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146 Apartments for rent in Columbine, CO

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Last updated August 20 at 6:21PM
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6909 S. Allison Way
Columbine West
Littleton, CO
Updated August 18 at 10:42AM
4 Bedrooms
$2,075
9605 W Chatfield Unit E
Charter
Littleton, CO
Updated August 19 at 10:07AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
9557 W. San Juan Cir #205
Charter
Littleton, CO
Updated August 8 at 9:53AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
6916 S Dover Way
Stony Creek
Littleton, CO
Updated August 18 at 1:51AM
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
4899 South Dudley Street Unit F12
Marston
Littleton, CO
Updated August 19 at 10:05AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
9656 W Chatfield Ave
Charter
Littleton, CO
Updated August 20 at 10:08AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
8755 West Berry Avenue #202
Marston
Littleton, CO
Updated August 17 at 1:42AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,400
5535 S Otis St
Marston
Littleton, CO
Updated August 17 at 11:30AM
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
W Coal Mine Ave
Kipling Hills
Littleton, CO
Updated August 20 at 7:35AM
2 Bedrooms
$1,525
S Hoyt St
Dakota Station
Littleton, CO
Updated August 20 at 7:41AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
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City Guide
Columbine
Moving to Columbine

If you've decided to move to Columbine, start gathering your leasing documents! When you hunt for an apartment, you need to bring all the necessary materials to apply -- in case you find your dream home and want to make sure no one steals it out from under you! The next step is to do research about the town. Even towns as small as this one have their own neighborhoods, and doing research about the area will make sure you don't end up wasting time looking at homes that you wouldn't be happy living in. Some considerations to keep in mind about neighborhoods include proximity to entertainment, cost and affordability, the neighbors that live there, and convenience of location and transportation to get to other places when you want to.

Know Your Neighborhoods

Want to know more about Columbine neighborhoods? Check out the list below. It contains some helpful info so you don't waste your time looking in areas that you wouldn't actually be happy living in.

*Southern Columbine -- *Southern Columbine is furthest from Denver and Littleont. This means that it offers the least convenient access to bigger cities, but even more beautiful scenery. Southern Columbine is home to three beautiful parks: West Laurel Park, Wayside Meadows Park, and Columbine Hills Park. It's also near the South Platte Reservoir and Chatfield Lake, so it might be the place for you if you like water and water sports. There are some restaurants and amenities here, so you could consider conducting your search for apartments here if you want a bustling area that's also very scenic.

*Central Columbine -- *The center of the city of Columbine is a great place to look for apartments to rent. This is the most busitling part of town, with big street Ken Carly Ave running through it. The center of the city has parks and businesses; it's home to Columbine West Park, Columbine Knolls Recreation District and Marker Park. It also has a good choice of restaurants and bars. End up here, and it's the best place to look for affordable places to rent in Columbine. You'll be in the middle of everything the town has to offer, and even closer to Denver.

*Northern Columbine -- *Northern Columbine is closest to Denver and Littleton, meaning it offers easiest access to big cities. It's a good place to consider if you're commuting. You can find mostly residential homes here, though there are some rentals -- including pet friendly apartments. One of the most beautiful spots in the city is in the Northwestern corner of this neighborhood. It's called Clement Park and Foothills Park & Recreation, and it's home to Johnson Reservoir, Columbine High School and Leawood Park.

Living in Columbine

Columbine is pretty much a sleepy suburban town. One of its best perks is its location -- on top of the mountains in Colorado. For residents who love to spend time outside and being active, it's a great place to call home, since it affords easy access to hiking and exploring in the warm months and skiing and winter sports in the cold months.

Let's face it, though: most people that live here just live here to get into Denver. Many people drive their own cars for the commute, and the drive is only about 13 miles long. It's possible to take a bus there, with a transfer in Littleton, but for the sake of convenience, most people just commute on their own. Obviously, Denver has endless draws. It's a great winter sports destination, and it ha professional sports like the NBA team, the Nuggets. It also has world-class dining and arts opportunities; Denver Theatre Center is one of the area's best theaters, and the art museum there, the Denver Art Museum, is world class.

However, residents of Columbine love their hometown and all it has to offer. The town is bursting with parks: West Laurel Park, Wayside Meadows Park, Columbine Hills Park, Columbine Sports Park, Columbine Knolls Recreation District, Columbine West Park and Pool., Dutch Creek Village, Weaver Park, Chief Colorow Park, Lilley Pad Park, Woodmar Square Park, Foothills Park, Clement Park. Leawood Park, and more! The number of parks shows just how much residents of Columbine treasure the outdoors. They play sports, hike, picnic, and love to spend time in nature. They also enjoy winter sports, as well; and the area certainly gets a cold and snowy winter!