This month’s $13 million sale of a Boulder estate qualifies as the county’s most expensive sale in history.
Over the past decade, Boulder’s top 10 sales for single-family residences all exceeded $6.5 million, with the second-most expensive hitting $10 million, according to Alana Watkins of VOCA Public Relations, referencing public records. The six-bedroom, six-bathroom home at 1489 Sunset Blvd. closed on Jan. 17.
“It’s not surprising to me that this home is setting records for home sales in Boulder County — it’s truly one of a kind,” said broker Marybeth Emerson of real estate agency Slifer Smith & Frampton.
The Sunset Boulevard home already set a previous record: the first to sell for $7 million in 2020, with Emerson serving as the buyer agent then. It is about 7,300 square feet, and sits on a little over 1 acre — close to Boulder’s Pearl Street. It was listed at $13 million.
The exterior of the home at 1489 Sunset Blvd. includes a heated patio, a fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, a copper hot tub, cold plunge and more. (Courtesy of Andrew Forino)
Its interior includes an elevator and a charcoal water filtration system, while the exterior features a heated patio, a fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, a copper hot tub, cold plunge and more.
Watkins declined to disclose the identities of the buyer and seller.
2. 3621 21st St. — $10 million
The second-priciest home at 3621 21st St. closed at $10 million last June, according to real estate company Redfin. Built in 2022, the two-story, five-bedroom residence with four bathrooms is north of downtown in the Carolyn Heights neighborhood.
It sits on an almost-acre lot, with a pool, a pool house, a Calacatta marble kitchen island, a Colorado Buff limestone terrace and more.
3. 1810 Norwood Ave. — $7.9 million
The third residence on the list at 1810 Norwood Ave. sold for $7.9 million in April 2021, according to Zillow, a real-estate marketplace company. At almost 4,600 square feet, the three-bedroom, four-bathroom house was built in 2019 on a half-acre lot.
Cannabis exec asks $5M for Observatory Park home bought on 4/20
Golden’s workers can’t afford to live there but first-ever homeownership project offers hope
Statewide decline in home sales surpasses that seen in metro Denver last year
From frenzied to frozen: Metro Denver housing market ends 2022 on a chilly note
It includes a pool, a patio, an outdoor shower, a double oven, vaulted ceilings and more. The two-story home features Kansas limestone, Colorado Buff sandstone and oak floors, according to real estate company Corcoran Perry & Co.
4. 746 Wagonwheel …read more
Source:: The Denver Post – Business