BOULDER COLORADO REAL ESTATE
Traveling on Highway 36 en route to the City of Boulder, Colorado, it's not hard to see why this captivating city has been given the name, "The City Between the Mountains and Reality." Lying 5,430 feet above sea level, acres of enormous open space move into Boulder's charming cityscape nestled in Boulder Valley, where the Rocky Mountains join the Great Plains. Immediately on the city's west side are magnificent slabs of sedimentary rock slanted up on the foothills, named The Flatirons. The Flatirons serve as a time-honored symbol of Boulder, and many times appear on city-related materials.
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Boulder is one of Colorado hottest real estate markets. Last year Boulder was one of Colorado's only cities to see home appreciation above 5%. You won't find any cookie cutter or track homes in Boulder. Custom homes with scenic views, and abundant open space have keep Boulder real estate in high demand. Home prices in Boulder range from the low 300's to $15 million. Visit our exclusive MLS SEARCH to find all Boulder real estate homes for sale.
There is currently 115 total listings in BOULDER:
- Condominumum - 21. The median Condominumum price is $325,788. Condominumums in BOULDER range from $112,900 to $2,100,000
- Income 0. The median Incomes price is $531,780. Income property in BOULDER ranges from $419,900 to $749,000
- Land 16. The median home price is $760,510. Land in BOULDER ranges from $49,950 to $1,990,000
- Homes 72. The median home price is $1,033,241. Homes in BOULDER range from $169,900 to $5,295,000
FEATURED BOULDER REAL ESTATE
During the early to mid 1800s, there were many nomadic Native American Indian tribes stationed at the foothills in Boulder during the winer months. Some of the tribes included the Southern Arapaho, Ute, Cheyenne, Comanche, and Sioux Indians.
The earliest documentations of European pioneers in the region were gold prospectors who appeared in 1858, during the time when Boulder belonged to the Nebraska Territory. The Colorado Territory was later formed in 1861. Boulder City was then incorporated in 1871 and two years later the railroad stretched outwards to the city. The first school house in Boulder was constructed in 1860 and the University of Colorado at Boulder opened its doors the very same year Colorado achieved statehood in 1876.
CULTURE AND RECREATION
Serving as Colorado's 8th largest city and Boulder County's county seat, Boulder provides visitors and residents with many premier shopping opportunities. Many like shopping on the Pearl Street Mall and the newly developed Twenty Ninth Street shopping center. Downtown Boulder is also home to a variety of fine eateries, trendy bars, and wonderful boutiques. There are also plenty of annual art and cultural celebrations such as the yearly Bolder Boulder and the Boulder Creek Fest, Shakespeare Festival, the Boulder Internatinal Film Festival, and of course, the twice-a-week Farmers' Market during Boulder's summer months next to Civic Park on 13th Street.
Outdoor enthusiasts will find themselves in awe of the over 31,000 acres of lush open space and natural preserves. There are so many wonderful opportunities to hike, bike and rock climb. Many of the trails conveniently start at the edge of Boulder, and others are just a short distantce away by car. For information on outdoor activities and a trail map, the City of Boulder Open Space website serves as an informative resource.
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