Arguably Boulder’s most prestigious neighborhood, close to open space and the Pearl Street Mall downtown.
Some consider Newlands to be Boulder’s hottest neighborhood over the past several years with new custom homes, popular North Boulder Park and close to Vics Coffee & Ideal Market.
Newer homes and townhomes on the northwest edge of Boulder, just steps from open space and NoBo shops and restaurants.
“The Hill” is a unique mix of classic high end homes and a vibrant academic culture. It is home to the University of Colorado, the Sommer-Bausch Observatory and Fox Theater.
Nestled in the foothills to the west, Table Mesa is home to the National Center for Atmospheric Research, provides easy access to Denver and features miles of nature trails.
Boulder’s entry level neighborhood with mostly ranch style homes built in the 1950’s. Prices for detached homes start in the mid $400,000 range.
A typical home in this family-friendly subdivision at the northeast edge of town usually offers over 3,000 square feet of newer construction, and is perfect for commuters who use the Foothills Freeway/Diagonal Highway.
Still popular with artisans, culture buffs and intellectuals, home buyers will find a charming mix of old and new homes beneath Boulder’s world-famous Flatirons and abundant nature.
Urbanites, entrepreneurs and the community-minded find the Holiday neighborhood an ideal place to live, work, play, and learn in Boulder. With its seamless mix of neighborhood businesses, public parks and private front porches, it’s a neighborhood with all of its goodies well appointed and always within reach.
Mountain living just minutes from town, anyone? Boulder Heights is the place for those who want the best of both worlds. Here you’ll find mountain homes sitting on one or several acres of land overlooking the city and within 5-10 minutes to town.