Nestled just below the crest of Sugarloaf Mountain sits a home that will rock your soul. From the moment you enter, you feel serenity. Maybe it’s the unmatched southeastern Flatirons view that dips gracefully down the canyon and into Boulder Valley. Or it could be the home’s open lines and passive energy use that whisper “relax.”
Boulder-based builder Flatirons Homes, Inc. is making fast work of their new development, Parkside at Quail Ridge. Comprised of 93 townhome-style condos and 36 single-family homes, Parkside at Quail Ridge offers simplified living, energy-efficiency and all the benefits of outdoor activity, with none of the hassle.
Despite teasing weather from Mother Nature, area gardeners are gearing up for a new season of planting beautiful flowers, delicious fruits, and fresh vegetables. So it’s with joy that we celebrate the advent of local plant sales, each one supporting good causes in the community while supplying us with the flowers and foliage we crave. Take a look at area sales and the groups they support.
Many baby boomers never bought a home in their younger years and some baby boomers lost their home in the 2007 to 2012 recession. Baby boomers were born between 1944 and 1964, making them between 55 and 75 years old this year. Those baby boomers are now in their retirement years and are asking, “Am I too old to buy a home?”
Brutalism, also known as Brutalist architecture, emerged in the ‘50s as an offshoot of the early 20th century modernist movement. The concept behind the Brutalist style was to make buildings visually complex through minimal design and repetition, featuring vertical components, over-scaled proportions, unfinished surfaces, and small windows.
If you haven’t heard of organic modernism yet, then get ready – it’s about to become your favorite design trend. It all started in 1941, when the Museum of Modern Art in New York hosted a show titled Organic Design in Home Furnishings. The furniture featured in the exhibition brought together crisp, modern design and natural elements. Now, this trend is reemerging, covering entire rooms in clean lines, curved furniture and the healing power of nature.
This May Day, one thing every property owner in Boulder County can depend on is receiving is a newly assessed property value. Since 2019 is an odd numbered year, state statute requires that every property in Boulder County be evaluated for “assessed value”. Notices of assessed value will go out countywide on May 1, 2019.
Spring signals the welcome return of longer days, blossoming trees, and blooming daffodils. If you’re a new home buyer, the buzz of construction at West Grange in west Longmont is a sound you’ve been waiting for.
Superior’s beloved enclave of Rock Creek is now more welcoming than ever, with Boulder Creek Neighborhoods announcing its newest community – Lanterns at Rock Creek. Lanterns at Rock Creek is not only one of the few new home neighborhoods in Superior, but it is also a rare community offering new ranch-style patio homes in the area.
If you’ve been wringing your hands over the onslaught of thugs attacking our trees and wondering how you can help, the time has arrived for you to take action. One simple act will go a long way to keeping our urban forest thriving: plant a tree.
Did you know there are three different opportunities in Colorado and Boulder County available for seniors to ease the burden of property tax payments on real estate?
Fresh from Playa del Carmen, Chip took part in an in-depth series of classes there for the Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS) certification, held by National Association of Realtors.
If you’re thinking about buying a home, here’s what you need to know about the newest technology trends in homebuying:
A good lawn is the secret to being the envy of the neighborhood, having increased property value, and a happy and fulfilling life. Take advantage of the warming days by indulging in a little lawn care.
Barefoot Lakes is a community built on the idea that nature experiences and lakeside living make everyday activities more unique. Located just a few miles off I-25 in Firestone, Barefoot Lakes is designed to encourage natural experiences for its residents. Whether it’s a walk on the network of trails through open space, or a picnic at the 12-acre Peninsula Park, residents and their families can engage with nature easily and daily.
I have found bringing decor and design into the kitchen a challenging but fun experience. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind when decorating your kitchen.
One of the best ways to make certain your home attracts buyers and the highest possible sales price is to make sure it’s “dressed for success” both inside and out.
RE/MAX Nexus real estate agents Kristel Acre, Jane Kraemer, Terry Rutherford and Sara Feaster have been presented the Quality Service Certified® Platinum award, which recognizes agents providing a high level of service in the real estate industry.
Usually a real estate “For Sale” sign is pretty straightforward and announces that a house is for sale. However, with recent market conditions, there has been a trend across the country of “For Sale” signs having a sign rider attached that says, “Coming Soon”.
WK Real Estate is pleased to announce the addition of Broker Associate Lisa Fischer to its Boulder office.