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105 Apartments for rent in Frederick, CO

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Union Pointe
1605 County Road 1
Longmont, CO
Studio
$1,244
512 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,330
817 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,820
1144 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:33 AM
We are now accepting in-person and self-guided tours via scheduled appointments only. Our virtual tours are also available. Please schedule yours today! Welcome to Union Pointe, a brand-new, stylish community in Longmont, Colorado.
1 Unit Available
300 Dukes Way
300 Duke's Way
Dacono, CO
3 Bedrooms
$2,395
2600 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:44 AM
This beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home in Dacono will welcome you with 2600 square feet of living space! The kitchen comes complete with all stainless-steel appliances, an island, and pantry.
1 Unit Available
101 Jackson
101 Jackson Drive
Firestone, CO
3 Bedrooms
$9,999
1 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 08:42 AM
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1 Unit Available
242 Dunmire Street
242 Dunmire Street
Weld County, CO
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1041 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Come see this beautiful recently renovated house in Frederick. 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a master suite. This house has a large fenced in yard, plus plenty of off street parking. Pets allowed with owner approval.
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17 Units Available
Springs at Sandstone Ranch
2051 Zlaten Dr
Longmont, CO
Studio
$1,340
623 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,327
821 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,820
1135 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:32 AM
Situated beside Sandstone Ranch. Luxury townhome-style apartments with ground level private entries. Multiple amenities, including a clubhouse, outdoor kitchen and complimentary coffee bar. Swimming pool, fitness center and pet playgrounds also on-site. Furnished apartments available.
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20 Units Available
Watermark at Harvest Junction
766 S Martin St
Longmont, CO
1 Bedroom
$1,370
808 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,730
1121 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,094
1415 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:46 AM
This luxury community offers beautiful interiors, modern finishes, and lots of storage. On-site game area, pool with cabanas, and a dog park. Valet trash service provided. Detached garages available.
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11 Units Available
Ironhorse Apartments
1600 Iron Horse Dr
Longmont, CO
1 Bedroom
$1,300
710 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,674
1169 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:45 AM
One- to two-bedroom apartments offering granite counters, stainless steel appliances and in-unit laundry. Community highlights include a pool, dog park, gym and business center. Near State Route 119 and Fox Hill Country Club.
1 Unit Available
1618 Red Mountain Drive
1618 Red Mountain Drive
Longmont, CO
5 Bedrooms
$3,095
4290 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:44 AM
Make yourself at home at this charming home with 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom + office located in Longmont's Quail Crossing development! This spacious 4,200 sqft home features a welcoming kitchen that opens to the bright and spacious living room.
1 Unit Available
10610 Barron Cir
10610 Barron Circle
Firestone, CO
3 Bedrooms
$1,825
1512 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:25 AM
Available October 5th. Large master suite with 5 piece master bath. Ton of natural light. Beautiful kitchen offers plenty of storage and tile flooring. The second bathroom has upgraded shower and vanity.
1 Unit Available
805 Summerhawk Dr. T-118
805 Summer Hawk Dr
Longmont, CO
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1723 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Amazing Bright Town-home in Great Location!!!! - This 3 bed 3 bath town-home is a must see! Upon entrance is a large living space with dining room and kitchen with beautiful wood floors. The upstairs has 2 bedrooms and a full bath.
1 Unit Available
6510 Stagecoach Ave
6510 Stagecoach Avenue
Firestone, CO
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1502 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
6510 Stagecoach Ave Available 09/30/20 Updated Charming Home in a great Neighborhood Close to Parks and Schools - Walk into this beautifully maintained, 3-level home and you'll fall in love with the space.
1 Unit Available
211 Bonanza Dr
211 Bonanza Drive
Erie, CO
5 Bedrooms
$3,000
3840 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 AM
Available 11/01/20 Incredible Single Family House near Downtown Erie - Property Id: 364539 Rare opportunity to live in a coveted neighborhood in Erie. over 3800 sq.ft, it's the largest floor plan in the community.
1 Unit Available
804 Summer Hawk Drive
804 Summer Hawk Drive
Longmont, CO
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1300 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
Located near Hwy 119 North of new Medical Facility and near by Walmart shopping center More info & apply online at https://hunt.com/apartments-for-rent/longmont-co?lid=12972160 (RLNE5471538)
1 Unit Available
325 Southridge Pl
325 Southridge Place
Longmont, CO
2 Bedrooms
$1,575
1416 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 AM
325 Southridge Pl Available 11/02/20 2 BR, 1 bath, Townhouse style Condo 325 Southridge Pl, - 2 BR, 1 bath, Townhouse style Condo 325 Southridge Pl, Longmont See YouTube Video Showing: https://youtu.
1 Unit Available
1269 Trail Ridge Road
1269 Trail Ridge Road
Longmont, CO
4 Bedrooms
$2,195
2235 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:15 AM
1269 Trail Ridge Road Available 06/01/20 BEAUTIFUL HOME IN DESIREABLE WOLF CREEK NEIGHBORHOOD IN LONGMONT AVAILABLE JUNE 1! - This beautiful four bedroom, two and a half bath home has a huge kitchen and family area with a formal living and dining
1 Unit Available
397 Smith Cir
397 Smith Circle
Erie, CO
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1241 sqft
Last updated April 8 at 07:31 AM
Come see this fabulous 2BD, 3BA townhome in the coveted area of Grandview Estates. Large living room with newer carpet and fresh paint.
1 Unit Available
1838 Wilson Circle
1838 Wilson Circle
Erie, CO
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
1946 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Available 04/03/20 Renovated 3 Bedroom Home in Quiet Erie Community - Property Id: 176838 Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.com/properties/176838 Property Id 176838 (RLNE5645737)
1 Unit Available
6338 Stagecoach Ave.
6338 Stagecoach Avenue
Firestone, CO
3 Bedrooms
$2,095
2789 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
6338 Stagecoach Ave. Available 05/01/20 AWESOME 3 BED/2.5 BATH HOME IN RIDGE CREST SUBDIVISION-FIRESTONE AVAILABLE MAY 1! - This immaculate, open-floor plan home in Firestone is ideal for families and entertaining.
1 Unit Available
1073 Ponderosa Cir
1073 Ponderosa Circle
Longmont, CO
3 Bedrooms
$1,895
1680 sqft
Last updated May 2 at 11:49 AM
NICE 3 BEDROOM/2 BATH NE LONGMONT HOME AVAILABLE MAY 1!! - This Longmont home is clean, spacious and has newer carpet on the main floor and newer paint throughout.
1 Unit Available
174 Maxwell Circle
174 Maxwell Circle
Erie, CO
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
3344 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
174 Maxwell Circle Available 06/08/20 Gorgeous 3BD/2.5BA Erie Home with Mountain Views! - This beautiful 3BD/2.5BA home is nestled in the center of a cul-de-sac that backs up to an amazing green belt.
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The Miller
235 South Boulder Road
Lafayette, CO
Studio
$1,450
485 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,389
752 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,674
1112 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:33 AM
WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR TOURING! Welcome to The Miller, named after the esteemed Colorado Women's Hall of Fame inductee, Mary Miller.
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South Main Station
485 2nd Ave
Longmont, CO
Studio
$1,245
568 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,272
864 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,621
1097 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:33 AM
We are temporarily ceasing in-person tours with prospective residents. Virtual, self-guided or in-person tours are available by appointment.
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1 Unit Available
Parkway Flats
720 Fairlane Avenue
Longmont, CO
2 Bedrooms
$1,465
828 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:33 AM
At Parkway Flats, we know that every day is special, and every moment counts. That is why it is essential to have an inviting environment that makes you feel welcome when you are at home. Our beautiful two-bedroom floor plans do just that.
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34 Units Available
Cloverbasin Village Apartments and Townhomes
630 S Peck Dr
Longmont, CO
1 Bedroom
$1,249
749 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$972
986 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,425
1239 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 01:32 AM
Modern living on the west side of the city. Outstanding on-site amenities including a pool, playground, fire pit and grill area. Apartments include updated appliances, walk-in closets and spacious layouts with an all-electric kitchen.
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City GuideFrederick
In 1907, the city of Frederick was renamed after the landowner, Frederick A. Clark, by his three daughters. It's uncertain if Freddy dearest was good at math, but if he were, he certainly would have fit in. Ninety-five percent of Frederick's current residents work in either a math or computer industry.
In 1907, the city of Frederick was renamed after the landowner, Frederick A. Clark, by his three daughters. It's uncertain if Freddy dearest was good at math, but if he were, he certainly would have fit in. Ninety-five percent of Frederick's current residents work in either a math or computer industry.

Almost directly north of Denver, this city, whose population hovers around 9,000 residents, is well known for its contribution to the math and computer world. Admittedly, it seems a little weird considering Frederick, formerly known as McKissick, started its life as a coal mining town. While the mines have since been shut down, the residents of Frederick still pay tribute to their mining heritage with a yearly Miner's Day Celebration. Their historical significance with the mines, and their dedication to math and computers makes Frederick unique. But that's not the only thing that sets Frederick apart. Frederick is also home to one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the United States.

Moving to Frederick

Buyers certainly will have an easier time than renters in this Colorado city. If you're not really looking to buy though, don't stress out just yet. Although renting is not common, it's also not unheard of. Most renters do, however, find much more luck looking for a condo, townhouse, or detached home. If you're looking for an apartment complex or one-bedroom apartments for rent in Frederick, then you may need to consider looking at neighboring communities.

Here Are Your Options

When you begin your apartment search, you'll soon find out that rental apartments are scarce. Some families do rent their homes or townhouses out, so renting is not impossible in this community. In fact, about 14 percent of Frederick residents are renters. You may have better luck going through a realtor to find a rental in the area. Keep in mind that many realtors keep normal business hours, so you may need to make yourself available during normal working hours to visit a potential rental.

New, New, New!

The good news for you is that your rental is almost sure to be new. Well, it's good news unless you like historic homes, in which case your search just got harder. If you want something new, you're in the right place. Most of the homes were built after 2000.

How to Prepare

Frederick locals take pride in their community and are cautious about who their neighbors are. Be prepared for a credit and background check before renting a place. You should also be ready to offer references as well. Although it does require potential renters to take a few extra steps, the whole process is really a good thing. You and/or your family will sleep well at night knowing that Frederick is considered a very safe place to live.

Moving to Frederick
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Buyers certainly will have an easier time than renters in this Colorado city. If you're not really looking to buy though, don't stress out just yet. Although renting is not common, it's also not unheard of. Most renters do, however, find much more luck looking for a condo, townhouse, or detached home. If you're looking for an apartment complex or one-bedroom apartments for rent in Frederick, then you may need to consider looking at neighboring communities.

Here Are Your Options

When you begin your apartment search, you'll soon find out that rental apartments are scarce. Some families do rent their homes or townhouses out, so renting is not impossible in this community. In fact, about 14 percent of Frederick residents are renters. You may have better luck going through a realtor to find a rental in the area. Keep in mind that many realtors keep normal business hours, so you may need to make yourself available during normal working hours to visit a potential rental.

New, New, New!

The good news for you is that your rental is almost sure to be new. Well, it's good news unless you like historic homes, in which case your search just got harder. If you want something new, you're in the right place. Most of the homes were built after 2000.

How to Prepare

Frederick locals take pride in their community and are cautious about who their neighbors are. Be prepared for a credit and background check before renting a place. You should also be ready to offer references as well. Although it does require potential renters to take a few extra steps, the whole process is really a good thing. You and/or your family will sleep well at night knowing that Frederick is considered a very safe place to live.

Frederick Neighborhoods

Frederick covers almost nine square miles in Colorado. This may not seem like a lot, but within that area there are quite a few neighborhoods to choose from. Although there is fairly easy access out of town, you should still consider your neighborhood carefully. People in Frederick tend to have longer commutes than the national average, and living on a particular side of town can shave off precious minutes of driving time.

Town Center: Living in Town Center gives you access to both Centennial Park and the Carbon Valley Recreation District. While Town Center is one of the more affordable neighborhoods in the area, rental prices are still higher than 80 percent of neighborhoods in Colorado. If you're looking to rent, however, this is probably one of your better bets in Frederick. Rents tend to be more affordable in this neighborhood with a higher selection than other areas.

County Road 13: Located on the northern side of Frederick, this neighborhood is not quite as pricey as some of the other neighborhood. It's still not necessarily cheap, considering it's still more expensive than 80 percent of neighborhoods in America.

First Street: The First Street and County Road 17 area is also an affordable option, well at least relatively for the Frederick community. The homes are typically larger than Town Center, but not quite as large as the Frontage Road area. There is a higher vacancy in this neighborhood, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's not a good place to live. Colorado tends to have seasonal residents, which could possibly account for the decent vacancy rate.

Frontage Road/County Road 20: If you're looking for a very nice neighborhood to live, you've found it here. This neighborhood suffered less during the economic crash than the rest of America and also happens to be one of wealthiest communities in the United States. But if you're looking for an apartment complex here, you may be out of luck. There are almost no other types of homes aside from single-family detached housing.

Frederick Neighborhoods
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Frederick covers almost nine square miles in Colorado. This may not seem like a lot, but within that area there are quite a few neighborhoods to choose from. Although there is fairly easy access out of town, you should still consider your neighborhood carefully. People in Frederick tend to have longer commutes than the national average, and living on a particular side of town can shave off precious minutes of driving time.

Town Center: Living in Town Center gives you access to both Centennial Park and the Carbon Valley Recreation District. While Town Center is one of the more affordable neighborhoods in the area, rental prices are still higher than 80 percent of neighborhoods in Colorado. If you're looking to rent, however, this is probably one of your better bets in Frederick. Rents tend to be more affordable in this neighborhood with a higher selection than other areas.

County Road 13: Located on the northern side of Frederick, this neighborhood is not quite as pricey as some of the other neighborhood. It's still not necessarily cheap, considering it's still more expensive than 80 percent of neighborhoods in America.

First Street: The First Street and County Road 17 area is also an affordable option, well at least relatively for the Frederick community. The homes are typically larger than Town Center, but not quite as large as the Frontage Road area. There is a higher vacancy in this neighborhood, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's not a good place to live. Colorado tends to have seasonal residents, which could possibly account for the decent vacancy rate.

Frontage Road/County Road 20: If you're looking for a very nice neighborhood to live, you've found it here. This neighborhood suffered less during the economic crash than the rest of America and also happens to be one of wealthiest communities in the United States. But if you're looking for an apartment complex here, you may be out of luck. There are almost no other types of homes aside from single-family detached housing.

Living in Frederick

If you're living in Frederick, be prepared for a longer commute than average. Most residents have an average of 31 minute commute -- for you math folks, that's about five hours a week just sitting in your car. Most residents find it worth it though because they have other amenities close by.

On the weekends, residents enjoy eating at Georgia Boys BBQ Smokehouse or Hammer-Time Pizza. Eating and driving aren't only things to do in Frederick. In the spring and summer, locals enjoy golfing at the Bella Rosa Golf Course. If you're the type of person chasing your balls in the trees and the bunkers than the fairway, you may prefer packing a picnic basket and heading to the Big Fred Picnic Pavilion over golfing. Centennial Park is also a crowd favorite to watch the annual hot air balloon lift, Frederick in Flight.

Living in Frederick
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If you're living in Frederick, be prepared for a longer commute than average. Most residents have an average of 31 minute commute -- for you math folks, that's about five hours a week just sitting in your car. Most residents find it worth it though because they have other amenities close by.

On the weekends, residents enjoy eating at Georgia Boys BBQ Smokehouse or Hammer-Time Pizza. Eating and driving aren't only things to do in Frederick. In the spring and summer, locals enjoy golfing at the Bella Rosa Golf Course. If you're the type of person chasing your balls in the trees and the bunkers than the fairway, you may prefer packing a picnic basket and heading to the Big Fred Picnic Pavilion over golfing. Centennial Park is also a crowd favorite to watch the annual hot air balloon lift, Frederick in Flight.

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City GuideFrederick
In 1907, the city of Frederick was renamed after the landowner, Frederick A. Clark, by his three daughters. It's uncertain if Freddy dearest was good at math, but if he were, he certainly would have fit in. Ninety-five percent of Frederick's current residents work in either a math or computer industry.
In 1907, the city of Frederick was renamed after the landowner, Frederick A. Clark, by his three daughters. It's uncertain if Freddy dearest was good at math, but if he were, he certainly would have fit in. Ninety-five percent of Frederick's current residents work in either a math or computer industry.

Almost directly north of Denver, this city, whose population hovers around 9,000 residents, is well known for its contribution to the math and computer world. Admittedly, it seems a little weird considering Frederick, formerly known as McKissick, started its life as a coal mining town. While the mines have since been shut down, the residents of Frederick still pay tribute to their mining heritage with a yearly Miner's Day Celebration. Their historical significance with the mines, and their dedication to math and computers makes Frederick unique. But that's not the only thing that sets Frederick apart. Frederick is also home to one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the United States.

Moving to Frederick

Buyers certainly will have an easier time than renters in this Colorado city. If you're not really looking to buy though, don't stress out just yet. Although renting is not common, it's also not unheard of. Most renters do, however, find much more luck looking for a condo, townhouse, or detached home. If you're looking for an apartment complex or one-bedroom apartments for rent in Frederick, then you may need to consider looking at neighboring communities.

Here Are Your Options

When you begin your apartment search, you'll soon find out that rental apartments are scarce. Some families do rent their homes or townhouses out, so renting is not impossible in this community. In fact, about 14 percent of Frederick residents are renters. You may have better luck going through a realtor to find a rental in the area. Keep in mind that many realtors keep normal business hours, so you may need to make yourself available during normal working hours to visit a potential rental.

New, New, New!

The good news for you is that your rental is almost sure to be new. Well, it's good news unless you like historic homes, in which case your search just got harder. If you want something new, you're in the right place. Most of the homes were built after 2000.

How to Prepare

Frederick locals take pride in their community and are cautious about who their neighbors are. Be prepared for a credit and background check before renting a place. You should also be ready to offer references as well. Although it does require potential renters to take a few extra steps, the whole process is really a good thing. You and/or your family will sleep well at night knowing that Frederick is considered a very safe place to live.

Moving to Frederick
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Buyers certainly will have an easier time than renters in this Colorado city. If you're not really looking to buy though, don't stress out just yet. Although renting is not common, it's also not unheard of. Most renters do, however, find much more luck looking for a condo, townhouse, or detached home. If you're looking for an apartment complex or one-bedroom apartments for rent in Frederick, then you may need to consider looking at neighboring communities.

Here Are Your Options

When you begin your apartment search, you'll soon find out that rental apartments are scarce. Some families do rent their homes or townhouses out, so renting is not impossible in this community. In fact, about 14 percent of Frederick residents are renters. You may have better luck going through a realtor to find a rental in the area. Keep in mind that many realtors keep normal business hours, so you may need to make yourself available during normal working hours to visit a potential rental.

New, New, New!

The good news for you is that your rental is almost sure to be new. Well, it's good news unless you like historic homes, in which case your search just got harder. If you want something new, you're in the right place. Most of the homes were built after 2000.

How to Prepare

Frederick locals take pride in their community and are cautious about who their neighbors are. Be prepared for a credit and background check before renting a place. You should also be ready to offer references as well. Although it does require potential renters to take a few extra steps, the whole process is really a good thing. You and/or your family will sleep well at night knowing that Frederick is considered a very safe place to live.

Frederick Neighborhoods

Frederick covers almost nine square miles in Colorado. This may not seem like a lot, but within that area there are quite a few neighborhoods to choose from. Although there is fairly easy access out of town, you should still consider your neighborhood carefully. People in Frederick tend to have longer commutes than the national average, and living on a particular side of town can shave off precious minutes of driving time.

Town Center: Living in Town Center gives you access to both Centennial Park and the Carbon Valley Recreation District. While Town Center is one of the more affordable neighborhoods in the area, rental prices are still higher than 80 percent of neighborhoods in Colorado. If you're looking to rent, however, this is probably one of your better bets in Frederick. Rents tend to be more affordable in this neighborhood with a higher selection than other areas.

County Road 13: Located on the northern side of Frederick, this neighborhood is not quite as pricey as some of the other neighborhood. It's still not necessarily cheap, considering it's still more expensive than 80 percent of neighborhoods in America.

First Street: The First Street and County Road 17 area is also an affordable option, well at least relatively for the Frederick community. The homes are typically larger than Town Center, but not quite as large as the Frontage Road area. There is a higher vacancy in this neighborhood, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's not a good place to live. Colorado tends to have seasonal residents, which could possibly account for the decent vacancy rate.

Frontage Road/County Road 20: If you're looking for a very nice neighborhood to live, you've found it here. This neighborhood suffered less during the economic crash than the rest of America and also happens to be one of wealthiest communities in the United States. But if you're looking for an apartment complex here, you may be out of luck. There are almost no other types of homes aside from single-family detached housing.

Frederick Neighborhoods
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Frederick covers almost nine square miles in Colorado. This may not seem like a lot, but within that area there are quite a few neighborhoods to choose from. Although there is fairly easy access out of town, you should still consider your neighborhood carefully. People in Frederick tend to have longer commutes than the national average, and living on a particular side of town can shave off precious minutes of driving time.

Town Center: Living in Town Center gives you access to both Centennial Park and the Carbon Valley Recreation District. While Town Center is one of the more affordable neighborhoods in the area, rental prices are still higher than 80 percent of neighborhoods in Colorado. If you're looking to rent, however, this is probably one of your better bets in Frederick. Rents tend to be more affordable in this neighborhood with a higher selection than other areas.

County Road 13: Located on the northern side of Frederick, this neighborhood is not quite as pricey as some of the other neighborhood. It's still not necessarily cheap, considering it's still more expensive than 80 percent of neighborhoods in America.

First Street: The First Street and County Road 17 area is also an affordable option, well at least relatively for the Frederick community. The homes are typically larger than Town Center, but not quite as large as the Frontage Road area. There is a higher vacancy in this neighborhood, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's not a good place to live. Colorado tends to have seasonal residents, which could possibly account for the decent vacancy rate.

Frontage Road/County Road 20: If you're looking for a very nice neighborhood to live, you've found it here. This neighborhood suffered less during the economic crash than the rest of America and also happens to be one of wealthiest communities in the United States. But if you're looking for an apartment complex here, you may be out of luck. There are almost no other types of homes aside from single-family detached housing.

Living in Frederick

If you're living in Frederick, be prepared for a longer commute than average. Most residents have an average of 31 minute commute -- for you math folks, that's about five hours a week just sitting in your car. Most residents find it worth it though because they have other amenities close by.

On the weekends, residents enjoy eating at Georgia Boys BBQ Smokehouse or Hammer-Time Pizza. Eating and driving aren't only things to do in Frederick. In the spring and summer, locals enjoy golfing at the Bella Rosa Golf Course. If you're the type of person chasing your balls in the trees and the bunkers than the fairway, you may prefer packing a picnic basket and heading to the Big Fred Picnic Pavilion over golfing. Centennial Park is also a crowd favorite to watch the annual hot air balloon lift, Frederick in Flight.

Living in Frederick
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If you're living in Frederick, be prepared for a longer commute than average. Most residents have an average of 31 minute commute -- for you math folks, that's about five hours a week just sitting in your car. Most residents find it worth it though because they have other amenities close by.

On the weekends, residents enjoy eating at Georgia Boys BBQ Smokehouse or Hammer-Time Pizza. Eating and driving aren't only things to do in Frederick. In the spring and summer, locals enjoy golfing at the Bella Rosa Golf Course. If you're the type of person chasing your balls in the trees and the bunkers than the fairway, you may prefer packing a picnic basket and heading to the Big Fred Picnic Pavilion over golfing. Centennial Park is also a crowd favorite to watch the annual hot air balloon lift, Frederick in Flight.