Longmont’s Bungalows delight

Longmont’s bungalows are a treasure!  Lining streets on both sides of Main, they project simplicity, solidity and a quiet elegance.  The Bungalow became a symbol of the Craftsman movement with its low, overhanging roof, broad porches, and simple horizontal lines. Identified as the most common example of Craftsman architecture, the Bungalow spread quickly across the […]

…this is for Longmont Chamber members and their families only!

Special offer for my fellow Longmont Chamber members!  I will pay you a $500 credit towards your closing costs, whether you buy or sell with me.  No small print, no exceptions!  This offer is for closings from April to June 2017, so get in touch with Frank now at 720.491.1263 or frank@omahony.com Welcome to Longmont! Longmont […]

Check out just listed horse properties!

It’s hard to find a great combination of a great horse environment and proximity to a sophisticated town.  That is what we’ve got in Boulder.  You can find beautiful equestrian properties, often with sublime mountain views and rushing waters, no more than 30 minutes from downtown Boulder.  Whether you’re moving here for the first time, […]

Longmont Shines and Sparkles at Christmas

All over Longmont homeowners go all out with their Christmas decorating.  Whole streets vie with one another to prove they are more creative – or just more – and the result is a glorious kaleidoscope of designs, lighting, statuesque reindeer, sounds and shapes.  Especially with snow gently falling, these incredible displays can simply make you gasp […]

In defense of buying an older home.

Quality, character, location, uniqueness – these are often the attributes of an older home.  Areas like Mapleton, Old Town Longmont, and Chautauqua are full of them.  This article explains what to look for, and why we love them. “There are any number of problems that could come with buying a period home. Asbestos! Zoning restrictions! […]

Dog-friendly places in Longmont

Longmont loves dogs!  Maybe it’s the relaxed, welcoming attitude of this wonderfully down to earth, friendly Front Range town where so many of us are discovering our new Home Sweet Home, but the feeling of welcome is very real and definitely includes the four-footed friends in the family.  All you have to do is take […]

Is Longmont the 21st Century Boulder?

While Longmont’s got a community style of its own, and a wonderfully coherent downtown, the advent of Longmont Nextlight propels us clear into the 21st Century. With this in mind, I’m copying in its entirety this great piece put out by Start Up Longmont. Every city has a business ‘flavor’ to it.  Longmont’s has been […]