When driving or walking through Broadmoor it’s apparent that there are many distinctive, well built luxury homes in the neighborhood. But what I really admire most about the homes in this community, and find sets Broadmoor apart from other neighborhoods is the uniqueness of each of the individual homes. There are really no two homes alike in the neighborhood. Sure there are a few Brick Colonials, and there aren’t many, that may share some resemblance from an exterior standpoint, but once you set foot inside the residences you’ll find that that’s where the comparisons stop. This for me is really something to be marveled and really makes the neighborhood a special place to live.
Why buy in the Madison Park or Washington Park when you can buy in Broadmoor and get so much more for your money? I’ve always been a big believer in the value you get when purchasing a home in Broadmoor, and when looking at the most recent sales statistics they speak for themselves. Recent sales show that on average you pay $111.00 less per sq ft. in Broadmoor and you’re getting a bigger lot for your money. Couple these factors with the neighborhood being private, less street and foot traffic, and a lower crime rate, equal an overall more peaceful environment to live in. If you’re in the market for a luxury home and haven’t given Broadmoor much thought your truly doing yourself a disservice, it’s a wonderful neighborhood to live in!
*Statistics are based on sales that took place in the last 180 days.*
12 homes have sold during this time frame in Broadmoor.
Averages: Sq Ft. 4,701 Price per Sq Ft: $397.66 Days on Market: 242
High: $4,700,000 Median: $1,542,500 Low: $900,000
17 Homes sold in Washington Park & Madison Park in the last 180 days
Average Sq Ft. 4,116 Price Per Sq FT. $508.52 Days on Market: 216
High: $4,400,000 Median: $1,942,000 Low: $1,040,000