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Larkborough in Fort Collins

Larkborough is located north of Harmony Road and west of College Avenue. Construction on this area began in the late 1970s with most being completed in the mid-1990s so the landscaping is established. Homes here range from 900 to 2100 livable square feet. Most are three to four bedrooms with two bathrooms available at reasonable prices. This centrally-located area is near Troutman Park for those wanting to take a bike ride or a walk. It also is near Front Range Village and the newly-remodeled Foothills Fashion Mall, where you can go shopping or grab a bite to eat. If you need to travel out of town, I-25 is only five minutes away. Parents should know that Lopez Elementary School, Webber Middle School and the popular Rocky Mountain High School are not far away.

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