If spending lots of time outdoors is what you like to do, then the Sunstream community in northwest Westminster may be just the right neighborhood for you. With Standley Lake Regional Park within walking distance, this neighborhood offers homeowners plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Standley Lake Regional Park boasts more than 14 miles of maintained trails, single-track trails and roads that are available to hiking, mountain biking and horse back riding. The community also offers many walking trails and parks (Westbrook Park; Oakhurst Park; Dover Square Park; and Somerset Park).
With its boundaries of North to 100th Avenue, East to Wadsworth Boulevard (CO 121), South to 86th Avenue, and West to Kipling, Sunstream is close to Highway 36 (Boulder Turnpike), making driving to other parts of town convenient. Shopping, entertainment, and dining establishments are all close by as Standley Shores Shopping Center is in the northeast corner of this community. Also, many dining establishments are just a few minutes away at the Promenade just northeast.
The 736 single-family homes and 99 condos in this community were built from 1976-1997. Single-family homes range from 905-2,796 square feet and the average price (2013 data) was in the mid $200 thousands. The condos range from 553-910 square feet and the average price (2013 data) was in the low $100 thousands.
Sunstream homeowners associations are managed by LCM Mgmt (condos) and MSI Professional (single-family homes). Students living in this neighborhood attend Zerger Elementary, Moore Middle School, and Pomona High School.