Just listing the suburbs really won't totally answer your question, in my opinion. Each suburb, from west to east, north to south, has it's own personality and character. You can certainly start by using a tool like Google Maps to see Denver and its surrounding suburbs, but then I would suggest digging a lot deeper to find that spot that meets your needs and lifestyle. A competent Realtor can certainly help, particularly if you decide on an area or two and find someone that works those areas.
Best of luck.
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the suburbs of Metro Denver are many. Denver is surrounded by great suburbs on every direction. To the north there is Brighton, Westminster, and Brighton. To the south there is Englewood and Littleton and Centennial. To the east there is Montbello, Green Valley Ranch, and Aurora. To the West there is Edgewater, Lakewood and Golden. This is just to name a few. What is your reason for asking? Let me know if you need more specifics of any of these great communities.
There are a lot of great suburbs around Denver: Littleton, Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Englewood, Centennial, Aurora, Westminster, Thornton, Lakewood, Golden, Cherry Hills, and Greenwood Village. I have a description of many of these on my website: http://www.highpinesrealty.com/ If you go to the market insider page and enter a zip code you can learn about the communities and schools.
Please let me know if I can help you in any way.
Denver Colorado is a wonderful areasurrounded by quite a few suburbs. There are too many to list here so it may be better to look deeper into what you are looking for in a home and a community. Some of the more popular suburbs are Highlands Ranch to the south, Aurora to the east Northglenn to the north and Lakewood to the west. As I stated before there are many many more options. Please contact me to discuss your needs further. I would love to help.
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