Welcome to quaint Niwot, Colorado!
An unincorporated town encompassing about four square miles, Niwot lies east of Hwy. 119, which is better know as "The Diagonal" between Boulder and Longmont.
The Niwot real estate market is setting its course for growth, but there is an active community association that keeps its residents updated about current concerns and development.
Homes in Niwot are perfect for buyers who are looking to live in a close-knit community and enjoy the good life. The median price for townhomes, condos and houses in Niwot is currently in the low-$500,000s, with gorgeous estates available in the millions, and some more affordable properties for sale in the low-$300,000s.
Niwot is a small town of approximately 4000 people who know their neighbors and hold community sporting and social events, such as old-fashioned ice cream socials. Antiques stores, auctions houses, restaurants, and restored buildings line Second Avenue in the old downtown area. When looking to buy your next property, as the natives say, "Why not Niwot?" The community also has an active calendar of events for activities that you can participate in for the whole year.
History of Niwot
In 1875, Niwot was officially platted into 700 lots by P.T. Hinman. He and another farmer donated the land so that a town could be created to meet the agricultural community's needs. The town was named after Chief Niwot and means "left hand" in the Arapahoe Indian language.