Great Place To Call Home
Conveniently located at Centaur Village Drive and South Boulder Road, is the nine building complex of Village II Townhomes. Constructed in 1993 to 1994, this sharp complex offers fifty four units for residential living. Most units have a detached garage with automatic opener. There are several different layouts per building. Vaulted ceilings, nook plus dining room, basement, privately fenced patios and two story layout are features you can expect in The Village II community. We are starting to see some really nice remodels occur in the community as well.
All townhomes in Village II have a ground floor private entrance. There is a plethora of landscaping in the community plus walking distance to Coal Creek trail.
Solid Home Owners Association At The Village II
An important attribute of attached living is a strong HOA. Village II is well managed and cared for. The association added new wrought iron fencing in 2013. This created an effective privacy barrier while retaining an open feeling for the community. The community does not offer individual water meters, so water is billed by the HOA. Village II is diligent about getting unpaid dues collected and the board meets monthly along with the management company on the fourth Thursday of the month. Board meetings are held at the Lafayette Public Library.
Boulder Valley Schools
Children residing in Village II Townhomes attend Ryan Elementary, Angevine Middle School and Centaurus High School. During late summer and Fall months, you can hear the high school band practicing and performing from your patio. All three schools are walking distance for students. Angevine students participate in the Bobcat 360. A student orientation led by successful eight graders to ensure sixth graders understand the culture of their new school. This leads to a higher success rate for students and is an example of the commitment in BVSD to students success.
Lafayette On Boulder’s Eastside
Nestled to the east of Boulder is Lafayette, a vibrant community with plenty of housing at reasonable pricing as well as a love of Open Space similar to Boulder Colorado. You’ll find great Boulder Valley Schools, excellent shopping, recreation and dining options. Looking for groceries? There is a Super Walmart, King Soopers and even natural grocer Sprouts. The Bob Burger Recreation Center is top notch, Lafayette has its own Public Library and the list goes on.
Oh, and of course, Lafayette has fantastic open space and trail access. The Rock Creek and Coal Creek trails run through Lafayette with plenty of access points from trail heads with groovy names such as Aquarius.