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Boulder’s Most Expensive Home – 13 Million – Expansive Outdoor Paradise

November 29th, 2022

According to Redfin.com, in October 2022, Boulder home prices were down 7.6% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $855K. On average, homes in Boulder sell after 47 days on the market compared to 37 days last year. There were 96 homes sold in October this year, down from 173 last year. The most expensive listing ($13,000,000) for a home in Boulder, Colorado is at 1489 Sunset Blvd, 80304. Description: Unparalleled. 1489 Sunset redefines luxury and stands in a league of its own. Feast your eyes on views as far as you can see. Embrace a location so close to Pearl you can practically... Read More

Boulder’s Most Expensive Home – Beneath the Flatirons, Spa, Guest House & Elevator

November 8th, 2022

This 11,156-square-foot estate has an impressive main residence and a detached guest house on a separate parcel. It is an architectural triumph just below the Flatirons. The four-level building fuses glass, stone, steel, and wood in a skillful combination of materials, bordered by the open space of Chautauqua Park and framed by views of the Flatirons. Visitors are welcomed by a spacious open floorplan with Honduran Mahogany as its foundation, plaster walls, and soaring ceilings after passing the copper entry wall. The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home has radiant floor heating, four fireplaces,... Read More

Boulder’s Most Expensive Neighborhood

September 27th, 2022

Boulder, Colorado has many lovely neighborhoods spread throughout the city. It has some of the most affluent and expensive neighborhoods in the country. According to zerodown.com, Chautauqua is the most expensive neighborhood on the list, with a median home price of $2,150,056 and a median rent of $1,940. Chautauqua ranks first among all Boulder neighborhoods in terms of home price growth over the last three years. Some of Boulder’s other neighborhoods are as follows: Old North Boulder Table Mesa Gunbarrel East Transit Village Martin Acres Newlands / Mapleton Hill East Boulder South            Read More

How Much House Can You Get For $510K In Boulder?

August 23rd, 2022

Tranquil living awaits! Townhome provides the feeling of living by nature. Enjoy the open space at the rear of the townhome. Unit has a great layout with 2 bedrooms upstairs and a shared bath. Main floor provides an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, skylight and wood burning fireplace. Look beyond the clutter – this unit provides a great setting. Experience the tranquility from either the upstairs balcony off the main bedroom or spacious back yard patio. Mountain views from upstairs bedroom. Great location close to CU, Broadway, RTD, grocery stores, restaurants and trails are just steps... Read More

Boulder’s Most Affordable Condo Located in the Heart of the City – $151,222

August 12th, 2022

*Part of the City of Boulder’s Permanently AFFORDABLE HOUSING* To apply for and be selected for this home, you must be approved by the city. More information is available at: https://bouldercolorado.gov/2510-taft-drive-unit-302. One-bedroom, one-bathroom condo in the heart of Boulder. Just minutes from Folsom Field and the rest of CU Boulder, with easy access to the Boulder Creek path and a short walk to downtown Pearl St. Stunning hardwood floors throughout! Open concept living/dining area with kitchen access. There’s also a balcony to enjoy the outdoors, which gets plenty of sun and... Read More

Boulder & Niwot Make Colorado’s Most Expensive Home List

June 8th, 2022

Stacker used Zillow data to create a ranking of Colorado cities with the most costly homes. The Zillow Home Values Index ranks cities for all homes as of April 2022.  The average property value in the most costly city on the list is $2,830,071, which is 387 percent higher than the state average of $581,101. Metros with the most cities in the top 30 in Colorado:  #1. Denver-Aurora-Lakewood: 12 #2. Breckenridge: 4 #2. Edwards: 4 #4. Glenwood Springs: 3 #5. Boulder: 2 #6. Steamboat Springs: 1 Boulder – Typical home value: $1,096,070 – 1-year price change: +22.8% – 5-year price change: +47.5% –... Read More

Boulder’s Most Expensive Home – Private Lake & Yacht Club – $14,775,000

May 29th, 2022

This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity offers unrivaled panoramic views from Eldorado Canyon to Long’s Peak. A conservation easement protects 120 acres of rolling prairie at the foot of the Flatirons, which are surrounded on three sides by Boulder County open space. The assemblage consists of the existing home, a 3,700 SF accessory structure, and a second buildable lot with a driveway and well already installed. Tranquility and seclusion that feels like a world away while only a short drive from Boulder, Denver, and Golden. Direct access to Boulder County trails and open space, a private lakefront... Read More

Boulder Real Estate – Newest Listing – Under 1 Million!

May 19th, 2022

Enter the land of possibilities by walking through the front door of this big home. The front and side yards of this home, located on a quiet street in Upper Heatherwood, across from protected open space, give soul-stirring vistas of the Flatirons. Its potential is genuinely extraordinary, as it is located on a corner lot. It’s the perfect canvas for your dream house, with a classic plan, high ceilings, newer windows, modern appliances, and plenty of space. Previous owners retained this home for decades and it is rarely on the market. It’s a unique property in a unique location. Zillow $869,000 4606... Read More

Boulder ranks in the top 10 for Emerging Housing Markets

April 29th, 2022

The Wall Street Journal and Realtor.com’s Spring 2022 Emerging Housing Markets Index ranked Boulder in the top ten. “The index examines critical housing market statistics, as well as economic vitality and lifestyle criteria, to identify emerging housing areas with a high quality of life and the potential for future home price appreciation,” according to the index study. The city of Boulder was ranked sixth on the list. According to the research, “the spring index indicates strong local economies with a mix of private enterprises, health care, higher education, and the presence... Read More

How Hot is Boulder’s Real Estate Market?

March 23rd, 2022

In February 2022, Boulder home prices were up 45.1% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $975K. On average, homes in Boulder sell after 26 days on the market compared to 53 days last year. There were 106 homes sold in February this year, down from 148 last year. Some homes get multiple offers. The average homes sell for about 3% above list price and go pending in around 31 days. Hot homes can sell for about 9% above list price and go pending in around 11 days. Data provided by https://www.redfin.com/  photos via: pixabay    Read More

Boulder’s Most Expensive Home Listing: $13,750,000 ~ The Glass House

March 8th, 2022

Elevator & Glassed Walled Office Overlooking Flatirons – 5 bd, 11,268 sqft ~ 333 Bellevue Dr, Boulder, CO 80302 Description: The Glass House is a sophisticated, modern estate perched high above Boulder, beside the iconic Flatiron Mountains that border Chautauqua Park. Meticulously crafted over four years, this stunning contemporary design artfully balances the warmth of exquisite natural materials with sleek cantilevered glass walls and stunning architecture that includes 11,268 square feet of living space orchestrated in harmony with rock outcroppings, gardens, terraces, and a... Read More

Boulder 36 Acre Mountain Top Compound ~ JUST LISTED! ~ Resort-Worth Salt Water Pool & Teahouse

February 7th, 2022

8355 Stoneridge Ter, Boulder, CO 80302 Serene, mountaintop living is yours in this spectacular 36-acre property featuring a stunning four-bedroom main residence, a detached tea house and a saltwater pool. Zoned for horses, this fantastic compound offers unrivaled privacy, sweeping views and plenty of room to stretch out and explore, all just 12 miles from downtown Boulder. The home offers formal living and dining, a chef’s kitchen, family room, home theater, plus plenty of room for home offices and a gym. Stone patios, pergola and outdoor kitchen, and a resort-worth pool with amazing views.... Read More

Boulder, CO ~ Affordable Homes Program ~17 Recently Sold Homes

February 3rd, 2022

Starting at $123,359 Homes that have recently sold to eligible buyers. These buyers are now benefiting from affordable housing in the community they call home. City of Boulder Permanently Affordable Homes Program: https://bouldercolorado.gov/homeownership/permanently-affordable-homes-program 2 Bed, 2 Bath – $195,413 – Closed December 2021 1 Bed, 1 Bath – $214,803 – Closed December 2021 1 Bed, 1 Bath – $123,359 – Closed October 2021 1 Bed, 1 Bath – $154,106 – Closed October 2021 3 Bed, 2 Bath – $247,676 – Closed October 2021 2 Bed, 2... Read More

Most Affordable Home in Boulder JUST Listed! $134,533 ~ Boulder, CO Real Estate Update

January 25th, 2022

1606 Zamia Ave – Boulder, CO 80304 Description: Buyer must be qualified for Boulder AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM to tour this property. BoulderAffordableHomes.com. This light and bright, two-level condo is in the Wild Sage Co-housing community. The kitchen opens to the dining and living room areas with vaulted ceilings and hardwood floors. Primary bedroom and full bath are on the main level. Two more bedrooms are upstairs each with a view of the community gardens. A balcony on the main level has views of the foothills. Washer/Dryer included.  Read More