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Provincetown in Fort Collins

Provincetown is a nice place to live for families as there are several nearby parks, a lake and more. There also are several neighborhood schools, including Lucile Erwin Middle School, Loveland High School and Cottonwood Plains Elementary School. Homes here are competitively priced, with rates ranging from $255,000 to $800,000. In addition to single family homes, there are also condos, townhouses, lofts and more. The  homes here were built starting back in 1998 up until as recently as 2014. Most have anywhere from two to seven bedrooms and one to five bathrooms, making it perfect for a family with a lot of kids. The nearby Water's Way Park has plenty for kids to do, including play basketball or soccer, have a picnic, skate at the skate park or just play in the playground. There also is the huge Robert Benson Lake, the Fossil Creek Wetlands, and also Fossil Creek Park. 

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This state has many amazing cities such as Colorado Springs and Denver. Ivywild is located in Colorado Springs, and owning a home here has many benefits such as access to all the military bases, major shopping, entertainment venues and much more. 

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