Evergreen Colorado Mortgage

Evergreen Colorado Mortgage

Evergreen, Colorado

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Evergreen Colorado is one of the front Range’s premier suburbs. Boasting beautiful views and the best of what Colorado has to offer in mountain seclusion. Stone Creek Mortgage serves Evergreen Colorado real estate.


When homesteader Thomas Bergen arrived in Evergreen, Colorado in 1859, he set up a ranch and stage stop north of present-day downtown Evergreen. Bergen’s Ranch, as it was called, was recognized as a settled area of Jefferson County, Jefferson Territory. Settlers followed after him and homesteaded south of Bergen along Bear Creek Canyon and the downtown area grew around the confluence of Cub Creek and Bear Creek. Another settler by the name of Dwight P. Wilmot is credited with naming the area “Evergreen.” In those days, as legend has it, Evergreen’s pine, spruce and fir forests were so thick you couldn’t walk a horse between the tree trunks. Harvested lumber and processed lumber in Evergreen’s sawmills were sent to Denver for new homes and commercial buildings. The Evergreen farmers raised cattle raised on local ranches, along with the hay, potatoes, and peas and sent them to Denver for sale.

By the 1880s, Evergreen, Colorado’s population exploded to 200 people and six operating sawmills. In 1911, further growth was spurred by improvements of the road from Denver up Bear Creek Canyon and electrical services reaching the town. At that time the town became a popular summer destination for Denver residents. Resorts sprang up like Troutdale-in-the-Pines, Greystone Guest Ranch and the Brook Forest Inn. These resorts entertained Denverites and celebrities including film stars of the day. President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Theodore Roosevelt were know to vacation at the Troutdale-in-the-Pines.

In the 1950s, improvments to utilities in town and the rising popularity of automobiles began to entice more future residents to stay year-round. Ever since that day Evergreen, Colorado is known as a commuter community.


Evergreen, Colorado sits at an elevation of 7,220 feet in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Located 15 miles west of Denver, Evergreen, Colorado is an easy commute off Interstate 70 only 35 minutes from downtown Denver, 50 minutes from the Denver Tech Center and 70 minutes from Denver International Airport (DIA).

The area of Evergreen, Colorado encompasses about 130 square miles of pine and aspen-laden hills. It sprawls from the flanks of 14,260-foot Mount Evans on the west, to the edge of the high plains on the east. Evergreen’s sister communities of Conifer and Aspen Park are located on the south end and Genesee and Lookout Mountain on the north. In 2006, approximately 41,500 people call Evergreen home. There are 17,772 households and according to the last CACI Marketing System report, the median income for a household was $92,053.

Thousands of acres of land filled with giant spruce and pine forests surround Evergreen, Colorado. The climate offers cool summers with temperatures ranging from the high 70’s to the low 80’s. Winters are relatively mild, in the mid 40’s to 50 degrees.


Many Evergreen residents are artists, engineers, scientists, carpenters, retailers, homemakers and heads of corporations. They work in nearby Denver and come home to the high country of Evergreen, Colorado. Other residents both live and work in the mountain community.

Costs for purchasing a quality home, supporting quality schools and paying taxes for local government is less than in metropolitan areas on either coast. Subdivisions in Evergreen, Colorado include Alpine Hills, Arapaho Park Estates, Beer Creek Estates, Above Evergreen Meadows, Lone Peak area, Beaver Brook Canyon, Broken Arrow Estates, Brook Forest Estates, Circle K Ranch Homesites, Diamond Park, Echo Hills Subdivision, Evergreen Park Estates and Evergreen Highlands. Here you will find homes priced from $210,000 to over $1million.

Moving to Evergreen, Colorado and looking to finance a new or used home? Citywide Home Loans Mortgage and Home Loan is a direct mortgage lender and banker who has helped people get loans for homes and land in Evergreen, Colorado. Whether you are an excellent borrower or need expert assistance to obtain a loan, count on Citywide Home Loans to find the right financing for you. Low Mortgage rates and closing costs are the name of the game at Citywide Home Loans Mortgage and Real Estate.


Evergreen Lake is Evergreen, Colorado’s most famous attraction located above the downtown area. This lake was created by damming Bear Creek in 1927 and is fed by tributaries from Mt. Evans. Here you’ll find a mix of historic buildings and local businesses including the well-known restaurant, The Little Bear. Evergreen Lake offers all season recreational activities that include boating, fishing, birding, ice-skating, weddings and concerts. The lake is bordered by mountain parks including the nearby Echo Mountain Park known for its miles of trails for hiking, biking, snowshoeing and horseback riding.

Evergreen Historic District runs through the heart of downtown Evergreen and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The first “Main Street” surrounds today’s Episcopal Church of Transfiguration, north and south of Hwy 74, at today’s Meadow Drive. The road follows Bear Creek around Sheep’s Head Hill and Highland Haven Inn.

The Evergreen Conference Historic District houses 23 historic buildings on seven-acres and was also placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The buildings on the “lower campus” (south and west of Bear Creek) surrounding the Episcopal Church of Transfiguration (built in 1964) are still being used today by the diocese.

Everhardt Ranch/Herzman Ranch is located at Lone Peak Dr. & N. Mountain Park Rd and is on the National Register of Historic Places. This ranch is one of the most significant historic properties in the Evergreen area. The original homesteader, Johnny Everhardt, was the first white settler. Around 1890, after a crippling accident, the property was sold to the Herzman family who cared for Everhardt until his death. The most prominent buildings remaining on the property are a circa 1885 1ý -story log residence and a circa 1870 log barn.

Evergreen Golf Course is located on the west shore of Evergreen Lake west of downtown Evergreen, Colorado. This beautiful golf course wraps around a mountain and cuts through ponderosa pines. A round of golf is affordable and an enjoyable experience but a good challenge to the best players while accommodating those with higher handicaps. With 18 exciting holes and spectacular views from every tee, an average golfer will find many side hill lies, wooded areas and out-of-bounds offering more challenges than the yardage implies. Advanced players will find many opportunities to create shots and discover hole designs that entice risk taking, but demand solid execution.


Evergreen is surrounded by thousands of acres of land in the Denver Mountain Parks and Jefferson County Open Space park systems. The Denver Mountain Parks in the area are Bergen park, Corwina Park, Dedisse Park, Dillon Park, Fillius Park, O’Fallon Park and Pence Park in Indian Hills. Denver Mountain Parks were purchased in the early 1900’s by the city and county of Denver. Several of them are located in the Evergreen area and are primarily used for picnicking for large or small groups.

The Jefferson County Open Space Parks are Alderfer/Three Sisters, Elk Meadow, Lair o’ the Bear, and Mount Falcon Park in Indian Hills. Hiwan Golf Club is a country club located just east of Bergen Park and is Evergreen’s only country club. These parks have been set aside in Jefferson County for outdoor, daytime recreation, including picnicking, hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

For those of you who enjoy camping Chief Hosa Campground located at exit 253 off Interstate 70, phone 303 526 1327, is a wonderful area to camp. The campground offers full hook ups, laundry and a pool. is the closest to Evergreen, at exit 253 on I-70. They offer full hook ups, laundry & pool.

Bear Creek Lake Park, phone 303 697 6159, is only 20 minutes east of Evergreen and offers fishing, horseback riding, and swimming.

Echo Lake is run by the US Forest Service, phone 303 567 3000, and is 45 minutes west of Evergreen at 10,600 ft. elevation


Jefferson County School District oversees Evergreen, Colorado schools.

Evergreen High School located at 29300 Buffalo Park Road, Evergreen, phone 303 982 5140 has over 900 students in grades 9 through 12.

Conifer High School located at 10441 County Hwy 73, Conifer, phone: 303 982 5255, has over 600 students in grades 9 through 12. Students living in southern part of Evergreen, Colorado, attend Conifer High School.

Bergen Meadows Primary School
1892 Bergen Way
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 982 4918

Wilmot Elementary School
5124 South Hatch Drive
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 982 5333

Marshdale Elementary School
26663 North Turkey Creek Road
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 982 5173

Bergen Valley Intermediate School
1422 Sugarbush Drive
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 982 4892

Evergreen Academy
27826 Alabraska Lane
Evergreen, CO 8439
Phone: 303 674 1411

Residents who live west of the Clear Creek County line attend Clear Creek High School located at 320 Highway 103, Idaho Springs, CO, phone 303 679 4600. These students also attend Clear Creek Middle School located at 320 Highway 103, Idaho Springs, CO , phone 303 567 4461. King-Murphy Elementary located at 425 Circle K Road Evergreen, CO phone 303 670 0005 has been ranked in the top 1% of elementary schools in Colorado.


Wells Fargo
3082 Evergreen Pkwy
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 327 0070

First Bank of Evergreen
30770 Stagecoach Blvd.
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 679 1000

First Bank of Evergreen – Bergen Park
1153 Bergen Pkwy., Unit 1
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 679 9900

First Bank
74 Stagecoach Blvd
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 679 1000

U.S. Bank
2922 Evergreen Pkwy
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: (800) 720 2265


Evergreen, Colorado is known as a commuter community. Residents live in this gorgeous mountain community and commute to the Denver metropolitan area. However, there are small businesses, professional services and retail stores that offer full and part-time employment for local residents.

Evergreen Metropolitan District located at 30920 Stagecoach Blvd. Evergreen, CO, phone 303-674-4112, is a water treatment facility and distribution system for the Evergreen area. Evergreen Metropolitan District offers various employment opportunities to live and work in Evergreen.

Mt. Evans Hospice, Inc. located at 3081 Bergen Peak Drive, Evergreen, CO, phone 303 674 4331, offers home health and short-term hospice care.


Since Evergreen is an unincorporated area, services usually provided by a city’s government are provided by multiple agencies. Jefferson county maintains the roads except for State Highway 74 and oversees planning and zoning.

Jefferson County
100 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80419
Phone: 303 279 6511
Web site: http://jeffco.us/

Jefferson County Sheriff
4990 Highway 73
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 2715686
Web site: http://jeffco.us/sheriff/

Evergreen Metropolitan District (Water services)
30920 Stagecoach Blvd.
Evergreen, CO, 80439
Phone 303 674 4112
Web site: http://evergreenmetrodistrict.com

Evergreen Fire/Rescue
1802 Bergen Parkway
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 674 3145
Web site: http://www.evfd.com

Alpine Rescue Team
811 Evergreen Parkway
Evergreen, CO 80439
Phone: 303 526 80439
Web site: http://www.alpinerescueteam.org

Xcel Energy
24-hour Electric and Gas Emergency Contacts:
Electric Emergency/Power Outage
Gas Emergency/Gas Odor
Web site: https://www.xcelenergy.com/

Urgent Care Evergreen
1520 Evergreen Park
Evergreen, CO
Phone: 303 670 1626
Web site: http://www.urgentcarecolorado.com/


Bergen Village located at 1240 Bergen Parkway, Evergreen, CO, phone 720 940 6611. This retail shopping mall is the gateway into Evergreen. Just two miles from Interstate 70 off Highway 74 at Bergen Parkway, the mall features King Soopers grocery store, restaurants, small retail stores, health services, movie theaters and financial services. Bergen Village is considered the commercial hub of Evergreen. You can also enjoy hiking trails, bike trails and other recreational activities starting at Bergen Village.

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