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Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Boulder County, Q2 2019

1810 Hillside Road, courtesy of ColoProperty.com

Boulder County boasts an impressive array of real estate that encompasses everything from sprawling agrarian estates and historic urban homes, to luxury apartments and secluded mountain havens. Here are the most expensive properties in Boulder right now.

1810 Hillside Rd., Boulder CO 80302 | $6,590,000 | 5,980 SqFt | 6 Beds, 7 Baths

A quiet, secluded estate nestled in the heart of Boulder, this 1.2-acre property is a sanctuary amidst Boulder’s hustle and bustle. This exquisite home boasts 200 ft. of Boulder Creek frontage and was fully restored in 2018. This estate’s character is unlike any other. With 100-year-old reclaimed floors, intricate craftsmanship and ornate finishes, this spacious dwelling is equal parts charming and contemporary.

775 Kalmia Ave., Boulder CO 80304 | $6,450,000 | 8,500 SqFt. | 4 Beds, 7 Baths

Nestled amongst Boulder’s thick evergreen and deciduous trees, secluded from the outside world, this sprawling estate provides both comfort and solitude. The open floor plan, various courtyards, and entertainment spaces invite the forested outside in, prompting synchronicity with Boulder’s natural environment. At the base of Wonderland Hill in North Boulder, this property provides convenient access to both Boulder’s exciting downtown and its mountainous backyard.

1014 Mapleton Ave., Boulder CO 80304 | $5,995,000 | 5,358 SqFt. | 5 Beds, 5 Baths

Historic Mapleton Hill is one of Boulder’s most treasured neighborhoods, preserving evidence of Boulder’s storied past and visions of its progressive future. The spacious lot showcases stunning, unobstructed mountain views, but also allows easy city access. It’s truly a perfect marriage of both worlds Boulder has to offer.

2060 Norwood Ave., Boulder CO 80304 | $5,100,000 | 6,606 SqFt. | 5 Beds, 7 Baths

2060 Norwood Ave, courtesy of ColoProperty.com

With views of the foothills, high plains and the city, this picturesque 1-acre property is a rarity. This stand-out Boulder estate has a little bit of everything — a greenhouse, home theater, in-law suite, and sauna. This personal oasis is one of Boulder’s truly exceptional houses currently for sale.

541 Spruce St., Boulder CO 80302 | $4,995,000 | 5,439 SqFt. | 4 Beds, 3 Baths

For the first time in 65 years, this hallmark Mapleton Hill home is on the market. Built in 1901, this century-old home displays ornate touches symbolic of its history – arched windows, fluted rafters, and an impressive front porch. Take in the beautiful Flatirons view each morning from one of this 3-story home’s many windows.

2211 6th St., Boulder CO 80302| $4,950,000 |5,972 SqFt. |5 Beds, 5 Baths

The famed Buckingham Mansion exemplifies turn-of-the-century architecture that is beautifully blended with modern preservation. Constructed in 1902, this 3-story estate stands as an impressive presence in the Mapleton Hill Historic neighborhood. The spacious wrap-around porch prompts an inviting and gracious aesthetic and captures the eye of all who pass in front of its grandeur.


4322 Sunshine Canyon Drive | $4,750,000 | 7,737 SqFt. | 4 Beds, 6 Baths

A quick drive up Boulder’s Sunshine Canyon, this 42-acre property is the perfect mountain retreat that still provides convenient access to the city. An elegant, Tuscan-style façade encapsulates a cozy and inviting home at the doorstep of the Rocky Mountains. Modern finishes crafted in warm, natural colors coordinate with the mountain backdrop, and gorgeous picture windows allow for plenty of natural light.

Boulder’s real estate market consistently trends upward and doesn’t show any signs of stopping. Our city displays an impressive array of distinctive homes, each with their own personalities and stories, perfect for your life’s next chapter. 

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