Boulder Wonderland Hill Neighborhood

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Call, Text, or Email me. I’d love to talk to you about the Wonderland Hill neighborhood, or any other Boulder neighborhood, especially if you’re thinking of a move, or know someone that is moving.

A key part of what makes the Wonderland Hill neighborhood special is Wonderland Lake, and the extensive hiking and biking trail system that weaves through Wonderland Hill connecting it to the a 21-acre wild-life refuge which really defines what Wonderland Hill is all about.

The lake area includes a beautiful park with a children’s play area, convenient benches, and a large well-maintained open lawn perfect for an ad hoc game of frisbee.

One unique aspect of Wonderland Hill is that there’s no real parking for ‘guests’ around the park, lake or other areas, which means that while it’s a haven for its residents on many levels, it has not, and probably never will become a ‘destination’ location for Boulder locals who live outside the Wonderland Hill neighborhood. Except for the frequent bikers and hikers using the hogback trail system along the western edge of the neighborhood.
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Homes in this area are typically spacious and many live on large lots which by today’s standards is somewhat uncommon, and is definitely one of the draws for Wonderland Hill.

Many of the homes are modern in look and feel, either due to the custom-built nature of their architectural style which goes back a few decades; or due to the fact that many of the homes have been remodeled and updated to include the amenities and styling that today’s home owners demand, especially in kitchens and baths.

This is a quiet and inviting neighborhood for even the most discerning buyer, with wide tree-lined streets, and in many cases great views of the foothills and the flatirons.

There are many local businesses that Wonderland Hill residents favor, including Lucky’s Market (a locally-owned grocery store), China Gourmet (a long-term Boulder favorite), a locally owned wine & spirits retail store, and several other restaurants which all bring a shopping balance within steps of most homes in Wonderland.

The Wonderland Hill neighborhood started out for the most part in the 1970’s as a new development of a mix of condos and single-family homes. One of Boulder’s first ‘high-end’ suburbs, fueled by IBM executives and others looking for a quiet setting with a close-in feel to Boulder.

I strive every day to give you the useful information and critical support you need to make an informed decision.

Call, Text, or Email me. I’m never too busy for your referrals, as a real estate professional intent on giving back to the community, my relationship-based approach is exactly what you’ve been looking for in a helpful Realtor, and I will listen to you.

Zachary Epps, full-time RE/MAX professional.