Superior, Colorado Real Estate and Community Resources
The town of Superior, Colorado earned its name way back in the 1800s from of the high quality of coal mined in the area at the time. After 1945, when the mines closed, Superior became a quiet ranching community. Today, our “Gateway to Boulder Valley” boasts residential, commercial, and retail development, and almost 600 acres of parks and open space, and 27 miles of trails.
According to City-Data.com the median household income for Superior homes from a 2011 study shows an annual income of $103,446 compared to $55,387 for all of Colorado.
Median values for homes and condos in Superior during the same period were $385,601 compared to $233,700 for the rest of the state.
For current, up to date information on homes for sale in Superior visit the links on this page under “Superior Real Estate” or contact our office to set up an appointment.
Schools, Health, and Transportation
For more information on local elementary, middle, and high schools please visit the school resource links below under “More Information.”
Colleges and universities near Superior include Front Range Community College in Westminster, the University of Colorado at Boulder, Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Red Rocks Community College in Lakewood, and Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State College of Denver, and University of Colorado Denver, all three located (as you have already guessed) in Denver.
Hospitals and medical centers near Superior include Centura Health-Avista Adventist Hospital in Louisville, Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center in Lafayette, and Centura Health-St Anthony North Hospital in Westminster.
Amtrak has bus stations nearby in Longmont, Boulder, and Denver.