We Like Our Bedrooms
The phrase “bedroom community” used to mean a quaint suburban lifes epitomized by friendly neighbors and white picket fences.
The U.S. Census Bureau blows the doors off that myth with a newly released report today confirming what anyone in the high-growth Front Range already knows: we like our houses and we like ’em big.
According to the study, Colorado ranks third among all states in the nation with 26 percent of all houses having four or more bedrooms. The city of Centennial boasts a whopping 52.5 percent of mega-homes with multiple bedrooms.
Anyone care to hazard a guess why we love big houses here?
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