POPULAR BROOMFIELD HOMES FOR SALE
Within Broomfield, residents will find various housing options. From single family homes, to luxury town homes, to apartments, there is something for everyone in Broomfield. Broomfield home prices range from the low $100s up to multi-million dollar homes. Visit our exclusive MLS SEARCH to find all Broomfield real estate and homes for sale.
There is currently 186 total listings in BROOMFIELD:
- Condominumum – 30. The median Condominium price is $227,719. Condominium in BROOMFIELD range from $121,900 to $448,750
- Income 0. The median Incomes price is $641,780. Income property in BROOMFIELD ranges from $0 to $1,500,000
- Land 15. The median home price is $737,329. Land in BROOMFIELD ranges from $114,500 to $1,960,000
- Homes 137. The median home price is $449,034. Homes in BROOMFIELD range from $119,000 to $2,350,000
FEATURED BROOMFIELD REAL ESTATE
Broomfield was integrated in 1961 in the southeastern area of Boulder County. Its name was derived from the broomcorn produced in the region. Over the thirty years that followed, the city developed through appropriations, many of which traversed the county line into three neighboring counties of Adams, Jefferson and Weld. In the 1990s, city heads started to set in motion the formation of a separate county to circumvent the disorganization of dealing with four separate counties. Broomfield assessed that it could offer services more efficiently under its own county administration, and requested to have an amendment to the Colorado State Constitution to form a new county. The amendment was approved in 1998, after which a transition period of three years followed. On November 15, 2001, Broomfield became the 64th county in Colorado.