Two Northern Colorado Towns Make the Best Places to Retire List
While you might be decades away from retirement, that still does not mean the thought is not in the back of your mind. Many Colorado residents want to still call the Centennial State home after they stop working, but there are some places better than others for retirees.
According to HomeSnacks, there are 10 great towns in the state of Colorado that are the best places to retire. Two of these towns happen to be right here in Northern Colorado.
Loveland, Colorado ranked as the fourth best place to retire in the state of Colorado. With a population of 77,194 and a median monthly rent of $1,447, RoadSnacks says this is a prime place to be after you leave working life behind to enjoy your golden years.
Windsor, Colorado ranked as the top town to retire in the state of Colorado. Windsor's population has grown over 50 percent in the past decade with neighborhoods such as Water Valley and RainDance. The average rent in Windsor is approximately $1,500 according to RoadSnacks.
Windsor also has numerous golf courses, recreation, and retail locations for retirees to visit on any given day. There is also golf cart culture in Windsor. While golf carts may not be rolling down Main Street, you can find them cruising throughout Water Valley and RainDance on a daily basis.
Colorado's Best Places to Retire
RoadSnacks also named Fruita, Centennial, Lafayette, Englewood, Sterling, Steamboat Springs, Montrose, and Littleton as some of the best places to retire in the state of Colorado. See the full list on RoadSnacks.com.
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