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Quintessential Colorado

Mountain Living on 10.5 Acres


$ 1,085,000

Stunning Niwot Home

Evergreen Luxury

​Minutes to Boulder County Club

13 acres - stunning views.



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Boulder ranked the smartest city in the country

Bachelor’s degree or higher: 58.5%
Median household income: $71,604 (9th highest)
Median earnings—bachelor’s degree: $44,060 (188th lowest)
Poverty rate: 13.9% (94th lowest)
Almost 59% of adults living in Boulder had attained at least a bachelor’s degree as of 2014, the highest figure among all U.S. cities and nearly double the national rate of 29.6%. Area residents were also quite wealthy, with a typical household earning $71,604 in 2013, among the highest figures in the country. Boulder’s poverty rate of 13.9% was also lower than most cities on this list, as well as lower than the nation. Like nearly all well-educated cities, Boulder residents live in proximity to a major academic institution. Approximately 32,000 students were enrolled at the University of Colorado at Boulder last year.

Peak to Peak, Fairview High make U.S. News' list of Top 10 Colo. schools

Two Boulder Valley high schools were ranked among the top 10 in the state by U.S. News & World Report, which bases its rankings mainly on the percentage of students who take and pass advanced placement exams and on standardized test scores.
Boulder Valley's Peak to Peak, a charter school in Lafayette, was ranked third in Colorado, out of 448 public high schools, and 131st nationally. Boulder's Fairview High was ranked 10th in Colorado.

​​Boulder County's Hot Real Estate Market

Wintertime used to bring a chill to home-buying activity in Boulder County.
That's not the case right now: Even snowy day open houses are crammed with a couple of dozen prospective buyers. The number of available houses for sale in the county is at a 10-plus-year low, jolting appreciation, creating bidding wars and pricing some people out in the process.

Wintertime used to bring a chill to home-buying activity in Boulder County.