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80 Acres With Endless Possibilities Offering ...

Photo of Listing #2147216

$9,500,000

5163 Independence Road

  • 3,484,800 SqFt
  • 80.00 Acres

Lot / Land

Boulder, CO

MLS® #2147216

Status: Active

80 Acres With Endless Possibilities Offering The Best High Quality Land In Boulder!! Take Adva...

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80 Acres With Endless Possibilities Offering ...

Photo of Listing #8435074

$9,500,000

5163 Independence Road

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 3,247 SqFt
  • 80.00 Acres

Residential

Boulder, CO

MLS® #8435074

Status: Active

80 Acres With Endless Possibilities Offering The Best High Quality Land In Boulder!! Take Adva...

The Kennedy Brokerage LLC Status: Active

Believing That Architecture Is A Living Breathi...

Photo of Listing #1742269

$7,900,000

1133 Timber Lane

  • 5 Beds
  • 7 Baths
  • 8,775 SqFt
  • 8.01 Acres

Residential

Boulder, CO

MLS® #1742269

Status: Active

Believing That Architecture Is A Living Breathing Encounter You Are Invited To Waterstone Ridge. ...

LIV Sotheby's International Realty Status: Active

More About Boulder, Colorado

The Colorado city of Boulder is the county seat of Boulder County and also the county’s largest city. Perched at an elevation of 5,400 feet above sea-level, the city is located 30 miles northwest of the Colorado state capital of Denver. Boulder is home to the main campus of the University of Colorado, the state’s largest university. 

Boulder is often cited as one of the nation’s most desirable places to live. The city’s natural beauty, abundant recreational options, and lively cultural atmosphere are just a few reasons why. In the year 2006 alone, Boulder received accolades from over 20 national publications for being among the top cities in various categories. Some examples:

  • “Best Cities For Singles” (Ranked #1) Forbes Magazine, July 2006
  • “Best Places to Retire in Style” (Ranked #1) Fortune Magazine, June 2006
  • “Top Biking City” Bicycling Magazine, March 2006
  • “Dream Towns” (Ranked #1) Outside Magazine, Aug. 2006
  • “Best City for Teleworking” (Ranked #1 in small metro area list) Sperling’s BestPlaces research firm, March 2006
  • “50 Best places to live” (Ranked #3) Men’s Journal, April 2006
  • “America’s Top 100 Places to Live in 2006″ (Ranked #3) Relocate-America.com, March 2006
  • “Top 10 Brainiest Small Cities” (Ranked #3) Bizjournals.com, June 2006
  • “Place you dream of living” Backpacker Magazine, February 2006

Things to do in Boulder

The city of Boulder is replete with activities and attractions of all kinds: indoor, outdoor, recreational, festive, cultural, you name it. With the possible exception of surfers, outdoor recreation lovers will always find something to do here. To begin with, the city is surrounded by more than 31,000 acres of recreational open space and nature preserves, providing abundant opportunities for biking, hiking and rock climbing. Over 120 miles of trails vary in size and difficulty, from the simple to the technically challenging. The Boulder Creek Path is a 16-mile trail perfect for walking, biking, or in-line skating. World-class rock climbing can be found in nearby Eldorado Canyon, six miles south of Boulder. Only an hour away is Estes Park, gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Two of Boulder’s annual events focus on outdoor recreation. the “Bolder Boulder” is a 10K road race held every on Memorial Day which draws up to 50,000 runners, joggers, walkers, and wheelchair racers. “Kinetics” is an annual race across land and water by human-powered vehicles, held every year to mark the beginning of spring. Another yearly event (held on Memorial Day in conjunction with Bolder Boulder) is the Boulder Creek Fest, which features art, music, food, and local dance troupes.

Arts and culture are not lacking in Boulder either. The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is held every summer at the outdoor Mary Rippon Theater on the University of Colorado campus. Also on the University campus is the Colorado MahlerFest, an annual celebration honoring Austrian composer Gustav Mahler, held every January. On Thursday nights in the summer, “Bands on the Bricks” features street musicians performing a wide variety of musical styles. One of the top comprehensive university museums of natural history in the nation is the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History. Located on the University campus, the museum contains over four million anthropology, biology, and geology/paleontology research specimens. Exhibits include fossils, animals native to Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region, and ancient Southwestern cultures. Other cultural venues in the city include the following:

  • Colorado Academy of Art
  • National Center for Atmospheric Research
  • Boulder History Museum
  • Leanin’ Tree Museum & Sculpture Garden of Western Art
  • University of Colorado Heritage Center
  • Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Fiske Planetarium / Sommer Bausch Observatory
  • Flagstaff Mountain and Summit Nature Center

Other attractions in and around Boulder include the Farmers’ Market, open twice weekly April through October in the downtown area; the Gateway Park Fun Center, offering go-karts, mini-golf, and batting cages: and several area wineries.

 

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Information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.

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Listing information last updated on October 18th, 2017 at 2:04pm MDT.