Boulder, the reason you’ve all wandered here. Boulder, Colorado is one of the most beautiful cities in the entire country and a spectacular place to live. The personality of Boulder is rich with outdoor enthusiasts, professional athletes, tech entrepreneurs, intellectual elite working at the University of Colorado and research facilities like NCAR and NOAA, hippies (both old and new) and anyone who’s looking for a change of lifestyle.
Boulder is an interesting mix of everything that’s Colorado…rolling into work a little late because you took a sunrise hike, entrepreneurs involved with TechStars or the new Google campus, families looking to bike everywhere…and the best explanation of Boulder I’ve ever read was in this Men’s Journal article from a few years ago. I couldn’t have explained it better myself.
Whether you want to live near downtown Boulder and try all of the award-winning restaurants, in the Newlands of North Boulder to be near to the Mt. Sanitas Trailhead so you can see the paragliders everyday, or in one of the South Boulder neighborhoods with easy access to Denver, epic views of the Flatirons or if you prefer the rural setting on the north and eastern sides of Boulder, there is something for everyone. Here’s more about how the Boulder neighborhoods are laid out.
The average home price in Boulder is $1,100,000 which includes everything from condos near the University of Colorado campus to multi-million-dollar architectural works of art tucked on the side of a mountain. And if you’re looking to live close, but not in, Boulder – check out the amazing towns of the surrounding Boulder Valley.