Aurora Colorado Homes

Aurora CO Real Estate

Did you know that President Dwight D. Eisenhower recovered form a heart attack in Aurora Colorado? It was at this time in 1955, Aurora Colorado gained national recognition and worldwide attention.  Aurora is Colorado’s third largest city and has been highlighted in Redbook magazine as being one of the most affordable housing markets in the United States. There are a variety of Aurora Colorado Homes available for sale.

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From majestic mountain views to tree lined streets and neighborhood parks Aurora, is the ideal place to call home with more than 450 neighborhoods.  Aurora is a diverse community with a number of independently owned ethnically varied eateries.  Aurora also features live theater, an up and coming art scene, a symphony orchestra, horse racing park, seven municipal golf courses and two resevoirs.

Aurora is conveniently located for commerce and industry on the east edge of the metro area.  The E-470 toll way loops its way around the east side of the city, Interstate 70 is to the north and Interstate 225 goes north and south through the middle.

Education

▪            Aurora Public Schools

▪            Cherry Creek Public Schools

▪            Community College of Aurora

▪            University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus

Neighborhoods

Aurora is composed of dozens of neighborhoods, districts and (current and former) military installations. Among them:

▪            Aurora Heights

▪            Aurora Highlands

▪            Aurora Hills

▪            Aurora Knolls

▪            Beacon Point

▪            Brookvale

▪            Buckley Air Force Base

▪            Chaddsford Village

▪            Chambers Heights

▪            Chelsea

▪            Corning

▪            Crestridge

▪            Cross Creek

▪            The Dam East

▪            Del Mar

▪            The Dam West

▪            Eastridge

▪            Fitzsimons Campus

▪            Greenfield

▪            Hallcraft’s Village East

▪            Havana Heights

▪            Heritage at Eagle Bend

▪            Highpoint

▪            Hillside at Del Mar

▪            Hoffman Heights

▪            Jackson Farm

▪            Kingsborough

▪            the former Lowry Air Force Base

▪            Meadowood

▪            Mission Viejo

▪            Morris Heights

▪            Murphy Creek

▪            Original Aurora (the Fletcher townsite, Aurora’s “downtown”)

▪            Peoria Park

▪            Pheasant Run

▪            Piney Creek

▪            Ptarmigan Park

▪            Queensborough

▪            Saddle Rock

▪            Settler’s Village

▪            Serenity Ridge

▪            Seven Hills

▪            Sienna

▪            Stapleton ( Denver’s former airport lies in Aurora

▪            Smoky Hill 400

▪            Smoky Ridge