Littleton's Main Street Historic District (Courtesy of Jeffrey Beall) Area Information
When you rent an apartment in Littleton, one thing comes standard: a relaxed lifestyle surrounded by history and culture.
This suburb of the Denver-Aurora metro area is just about 9 miles south of downtown Denver, but its walkable vibe and Main Street Historic District is decades apart from the big city. You can spend a whole day admiring the distinctive turn-of-the-century architecture and shopping at some of Littleton's most unique and independently-owned businesses, including art galleries, specialty boutiques, antique shops, restaurants and bars.
When you rent in Littleton, Denver's urban attractions are just minutes away. The Regional Transportation District's light rail system makes two stops in town, or you can discover the area by taking the more scenic hiking or biking trails along the Platte River.
There are plenty of options for weekend getaways, too, in nearby Aurora, Golden, Lakewood, Highlands Ranch, Englewood and Centennial. Take a tour of the historic Coors Brewery or spend a day thrill-seeking at Heritage Square Family Entertainment Village in Golden, Colorado.
Renting in Littleton, CO
Average rental rates are lower in Littleton than the Denver metro area, but the vacancy rates are also notably lower, so if you find a great place, act fast. Apartments for rent in Littleton don't stay on the market long.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Courtesy of Wikipedia Commons) Littleton Hot Spots Hudson Gardens ? Offers themed botanical gardens showcasing native plants and landscapes, and hots summer concerts under the stars.
South Platt Park ? With 878 acres, it's ne of the largest suburban parks in the country.
Fun City ? The largest indoor entertainment facility in the Denver area.
Littleton Historical Museum ?Next to Ketring Lake, this 14-acre Smithsonian affiliate museum features actors who recreate life on an 1860s farm homestead.
Red Rocks Amphitheatre ? A renowned music venue, cradled in sandstone.