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Old North Boulder is bridled on the north by Iris and on the east by 19th St, on the south by Balsam and on the west by Broadway. Right in the thick of Boulder real estate without the Newlands price tag. Big trees, quiet, some views of the foothills, some scrapers and numerous renovations and still renovatable properties. Parks, Iris gardens, North Boulder Rec Center and the rather large community gardens all within walking/biking distance of Ideal Market, Vics Espresso, Rada, Breadworks, Safeway, Buddha Thai Cuisine.
University Hill is bordered by University on the north border and some believe it actually goes to Arapahoe as the north border, Broadway is the eastern edge and 9th St as the western border and then to the south where it completes at Baseline. If you go further south you will start to discover Chautauqua Park. As you head west of Uni Hill it becomes slightly more tranquil. Building here started in the 1800’s up to the 1950’s. Many homes being restored to their former splendor. Some homes being scraped for newer construction. Near world class hiking, climbing, scenery and numerous cultural events being held at Chautauqua auditorium from classical to rhythm and blues. University Hill is tough to beat for a continuing strong investment with a highly desired location.
Martin Acres is Boulders’ beloved triangle for Boulder real estate bordered by Table Mesa on the south to Highway 36 Turnpike to the East and Broadway to the West. What is often called affordable Boulder because you can still buy in for around $400,000. Residents often gather to celebrate community events, pitch in and help each other with philanthropic projects or wave to one another while cycling on the Bear Creek Bike Path. Convenient, quiet and secluded neighborhood. Surprisingly great views from many homes’ vantage point. Shopping is nearby and if you commute to Denver or Golden or want to ski in any of the majors this is very convenient.
South Boulder is considered Table Mesa to the North and Broadway to the east all the way up to the foothills. A large area with older homes, new builds, newer homes, and wonderful views. Some affordable Boulder real estate homes ready to renovate. Easy access to numerous trails. Because of the Bear Creek Elementary school this is a hot area with parents that want to get there children in to the Bear Creek School district. Convenient, quiet, secluded however close to all amenities. Fantastic up close and personal views of the Flatirons. Shopping is nearby and if you commute to Denver or Golden or want to ski in any of the majors this is very convenient.
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