Boulder Colorado Central Park Bandshell

boulder bandshellThe historic Glen Huntington Bandshell, is once again part of social and political debate as Boulder develops plans to revitalize the downtown Civic Area, and it has been named one of Colorado’s most endangered places!

The bandshell, built in 1938, was designed by noted Boulder architect Glen Huntington in an art deco style. Saco DeBoer was the landscape architect.

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Louisville Colorado Market: Median Prices Over Three Years

louisville median three yearsLouisville Colorado prices look a little different when we compare what’s changed in asking prices, under contract, and sold prices over the last three years.

A peculiar thing happens when we contract median prices versus average price per square foot.

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Septic Smart Jefferson County Colorado

septic smart imageSeptic System Awareness with EPA’s SepticSmart

Does your home use a septic system? Many homes in the foothills/mountain areas do.

Actually over 25%  of all U.S. homes have septic systems!

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created SepticSmart, an initiative to provide nationwide public education on the importance of proper septic system care and maintenance.

Many counties have specific requirements for septic system inspections, repairs and certifications as part of the sale of a property as well. Check with your particular county to learn more details.

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Louisville Colorado Market Update 3 Year Look

louisville $ sq ftThe Louisville Colorado market is just as red hot as any town in Boulder County, and while that’s great for sellers, it’s proving to continue to be challenging for many buyers.

With few homes for sale, we need more sellers to build up our inventory.

Check the chart in this post and look at what’s happening to the data.

I think you’ll be intrigued to see what’s up. (you can click on the graph image lower in my post to see an enlarged view)

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Boulder Colorado Central Park Video

Central Park is located in downtown Boulder, adjacent to the site of the Boulder County Farmers’ Market, featuring Boulder Creek access, an educational walk with information about flood control, water use, and native species, and open turf for picnicking and other recreational activities.

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