Moments from what matters most.
Farmlore’s idyllic location (just west of the Prairie Center and adjacent to the future Prairie Lakes Regional Park, south of E. 144th Avenue, and north of E. 136th Avenue between Sable Boulevard and 19th Avenue) will cater to all aspects of life. Residents will be just five minutes from historic downtown Brighton, where its revitalized Main Street (one of the state’s originals) is opening new, fun businesses and creating an arts and entertainment district to attract the town’s changing dynamic.
Farmlore is just a mile via trail connection to Prairie Center—Brighton’s largest retail center—home to major restaurants like Texas Roadhouse and anchors like Home Depot, Target and Kohl’s. Platte Valley Medical Center’s advanced care and the Eagle View Adult Center are only 2.5 miles away.
Great highway access to Denver, close proximity to DIA, Brighton’s Via shuttle service (offering free rides for seniors to and from the Eagle View Adult Center and paid rides to shopping and medical appointments) and future plans for a rapid bus line on adjacent 136th Avenue will link Farmlore residents to more of everything they need—and love.
For nature lovers, the 100(+/-)-acre future Prairie Lakes Regional Park, located right next door, will be a gem of rare beauty. Barr Lake State Park’s 2,715 acres offer 12 miles of trails (including the 8.8-mile lake loop), fishing, boating, hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, wildlife viewing and waterfowl hunting.