Crestview Neighborhood Boulder Colorado

There are some new maps to identify various neighborhood schools, so if you’re researching Boulder neighborhoods and Boulder schools, my Google map of Boulder’s Crestview Neighborhood might help you find your way around.

Today I went out to produce some more photos for the Boulder Neighborhood Guide. This time zeroing in on the Crestview neighborhood.

Wouldn’t you know it, as soon as I hit the street, a huge cloud blows out over the flatirons and covers the sun.

Well, I headed on up to Crestview, home of the Freiker program, anyway, and got a few shots for the guide.

I have a little background and other info for you about the Crestview Neighborhood.

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Crestview Neighborhood Info:

Sales Data:

Sold Homes Data in Crestview Neighborhood, 2008 & 2009

(only one home sold in 2009):

Median Price: $ 605,000
Average Price: $ 717,950
Average Days On Market: 113
Number of Homes Sold: 10

History:

Crestview saw a building rise in the 1980’s and 1990’s. Boulder’s Freiker bicycle program started at Crestview elementary. In the slightly older, western portion, there are larger lots than what you see in a typical lot and block subdivision, and in the later years asdevelopment moved to the eastern portion of the neighborhood, culde-sacs emerged.

What’s New Today:

In the areas where some of the older homes are found, there’s a trend towards major remodeling, or complete rebuilds as people gravitate towards a quiet neighborhood with mostly large lots.

Local Highlights:

Crestview Elementary anchors this neighborhood. Some lots are large.Crestview is the school where the locally-based Freiker program got itsstart. A local cycling enthusiast parent, and engineer decided that it made sense to get kids more enthused about riding bikes to school.

If you want to see some fine representations of new homes and the trends in the neighborhoods,

take a slow drive along Upland Avenue and Sumac Avenue between 19th Street and Broadway.

Ready for a new home? Here’s a modern and energy-efficient remodeled home for sale in the Country Club Park subdivision of Boulder, or perhaps a downtown Louisville lot for sale so you can build your dream home is more for you. And I have a new home coming up for sale in the Lake Valley area just north of Boulder, so stay tuned for more info on that one.

You may also find  my neighborhood profiles, and  Boulder business profiles informative and useful.

They’re both great ways to learn more about what’s going on in Boulder.

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-Zachary Epps, GRI, ABR, REALTOR®, full-time RE/MAX professional,  and author of the Boulder Area Neighborhood Guide.

Sales Data:Sold Homes Data in Crestview Neighborhood, 2008 & 2009(only one home sold in 2009):Median Price: $ 605,000Average Price: $ 717,950Average Days On Market: 113Number of Homes Sold: 10History:Crestview saw a building rise in the 1980’s and 1990’s. Boulder’s Freiker bicycle program started at Crestview elementary. In the slightly older, western portion, there are larger lots than what you see in a typical lot and block subdivision, and in the later years asdevelopment moved to the eastern portion of the neighborhood, culde-sacs emerged.What’s New Today:In the areas where some of the older homes are found, there’s a trend towards major remodeling, or complete rebuilds as people gravitate towards a quiet neighborhood with mostly large lots.Local Highlights:Crestview Elementary anchors this neighborhood. Some lots are large.Crestview is the school where the locally-based Freiker program got itsstart. A local cycling enthusiast parent, and engineer decided that it made sense to get kids more enthused about riding bikes to school.

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