The second most populous city in Larimer County Colorado is Loveland. Situated north of Denver along Highway-25 North, Loveland has a population of 70,000 people within a 25.5 square mile area. The town was named to honor William A.H. Loveland back in 1877 who was then president of the Colorado Central Railroad. Today it is renowned for its arts and crafts as well as beer.
Loveland and Fort Collins make up a significant portion of the metropolitan area which has received numerous awards from magazines, newspapers and even AARP as a great place to live. There are plenty of cultural activities in which to enjoy here. The renowned art museum, annual sculpture shows and various art exhibits throughout the year. Loveland is a vital business center for northern Colorado.
Although home values continue to increase in the area, there are still excellent deals to be found on single-family homes and condominiums. Be prepared to act quickly on any desired property because there are many home buyers who find the area to be particularly attractive. Some neighborhoods are extremely competitive, but an outstanding agent can make all the difference in this market.
Loveland is a popular spot for visitors especially during the summer months. The city is close to the Rocky Mountain National Park, as well as the Estes Park. Although the city of Loveland has a history, culture and a character all its own, it is also considered the best access point to other cities in northern Colorado. This makes Loveland a hub for commuters working in nearby metropolitan areas.