There are so many reasons to love Boulder - the picturesque setting, 45,000 acres of open space, hundreds of miles of trails, some of the best restaurants in the country, a world-class university, a thriving tech and natural foods sector, the abundance of craft breweries, just to name a few. Founded in 1858, Boulder has grown into a bustling town of almost 100,000 residents, and consistently acquires top rankings for health and quality of life.
The city has an almost magical draw, and the population has continued to grow, creating an incredibly high demand for real estate. Even when the national market plateaus or experiences a downturn, the local Boulder market tends to stay robust and vibrant. From the historic neighborhoods of the Newlands or Mapleton Hill, to the stunning estates of the foothills, to the modern and upscale Dakota Ridge area, Boulder offers diverse choices of landscape and housing design.