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Willow Park in Fort Collins

If you like afternoon walks, you might enjoy living in Willow Park right next to Troutman Park and Westfield Park. There also is Westfield Pool if you prefer to swim. It is a beautiful area with nice landscaping, a pond, a playground and wildlife. Homes here have 1000 to 2,700 of livable square feet. They were built in the early 80s and 90s without a Home Owner's Association. They range in price typically between $410,000 to $617,500 with three to four bedrooms and two to four bathrooms. Want to get out and go shopping? You are in luck. The Foothills Fashion Mall and Front Range Village Mall are just a short drive away with their shops and restaurants as well. There also is a new Costco and Walmart not far away. Want to get out of town? I-25 is nearby too. Kids can attend Lopez Elementary, Webber Middle School and the acclaimed Rocky Mountain High School.

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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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