Boulder Real Estate Video 1405 Linden

This unique example of Boulder real estate for sale is a remodel and renovation that includes many eco-friendly green building techniques including straw bale construction. It is a beautiful home that includes three bedrooms and a study, three baths, and is 2600 finished square feet. It has a one-car attached garage. Below the video here, there’s more information and some still photos of the home.

I encourage you to let me know if you think you’d like to see the inside of this home so we can make an appointment with the seller to get you inside right away.

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The exterior of this home shows off some very nice thoughtfulness on the architect’s part to enhance the interest.

The complexity of lines and variations on the depth and character of the elevation plan add good interest.

Here’s a short list of some of the builder’s features in this home: custom alder cabinets throughout, oak, tile and cork flooring, lime plaster and American Clay walls, solid slab granite counters, R50 ceiling insulation and R30 wall insulation, brand new low E double pane window units, energy rated fireplace insert, southern exposure, mature fruit and nut trees in back yard.

Having large trees on this ample lot add to the warmth and luxurious feeling as you approach the front of the house.

Inside, you can see that the front living room carries on the architectural style promised as you enter.

Warm toned wood floors flow easily through the main level.

The kitchen floor, and the bathrooms are done in tile. The mid-level bedrooms also have wood floors. The lower level study has a cork floor.

The kitchen has slab granite counters that compliment the alder wood custom cabinets. Stainless steel, high-end appliances complete the kitchen nicely.

The dining room expands the open feeling from the kitchen as it flows easly between the two rooms. Combined with the large windows and sliding glass door to the back yard, the open feeling persists onward towards the family room.

The family room includes a facinating approach to opening up the room skyward with clerestory windows that give this room lots of natural light.

The bathrooms got their own special treatment of tile work that really stands out as a very well done job.

Not only in tone and texture but also in the quality of craftsmanship during the manufacture and installation. The master bath comes with a poured pan in the shower that I’m seeing more frequently in upper-end homes, in lieu of the white plastic shower pan that some builders favored for its ease of installation.

The master bedroom has a built-in bookshelf at one end and extends far enough to create the feeling of a sitting area or ‘retreat’ which you might find adds to the coziness of this light and spacious room.

Listed By Coldwell Banker Residential.

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