We last updated you about the most expensive (and spectacular) homes for sale in Boulder back in August of last year, using the indispensable BoulderHomeSource.com as a resource. And a lot's changed since then. Of the previous top five, three are no longer available, and one that's still listed has had its price reduced by more than $1 million.
Check out the latest jaw-slackening results below -- and be sure to click the links to get more details.
Number 5: 2300 Iris Avenue, Boulder -- $5,450,000 Square Footage: 7,447 Acres: 6.35 Year Built: 1959
A truly beautiful, unique parcel of land in the heart of Boulder; yes there really is a 6 acre piece of land just a 5 minute walk to shopping plazas, 10 to 15 minute bike ride to downtown Boulder and/or the University of Colorado. Enter into a pristine oasis that just awaits your imagination. Family home dates to the 1950's; farm heritage to the late 1800's. Water rights; gorgeous views of the flatirons; wildlife and natural setting but with development potential. Let your dreams play out here.
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Boulder, spring 2014 edition. Number 4: 4651 Eldorado Springs Drive -- $6,750,000 Square footage: 6,647 Acres: 5.13 Year built: 2008
Magnificent estate nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains, adjacent to open space, on running water w/ trout pond. Spectacular custom home beautifully constructed w/Montana Log & Stone, soaring doors & windows, incredible attention to detail. Enjoy entertaining at its finest -- impressive entry, chef's dream kitchen, cozy nooks, and luxurious master suite. Charming horse barn with gorgeous pasture and miles of nearby trails. Private flyfishing at your fingertips. Close in yet so private!
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Boulder, spring 2014 edition. Number 3: 19 Arrowleaf Court, Boulder -- $6,950,000Square Footage: 10,447 Acres: 4.38 Year Built: 2011
A home is so rarely designed, executed and finished with the kind of attention to detail and passion as this magnificent estate only minutes from downtown Boulder. Voluminous bright spaces with extraordinary views are complimented by energy conscious high tech systems. Wood work beyond compare done by noted firm Genesis Innovations include, walnut, maple,and white oak. German windows, Miele appliances, a home theatre, 2 elevators and wine rm are just some of the many enhancements.
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Boulder, spring 2014 edition. Number 2: 1538 75th Street, Boulder -- $7,700,000 Square Footage: 8,396 Acres: 97.27 Year Built: 1982
Sited on a bucolic 93 acres with breathtaking views of the Flatirons, Indian Peaks and Longs Peak sits an equestrian estate property of remarkable note. The gated property road winds on to the property with an array of color and texture. Upon your approach you may spot the dramatic entryway doors. Minutes from downtown Boulder, property provides a town and country lifestyle for the most sophisticated. I/O riding arenas and stables with multiple outdoor riding options. Remodeled in early 2000.
Continue to keep counting down the five most expensive homes for sale in Boulder, spring 2014 edition. Number 1: 1133 Timber Ln., Boulder -- $9,800,000 (reduced from $11,000,000 in August 2013) 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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