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Englewood  Colorado

A home rule municipality in Arapahoe County, Colorado, Englewood is situated to the immediate south of Denver. In 2010, Englewood was ranked as the 23rd most populous city in Colorado. The population of this city stands at 34,917. Over time, this place has attracted younger and more educated professionals. Most people in Englewood employ private vehicles to get to work. However, the use of the public mode of transportations is also every day. Engelwood exudes a suburban-urban vibe. Most residents in Englewood rent their homes. The owners occupy 48% of homes in this city, and the place is home to excellent restaurants, bars, parks, and coffee shops.Popular schools include Charles Hay World School, Cherrelyn Elementary School, Clayton Elementary School, and Englewood High School.

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Residents in Englewood can enjoy a range of fun activities. People can unwind at the Devil’s Head Distillery, which has a fun ambiance and offers a great collection of drinks. Other popular attractions include The Museum of Outdoor Arts, The Downtown Aquarium, and  Belleview Park.

Overall, Englewood is an excellent place to reside in due to the proximity to greenery, lovely shopping places, and restaurants.

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