Brighton, CO Homes for Sale

The fastest growing region in Colorado is about 20 minutes northeast of downtown Denver on the banks of the South Platte River.  Founded in the 1870’s as a stage and railroad depot and farming community, this is home to residents of Brighton, Colorado.

Brighton May 24, 2024
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Brighton Real Estate

They call it a “free-standing suburb,” these days, which means residents enjoy a balance of homes, workplaces, and natural environments all in one place, so that the need to travel outside the community is minimized.

As a result, a wide range of housing types and prices are available, and given the city's large investment in its own downtown infrastructure both business and residential growth is strong.

Brighton has a long tradition of citizen involvement, and the Brighton Chamber of Commerce founded in 1955, is a strong and vital part of the city and as the county seat of Adams County, all of the Northern Colorado.

Want to purchase or sell your Colorado home, townhouse, condo, loft, acreage or horse property in the Denver Metro, Colorado Springs or Northern Colorado areas?  Call the Kinkade Team at Brokers Guild Real Estate at (720) 605-1050.  Our team of experienced real estate agents are ready and able to assist you with all your realty needs.