Boulder Real Estate For Sale In Newlands

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I remember looking at homes in the Newlands Neighborhood back in about 1981 as I contemplated buying a new home in Boulder. This was way back even when guys like John McElveen were fairly new on the Boulder Real Estate scene, and I had barely started thinking about a career in Real Estate.

Now, at that time, a typical Newlands neighborhood home could be had for $75,000 to $100,000 without too much trouble. I looked at a home within a block of North Boulder Park that was listed for $82,000. At the time, that seemed like a fair chunk of change for a house. In fact, one of the most expensive homes for sale in the system was a classic ‘mansion’ up on Mapleton Hill for about $500,000.

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Well, things have changed and not only have prices gone up, but the things that people demand in a home in Boulder are very different.

This home at 2930 6th Street has so much of what buyers are looking for these days. And if you think this home might meet your needs, you’ll have to pony up a little bit more than the $82,000 I was contemplating on that Newlands Neighborhood purchase back in 1981.

Here’s a laundry list of some of the great features supplied to me straight from the builder of this home on 6th. And keep in mind, it’s just a couple of blocks from North Boulder Park, and steps away from the foothills trails, Mt Sanitas, and Ideal Market:

  • triple wide lot
  • 90,000 BTU 90% furnace (basement)
  • 70,000 BTU 90% furnace (upstairs)
  • 3.5 ton and 3.0 ton 13 seer a/c units
  • Insulation: R-23 exterior walls, R-38 ceilings, R-13 basement, R-19 garage walls & ceiling
  • Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors
  • Thermador, Zephr, and Kitchenaid appliances
  • Oversized 2 card garage: rough-in gas for future heater, upper deck with gas hook-up for grill, speakers for sound system and CAT/5
  • steam shower in master bath
  • Master Suite deck with Mt. Sanitas views

If all this sounds interesting and inviting to you, you’ll also want to know that it’s about 5000 finished square feet, but you will need to see how well this floorplan works to truly appreciate it.

Call or email me today so we can get you inside this great home, and other Newlands neighborhood homes when you’re ready to explore Boulder real estate for sale.

Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker® at RE/MAX Alliance Boulder

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