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    Boulder Real Estate

    Boulder, Colorado is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains where they meet the Great Plains. A mild climate leads to various outdoor sports and nature preserves, providing locals with a variety of options for recreation. Only twenty five miles from Denver, many residents commute to the larger city for work.

    Mild and Dry Climate Leads to Outdoor Activities

    Boulder is known for its warm, dry summers and snowy winters. The summer weather is ideal for anyone that enjoys hiking or bicycling, which are two of Boulder’s most popular recreations.

    The city is surrounded by nature preserves that offer the ideal location for rock climbing, hiking trails, and bicycle paths. There are hundreds of miles of paths for pedestrians and cyclists to enjoy in their spare time.

    Schools and Universities

    Boulder Valley School District governs the public school system in Boulder and offers two main high schools in the district. There are also a variety of charter schools in the area for elementary, middle and high school students to attend.

    The University of Colorado at Boulder, the state’s largest university, is the college’s main campus and contributes heavily to the population of the city.

    Recreation and Attractions

    Hiking and bicycle trails are as much a part of the city as the main city streets and easily intermingle with the buildings and roadways. Rock climbing is also a popular pastime of residents in the city and there are a variety of options to choose from.

    Pearl Street Mall is a four block pedestrian mall that offers a wide variety of unique shops and restaurants. It is located in downtown Boulder and draws locals for a shopping excursion that is different from the typical mall.

    Boulder Falls draws locals and tourists during the summer to its shady valley and shields them from the summer sun. The seventy foot drop of rushing water is sourced by the melting mountain snow and runs into Boulder Mountain Creek.

    Scenic Neighborhoods

    Several Boulder neighborhoods are available to choose from when purchasing a home in the area, and there is a choice to suit anybody’s preferences. Boulder Heights offers expansive mountain views and scenery with homes situated on acre large lots that are only minutes from the city. Mapleton Hill is Boulder’s most prestigious neighborhood and is located near open space and Pearl Street Mall.

    Four Mile Creek is Boulder’s family friendly neighborhood and is ideal for commuters that use the freeway system on a regular basis. Chautauqua Heights offers a unique mixture of old and new homes and is a popular choice for artists, intellectuals, and culture enthusiasts.

    University Hill is the location for the University of Colorado and is also home to many students. The area offers a variety of apartment complexes to meet the needs of students attending the university.

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