Give yourself a month to find the home you wish in this comfortable community. Look in the local paper, online, and by traversing neighborhoods on foot or in your car. While there are often vacancies in this community, you'll want to find the place that suits you best. When you find the spot you love, come ready to sign that lease -- with a credit report, ID, and W2s or bank statements.
Looking for rental houses in Berkley, CO? You'll find a home for rent, or townhouses for rent here. You can also find apartments of all types, including studio apartments for rent. Since Berkley is in and of itself a suburban neighborhood that is a part of Westminster, Colorado, you won't be finding any neighborhoods of Berkley here.
But just because there are no neighborhoods doesn't mean there's no housing here. Berkley real estate is made up primarily of small to medium size apartment complexes and single-unit residences. A solid mix of owners and renters live in older, established streets, where the homes were mostly constructed from 1940 to 1969. A number of properties were built between 1970 and 1999. You'll find retail shops and many small restaurants and cafes here. Delicious homemade burritos and tacos are easy to find.
Lovely Lake Sangraco, and a portion of bucolic Clear Creek and Little Dry Creek, form attractive recreation spots in this relaxing community. Bird watchers, boaters and people who just like to walk near lakes and streams will love this area. Nearby, Hidden Lake and Hidden Lake Park offer more recreational pastimes. Just don't fall in the water!
Also near by, you'll find the attractive Willis Case Golf Course, Inspiration Lake, and group fun waiting for you at the Lakeside Amusement Park. So get out your golf clubs, and rev up for weekend fun.
For all your retail needs, the Westminster Plaza Shopping Center is just a few minutes away, with stores and restaurants.
And while you may be howlin' like the wolf from taking a brisk jog, no actual wolf pack is hanging out at the lovely Wolff Run Park, also a few moments away. There's no lack of green space in the Berkley area.
While over 71 percent of residents drive to work, public transportation is also available, and commute time are under a half hour each way.
Gold was discovered in the area of Colorado that now includes Berkley. The South Platte River Valley had a major gold rush in 1858, which combined with the Land Act of 1862 and brought a bevy of settlers to the region. Prior to the human inhabitants, it was antelope and buffalo that ranged these grassy hillsides. Today, you'll find gold in the form of great rentals in a solid suburban community.