End of Week Boulder Real Estate Rundown

norwood2.jpgThe Boulder real estate market saw a number of new homes for sale this week at a wide variety of price ranges. While I keep hearing people talking with concern about the real estate market in general, and reacting to all the hype in the media; it seems to me sellers in boulder still have faith in all price ranges and that there’s demand for the homes they’re selling. Here’s a list of what’s new and a couple of comments.

2110 Norwood Ave.. $2,589,000

The area around the Norwood property seems to continue to be in demand and there are some great homes that have been built and/or renovated up on the edge of the hill up there (no not “The” hill). It used to be a weird part of town with a bizarre mixture of homes but it’s been discovered for it’s views among other things and it no longer feels like it’s ‘out of town’ as it once did years ago.
4190 19th St.. $495,000
1644 Yellow Pine.. $799,900
4102 St. Lucia St.. $700,000
869 9th St.. $629,500
806 Brooklawn Dr.. $749,000

Then you have Brooklawn which is an entirely different animal from Norwood. The other end of town and yet an interesting and perhaps well updated home for the area. I’ll have to go check this one out in person…

2895 Stanford Ave.. $715,000
3774 Moffit Ct.. $634,000
1928 6th St.. $1,320,000
4250 Ponderosa Ct.. $539,000
4825 Qualla Dr.. $435,000

… AND, you can FOLLOW THE LINKS I have for you on the right side of this page to find some great information. Please see my video tour section, to see tours of Boulder real estate for sale, business profiles, neighborhood profiles, and new development profiles. I want you to find exactly what you want, and get all the info you need. Call or email me now to get straight answers, and start the process of finding the perfect solution to your real estate needs.
-Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker®


One Response to “End of Week Boulder Real Estate Rundown”

  1. Brent Theissen on October 2nd, 2007 7:51 pm

    Looks like you have your finger on the pulse of the market in Boulder!

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