Arapahoe Meadows Lafayette
The Arapahoe Meadows neighborhood, also known as Weynand Estates, is a rather small neighborhood between the Spring Creek and Blue Heron subdivisions. It can be easy to miss Arapahoe Meadows since it is relatively hidden between the two larger neighborhoods. Towards the middle of the neighborhood there is a cute little library. This is great because this area is filled with families full of young children. “Take a book, leave a book.” Arapahoe Meadows is filled with huge full trees. The huge trees provide plenty of shade for the people who like to be consistently outside enjoying the amazing Colorado weather.
Yarrow park is the near-by public park, with basketball hoops, play structures, and sand pits. Kids love coming to the park when the weather is nice out. The play structure has so much to offer for an open mind of a young child. It has multiple slides and structures to climb on. Taking your kid to this park will definitely do the trick for the times when they might have a little too much energy. Next to the park is a huge open field along with a gazebo. It’s a great place to take your dog to play catch and run around. Some families even use this area for playing sports with family and friends. The gazebo has multiple picnic tables, so you can use this area for events or just to enjoy lunch on a nice day.
Real Estate Market
The homes in Arapahoe Meadows are larger single family homes, all of which are placed on decent sized lots. Most are 1/3 of an acre, or larger! The neighborhood was established in the early 90’s and has matured quite well. If you are looking for a very private home on a large lot with plenty of trees, this would be a great neighborhood to be in! However, there have been very few sales in the area, with only 2 or 3 homes coming to market a year. In 2016 only one home in Arapahoe Meadows was sold.
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