish Medical Center, with its special rehabilitation, senior health, neurological and cardiac facilities. Part of the Denver Tech Center stretches into Englewood as well. The city is pleasant, with a very moderate climate. The average high temperature is 65 degrees, with the average low at just 36 degrees. The city also averages more than 250 sunny days each year, and nearly 60 inches of snow, perfect for those looking for a winter wonderland.

When the snow has melted and the warmer months are at hand, residents can enjoy themselves on the greens of Wellshire Golf Course and Cherry Hills Country Club. Both kids and adults will enjoy themselves in the summers at the city's popular Pirates Cove Aquatic Center, a water park complete with a 25-meter, six-lane pool, a 35-foot triple-slide tower and a lazy river. Enjoy performances by visiting artists and locals at CityCenter Amphitheater and Hampden Hall, and learn more about the area at the Museum of Outdoor Arts.