Boulder has many appealing and diverse neighborhoods. Below are a few of the most prestigious.
● Mapleton Hill is one of the oldest and most coveted neighborhoods in Boulder. When you stroll down Mapleton Avenue you can enjoy the picturesque boulevards with expansive lawns and luxurious porches completed in late nineteenth century architectural style. With houses going for a million dollars or more, you can be certain that quaint features and great location will go for top dollar.
Welcome to the modern-day mountain subdivision with spacious multi-acre lots at elevations over 8,000 feet. Even while you’ll feel tucked away in the mountains, the commute to downtown is only five miles.
South Boulder or SoBo is a one of the most desirable and affordable neighborhoods in Boulder nestled between Table Mesa and Broadway. With gorgeous homes that border the foothills and South Boulder Peak you’ll find great schools, accessible access to mass transit and lots of happy family residents.
The residents of Wonderland Hills sure know how to keep a secret. You so rarely hear about this neighborhood but you wouldn’t want to miss the quiet living and luxuries of larger lots you can afford.
It’s not just fraternities and sororities that makes their home in this neighborhood. Just west of the university you’ll find a thriving mix of college students and families with hilly tree-lined streets, Victorian homes and some of the most eye-catching architecture in Boulder.
Quiet residential streets give this neighborhood a private feel while maintaining easy access to downtown a mere two miles away. A growing retail and restaurant scene with organic grocers and popular park trails have made this ‘NoBo’ neighborhood increasingly active and in-demand.
A classic Boulder neighborhood, Newlands is on the border of Mapleton and Wonderland Hills and officially includes North Boulder park with lively sporting fields, playgrounds and picnic grounds. The best part? Homeowners can enjoy Mount Sanitas as their stunning backdrop.
Pearl Street, located in the heart of downtown Boulder, is the bustling center of town where tourists and locals can walk, eat and shop in the shadows of the Flatirons. With a four-block stretch designated as a pedestrian walking mall, Pearl Street is filled with musicians, art sculptures and activity that brings the city center to life.
Chautauqua is a spectacular neighborhood surrounded by the historic Boulder park and the most famous rock structures in the region. It is one the oldest and finest neighborhoods in town that’s within easy walking distance of all amenities with gorgeous views of the Flatirons.