With nicknames the “Sweetheart City” and “The Gateway to the Rockies,” the city of Loveland is not only an ideal vacation destination, but it is a great place to live, work, raise a family, and most importantly, build a home. The endearing nicknames say it all—living in Loveland CO means access to a scenic and vibrant region with views and direct access to the Rocky Mountains.
Here are five reasons why residents find quality of life in Loveland, CO:
1.Loveland’s Character is Built on a Rich History. Traditions like the annual valentine re‑mailing program have been part of Loveland’s culture since 1947, when the postmaster and chamber of commerce came up with the idea to use the city’s unique name to share love and friendship across the country. The Annual Cherry Pie Festival is another example of a modern tradition that dates back to Loveland’s Spring Glade cherry orchard, which was the largest cherry orchard west of the Mississippi River in the 1920’s.
2.Community Amenities and Experiences. Whether you love to shop, dine or adventure, there’s plenty of things to do in Loveland. The Centerra community in itself offers some of northern Colorado’s best retail, restaurant and lifestyle options. Historic Downtown Loveland is just a short drive away from The Lakes, and is a great destination for checking out Loveland’s art galleries, museum and the historic Rialto Theater.
3.Advanced Workforce Opportunities Those trying to find new homes in Loveland, CO might be interested to learn that it is also a great place to grow your business and seek employment. Located at the heart of the “Colorado Higher Education Triangle,” Loveland‑based businesses can tap into talent from educated workers graduating from the University of Northern Colorado, Colorado State University, and University of Colorado at Boulder, in addition to graduates from Loveland’s satellite campus of Aims Community College. Employment opportunities from leading agricultural, education, technology, medical sectors in addition to advanced learning options await you.
4.Open Space Connections & Natural Beauty Hiking, biking and scenic “picnic‑ing” are easily accessible for Loveland residents via Boyd Lake State Park, Centerra’s trail system and Devil’s Backbone Open Space. Be sure to explore the Visit Loveland website for a list of the many hiking trails and bike paths nearby.
5.Satisfaction Guaranteed The experts agree; life is good if you’re living in Loveland, CO. Live Happy Magazine voted Loveland as the most satisfied city in July 2014, and Gallup and Healthways Well‑Being Index found Loveland to be the third happiest city in their February 2014 poll.
It’s no secret that the Sweetheart City is a great place to live; if you’re searching for new homes for sale Loveland we invite you to come tour the Lakes at Centerra, part of a 3,000 acre master‑planned community, and discover all that this inspiring neighborhood has to offer.