Welcome to Greenwood Village
Greenwood Village was first settled in the mid-1800s among endless farms and orchards, and bloomed to support the growing mining industry. Today’s Village is an upscale urban and residential Mecca housing some of the nation’s most notable business parks, while managing to hold on to its rural origins.
With horse properties and mansions to contemporary lofts and subdivisions all in the area, finding homes near Greenwood Village suitable for families and singles alike, is simple with the right Realtor. At Greenwood Village's core is the Denver Technological Center, which headquarters many technology-oriented companies and is one of the region’s largest employment corridors, contributing largely to the Village’s downtown-like economy.
Greenwood Village boasts 300 acres of parks, 100 acres of undeveloped open space, and an expansive trail system with more than 40 miles of scenic walking, biking, and equestrian paths.
Recently landing at #31 on the list of highest income communities in the country with a population of at least 10,000, it’s no surprise that the average listing prices of homes for sale in the Village hover around $1 million. In the first three quarters of 2013 alone, Greenwood Village real estate agents have helped buyers find 235 homes—almost surpassing 2012 in total, making the neighborhood an increasingly desirable place to live.