If you would like a home in the northwest part of Westminster and enjoy open space, walking trails and boating, then the Walnut Groveneighborhood may be just right for you! With Standley Lake Regional Park (a 3,000 acre park offering water skiing, fishing, walking, running, cycling, wildlife viewing and more) immediately to the south and Ketner Open Space and Mayfair Park inside the neighborhood, you can’t go wrong. Your four-legged friends will enjoy the Westminster Hills Off-Leash Dog Park directly to the west and the Colorado Hills Open Space is just a few steps away.
With its boundaries north to 108th Avenue, east to Hwy 121/Wadsworth Boulevard, south to 100th Avenue, and west to Simms Street, getting to Denver or Boulder via Highway 36 (Boulder Turnpike) is very easy. And, with its close proximity to Hwy 72, taking a leisurely drive to the foothills is a must. And if there is a shopper in your household, Flatiron Crossing Mall is a short drive north, and the Westminster Promenade, a world-class entertainment, hospitality and dining venue is located directly east.
The 673 single-family homes in this community were built from 1972-2009, range from 1,325-3,532 square feet, and the average sales price in 2013 was $255,000. The community has a homeowners association managed by MSI (http://www.msihoa.com). Students living in the Walnut Grove subdivision attend Witt Elementary, Wayne Carle Middle School, and Standley Lake High School.