This week’s specialized search features single-family homes on large lots (minimum of 0.5 acres) in the Denver Metro area.
You can see the search results below for homes on large lots in these cities: Denver, Castle Rock, Wheat Ridge, Castle Pines, Centennial, Greenwood Village, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, Golden, Englewood, Aurora, Thornton, Arvada, Westminster, Parker, Lone Tree, Littleton, and other major Denver metro cities.
We have also broken up the search for homes on large lots into the following even more specialized searches:
• Oversized Denver City Lots (0.30 - 0.95 acres)
• Estate Sized and Equestrian Lots (1.0 - 7.0 acres)
Looking For More Space?
You’re not alone in your search for more space! Many folks are looking to find a home with a little bit more room, both inside and out. Whether you need just an acre or less of land, or many acres of land, I would love to help you find your next home in the Denver Metro area on a large lot.
Benefits of Living on a Larger Lot
Living in a home on larger lot means a big area to play. This is one of the biggest reasons to looks for a home on a larger lot. If you have kids, you’ll want to be able to send them outside to play. Having a larger lot is also great if you have a dog or pets. Especially great if you have a big dog so you can let them run around in the yard.
Having a house on a large lot also means you will get some space between you and your neighbors. We all need a little bit of space sometimes. It can be much easier to love your neighbors with a little bit more space.
When you live on a larger lot, you will have more opportunities for growth. Like if you want to add an addition to your home, you have the space to do it. If you need more storage, a larger lot allows you to add a shed in your yard without compromising space. If you want to build a separate garage, you have the space to do it.
If you plan on keeping your grass green and your landscaping beautiful, then living on a large lot can be great for your home value. This investment is worth it to keep your yard full and healthy throughout the year.
Potential Drawbacks of a Larger Lot
Living on a larger lot means more yard upkeep. There is more square footage to mow and it requires more materials and more time to invest. In certain seasons, you will likely have to plan a few hours a week working in your yard or pay for someone else to.
Landscaping projects cost a lot more time and money with a larger lot as well. The scale of projects increases due to the added space. Even if you are going to pay someone to complete the project, everything requires more. If you plan on watering your grass, your water bill will be much more on a larger lot.
Curb appeal with a home on a larger lot can also be a drawback, even though it is at times a great benefit. If you fail to up with your yard, it may amplify the unattractiveness of your house. This can affect your home value. Living on a large lot requires a lot more responsibility.