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  • Wellington

    Why you'd want to live in Wellington

    The Front Range of the Rocky Mountains is a sought-after place to live, but there’s much more to Colorado than just Denver and Boulder! The charming town of Wellington, with its modest population of around 6,500, enjoys a pleasant proximity to the metro areas of Fort Collins and Greeley (as well as Cheyenne to the north) but maintains a relaxed plains lifestyle with plenty of open space, friendly and quiet townspeople, and enviable outdoor recreation. Wellington brings together the best aspects of Colorado living. The rolling plains give way to green foothills to the west, and the mountains are a backdrop that keeps everyone reminded of the majesty of their surroundings. Outdoorsiness is part of the Colorado lifestyle, and you’ll love the parks and outdoor spaces just as much as any native before you know it! Colorado is a notoriously laid-back state, with famously healthy residents. Northern Colorado in particular enjoys a high concentration of the state’s famous breweries, stunning outdoor recreation, and a rich culture of artists and entertainers thanks to the university towns nearby. Living in Wellington also keeps you close to two of Colorado’s renowned higher ed centers, Colorado State University (known for its college of veterinary medicine), and the University of Northern Colorado (known for its teaching and music programs). Like much of the rest of northern Colorado, Wellington is full of relaxed, well-educated people who enjoy successful careers. It has a high number of children, making it a great choice for families, as well as an exceptionally low crime rate. Per capita and per household incomes in Wellington are higher than state and national averages, but the population is somewhat economically diverse, with some poorer elements. This keeps property prices low, as does the vast abundance of beautiful land. via Search Homes in Wellington

    Wellington Market Report

    $453,218

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 140 HOMES

    $1,576,647

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 10 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

    $375,197

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 44 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

    $305,804

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 31 HOMES WITH A POOL

    $450,102

    AVERAGE PRICE OF 23 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

    Average Home

    Average Price $453,218
    Avg Bedrooms 3.12 beds
    Avg Bathrooms 3.16 baths

    Average Price by Bedrooms

    1 bedroom $261,900
    2 bedrooms $277,433
    3 bedrooms $349,911
    4 bedrooms $469,100
    5 bedrooms $775,772
    Wellington Home Price Trends
      4/2018 3/2018 2/2018 1/2018 12/2017
    Total Listings 129 118 107 97 95
    Average Price $452,058 $468,412 $460,291 $446,829 $440,795
    Avg Price Change -3.62% +1.76% +3.01% +1.37% +4.58%
    Median Price $354,900 $355,218 $358,256 $359,173 $355,062
    Med Price Change -0.09% -0.86% -0.26% +1.16% +8.66%
    Avg Bedrooms 3 beds 3.09 beds 3.23 beds 3 beds 3 beds
    Avg Bathrooms 2.89 baths 3.42 baths 3.46 baths 3.22 baths 3.1 baths
    Home Price by High School
    School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Market
    Fossil Ridge 1 $325,000 11 days
    Ft Collins 1 $1,375,000 62 days
    Highland 2 $782,500 188 days
    Poudre 112 $452,527 98 days
    Home Price by House Size
    Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Market
    All Homes 140 $453,218 121 days
    Multi-Million Dollar Homes 10 $1,576,647 260 days
    Newly Built Homes 44 $375,197 88 days
    Homes with a Pool 31 $305,804 82 days
    Reduced Price Homes 23 $450,102 78 days

    School Data

    Highly Rated Wellington Schools

    9

    PRESTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    Middle School
    Public

    8

    WELLINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
    Middle School
    Public