Photos: Five most expensive homes for sale in Boulder
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Last month, we shared with you a photo gallery of the five most expensive homes in Denver -- and a spectacular batch it was. But don't forget about Boulder, whose properties, as featured on BoulderHomeSource.com, are just as astonishing and often more unusual -- including a three-for-one-price deal that includes a frat house! Check out the top five below. Number 5: 165 Green Rock Drive, Boulder -- $5,500,000
Square Footage: 5,780 Acres: 1.11 Year Built: 1969
Charles Haertlings Mid-century modern masterpiece, The Menkick House (1970), is attainable for the first time in nearly 30 years. More than a home, this iconic structure is a work of art and arguably Boulders most important piece of architecture. The design of the four story home flows from the site and its imposing backdrop of Gyp Rock (Green Rock). The home is located in Boulder's exclusive Knollwood Estates. Just a short walk along the wooded path from the end of the cul-de-sac leads to the heart of Pearl Street and all that Boulder has to offer. Stunning views of the Flatirons, Mt Sanitas, and Red Rock from the Master suite. Three additional bedroom suites cascade down the rock from the main level. Additionally features a family room, media room and art studio/office.
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Boulder. Number 4: 3472 Sunshine Canyon Dr., Boulder -- $7,890,000
Square Footage: 7,288 Acres: 105.00 Year Built: 1994
Once in a lifetime opportunity to own a rare & magical property. Spiritually significant grounds comprised of 3 lots on over 105 acres of land bordered by nature reserve & Bldr County Open Space.A $2M luxury hm, an amazing spiritual retreat/community ctr w/unique zoning for "Use of Community Significance," w/County-approved building sites for "fellowship hall" (an additional meeting space) & workshop/office & large residential building site tucked away in nature.Near town but quietly removed from it.
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Boulder. Number 3: 19 Arrowleaf Court, Boulder -- $7,900,000
Square Footage: 10,447 Acres: 4.38 Year Built: 2011
Tranquility and modern architecture meet in this impressive 5 bedroom, 6 bath estate with well over 12,000 sq.ft. Meticulous planning during construction has resulted in a truly inspiring property, that can't help but impress. Providing unobstructed views of the Flatirons, Rocky Mountains and seductive city of Boulder lights, this luxurious home offers the latest in green-built design and state-of-the-art technology. This is the ultimate home on this equally exceptional landholding. Complete renovation 2011.
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Boulder. Number 2: 1005 12th, 13th, 14th St., Boulder -- $10,250,000
Square Footage: 59,098 Acres: 2.22 Year Built: 1900
Remarkable Uni Hill Opportunity! Three unique assemblages of properties. First- One full acre of 7 adjoining rental properties on 14th St.(1005,1019,1031&1032,1045,& 1059 14th St) Second- 2 rentals on 13th St.(1068& 1080). Third- 1 rental on 12th St.(1127)Gross Income of $1,189,865. Est. Op. Exp. of $356,960 = Est. N.O.I. of $832,906. Prime Uni Hill properties perfect for upgrades,redevelopment, and higher rents.Owner prefers a single sale.
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Boulder. Number 1: 1133 Timber Ln., Boulder -- $11,000,000
Square Footage: 8,775 Acres: 7.00 Year Built: 2005
Amazing views, Unparalleled quality and design with a Devotion to nature, a Stunning property featuring an Indoor atrium and waterfall, all nestled into the hills above Boulder. Seemingly Infinite features, Balancing art, Sculpture, and a Focus on Functionality. Utilizing Interesting patterns, Patina metals, Luxurious textures, all beautifully integrated. Simply exquisite, offered fully furnished, discover all these layers of detailed success.
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