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Neighborhood Spotlight: Table Mesa, Boulder, CO

Table Mesa, Boulder, CO
Beautiful Boulder, CO, located 30 miles northwest of Denver, is nestled at the foot of the rugged Rocky Mountains. It is a land of lofty hills and gorgeous sunsets. The quality of life in this city of approximately 100,000 residents has placed Boulder on several “best places” lists for popular magazines. It has been listed as “best running city” in Runners World, </i> “best cities for working mothers” in Redbook</i>, “best places for teens” in Seventeen</i> among others. The flavor of the city is a sprinkling of liberal environmentalists and conservatives.

Singles, couples and families all enjoy living in Boulder,CO. With less than an hour to drive to the famous Rocky Mountain National Park, there will be plenty to do for the outdoor enthusiasts. Shoppers love the boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants downtown at Pearl and llth Streets. The weather is never humid, and year-around residents enjoy sunny, dry winters with snows that don’t stick around long. It is not unusual to have winter days with temperatures in the 50s and 60s.

Education and the Arts and Sciences are influenced by the University of Colorado, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the National Center for Atmospheric Research. Excellent schools and a variety of places to worship attract new residents each year. As a result, Boulder real estate is booming. Homes for sale in Boulder are available for families of all sizes and in a variety of price ranges. There are many condos and town homes available for singles, couples and small families within the range of the low $100,000s to the low $200,000s. Single family home prices range from the mid $100,000s to $2.5 million. With this wide price range and dwelling types, there will be something for everyone looking for Boulder real estate.

If you are planning a move to the area, check out homes for sale in Boulder.

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