Aurora Real Estate
Aurora has a population of just over 300,000 and is part of the Metro Denver area. It is the largest suburb of Denver and has the third highest population in the state.
With an avid interest in sports, Aurora was once honored in Sports Illustrated for its involvement in promoting sporting events. The arts, the outdoor trail system, and its military presence are an important part of life in the city of Aurora.
Attractions in Aurora
Cultural events are an important part of life in Aurora. Enjoy the Aurora Art District, the PACE Center (Parker, Arts, Culture and Events), the Downtown Visual Arts, the Fox Arts center, the Aurora Symphony Orchestra, Asian Film Festival and Art in Public Places Program while in Aurora.
Aurora has 300 days of sunny weather each year so many outdoor sports are enjoyed at the Quincy Reservoir and the Aurora Reservoir. Horseback riding, jogging and biking on the many trails throughout the city, whitewater rafting and the Arapahoe County Fair are also favorites. Enjoy the Butterfly Pavilion, a wonderful zoo for the whole family, or learn to fly at the Skyventure Colorado, where you can fly on a wall-to-wall airflow.
Neighborhoods in Aurora
The best neighborhoods in Aurora are in the Cherry Creek area in south Aurora. If you love golf, Saddle Rock is a golf course community with a nearby mall, a farmers market and great restaurants for dining out. This community has homes for sale for $200,00. and up.
Sienna in southern Aurora has wonderful views of the mountains, a community swimming pool, tennis courts and a clubhouse. The asking price for homes range from $400,000 and up.
There are lovely homes in Tallyn’s Ranch along with great amenities such as community pools, playgrounds, sunken tennis courts, a gazebo and clubhouse. The homes prices begin at $500,000.
Schools in Aurora
Noted for excellence in education, Cherry Creek School District has elementary, middle and high schools for those who live in the Cherry Creek neighborhoods and opportunities for higher education are many in all three metro areas of Denver.
Dining out at one of Aurora’s 250 restaurants and cafes is a treat in itself. For a wonderful variety of ethnic foods, enjoy Asian cuisine, Japanese, Mexican, African, Italian, Ethiopian and, of course, American food in Aurora, CO.
Aurora’s Sporting Events
Sports are an important part of life in Aurora. At the 220 acre sports park, there are a variety of sporting events for the whole family to enjoy. The city was once honored for its influence in promoting sporting events and attracts over 30 national and regional events every year.
Aurora’s Military Base
Buckley Air Force Base is located in Aurora. The city has had an important military presence since the early 1900’s. Buckley Air Force Base is also the largest employer in the city.
Aurora offers much to do and see because it is located just outside of Denver and close to the beautiful Rocky Mountains. With great scenic views of the mountains, a variety of restaurants, many cultural events and excellent neighborhoods and schools, Aurora continues to be a wonderful place to live.
- Capitol Hill
- Central Park
- Cherry Creek
- City Park
- Lower Highlands
- Park Hill
- RiNo / Five Points
- Sloans Lake
- Commerce City
- Evergreen & Morrison
- Highlands Ranch
- Lone Tree
- Wheat Ridge