A tight-knit town in northern Colorado, Wellington is known as "Colorado's Northern Gateway", as it is the last town before leaving Colorful Colorado and the first when entering from the north. As Fort Collins booms in growth, home-seekers are looking outside the city. Drive 20 minutes north up gorgeous CO-1 and find yourself driving down the historic Main Street of Wellington where every unique building showcases the town's rich history. Find your perfect home in Wellington - whether it's an eclectic Victorian-era mansion, a spacious farm, or a newly built townhome, this town has it.
Look through these featured groupings of homes in Wellington to see what fits your must-haves, wants and budget.
The town of Wellingtown is part of the Poudre School District and is home to three highly rated and appraised elementary schools and award winning Wellington Middle School.
Dining and Shopping
Head into downtown Wellington to find restaurants, shopping, nightlife and even a brewery. The first microbrewery in Colorado, Old Colorado Brewery, now calls Wellington it's home, moving only slightly north of its original location in northern Fort Collins. While only a few small shops, including a grocery store, boutique, and flower shop, are situated within this small town, there are much more only a few minutes south. Maintaining a small community feel while expanding in growth, this town has kept the charm of the old midwest.
Parks and Recreation
Among multiple parks and playgrounds in town lies the city's new Wellington Community Park. Complete with dog park, tennis courts, batting cages and a splash zone, this park is conveniently tucked amongst newer homes on the west side of town. With the town's close proximity to the foothills and Fort Collins, there are endless opportunities for biking, hiking, and all that Colorado has to offer.