On a recent trip along Marshal Road heading west, I once again enjoyed some particularly scenic areas on my drive, so I thought I’d share a few photos with you along the journey.
It just reminds me how fortunate we are to live in such a beautiful area.
Sometimes driving to and from the office can be quite a treat.
At the end of a nice cul-de-sac in the middle of a quiet neighborhood with mature landscape, this seems to be a very attractive home.
The home has three bedrooms up, including the master suite, and a full bath in the hall.
The main level includes a very open floor plan with some vaulted ceilings, formal dining area, family room with fireplace, an open and modern kitchen, and a bonus 4th bedroom on a quiet side of the home off of the living room. There’s also a 3/4 bath adjacent to the main level bedroom, and what seems nice about the layout is that the entrance from the garage into the home isn’t by the bath or bedroom, but rather over by the front main entrance.
Well, not exactly.
Due to other more pressing issues in the area right now, namely the rain and flood (in case you’ve been living under a rock), the city council decided to postpone/cancel a public hearing intended to address regulations of retail marijuana businesses.
Boulder Colorado has seen a lot of crazy weather and more water than I’ve ever seen in the 35 or so years I’ve been here. Fortunately I visited a home today which is for sale, and it appears to be one of many that did NOT get flood damage.
We viewed this home to work on a virtual visit for my client. Many more photos are included in the gallery below. Please scroll to the very bottom to see all the photos!
This is a home listed by another local Boulder agent, and he represents the sellers.
I’m reviewing this home to help my buyer see more easily what it has to offer, and as a secondary effort, to help you all understand that even though the media makes it look like the entire area is flooded…
Truthfully, it’s various isolated areas around the city, and around the county of Boulder that were affected by the water. This home looks great!
Datu launched as an independent company approximately early August 2013, and has had an office in Boulder since early summer 2013.
Hiring user-experience engineers, creative designers, & developers, Datu Health seems to expect to have over 2o employees retained soon. All new hires — in Boulder by late August, and at least another 10 or 15 on staff by the end of 2013.