Two Boulder homes snag top sale prices for October

Two most expensive home sales in October were in Boulder

The home at 2115 Linden Ave. in Boulder. (Photo courtesy of ColoProperty.com)

2115 Linden Ave., Boulder: $6.5 million

Listing agent: Stephen Remmert with Compass-Boulder

Buyer’s agent: Lindsey Cynoski with Porchlight Real Estate Group

Details: This 5,709-square-foot, five-bedroom home in Carolyn Heights, one of Boulder’s most highly coveted neighborhoods, was designed and remodeled by Surround Architecture and Treeline Homes. The striking two-story great room features a wall of windows paired with exposed steel beams. Multiple glass folding walls lead from the kitchen to the outdoor covered deck overlooking the pool and stone patio.

902 White Hawk Ranch Drive

The home at 902 White Hawk Ranch Drive in Boulder. (Photo courtesy of ColoProperty.com)

902 White Hawk Ranch Drive, Boulder: $5.5 million 

Listing agent: Dena Schlutz with Estate Professionals

Buyer’s agent: Sue Puterbaugh with Live West Realty

Details: This seven-bedroom Boulder dream home on 1.2 acres offers full Flatirons views and backs to city-owned open space. The home’s focal point is a folding NanaWall that opens the home’s west side to provide an indoor-outdoor entertainment experience. The 9,353-square-foot home features radiant in-floor heat on all levels.

528 S Franklin Street

The home at 528 S. Franklin St. in Denver. (Photo courtesy of REColorado)

528 S. Franklin St., Denver: $5.4 million

Listing agent: Will McKinlay with Capital Realtors Group LLC

Buyer’s agent: Melanie Yacko with Realty One Group Premier

Details: This new construction home, hand-crafted by LHI LLC, sits across from Washington Park and features over 6,200 square feet of living space over four floors with a glass-enclosed elevator. The six-bedroom home features a private gym, multiple electric car chargers, a glass-enclosed study, au pair living quarters, and a walk-in wine room.

445 Cook Street

The home at 445 Cook St. in Denver. (Photo courtesy of REColorado)

445 Cook St., Denver: $5.3 million

Listing agents: Barbara Perry and Carla Bartell with Corcoran Perry & Co.

Buyer’s agent: Janci Lowry with LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

This sophisticated five-bedroom, six-bathroom home combines contemporary convenience and artistic style. Take the elevator to the second floor to discover three en suite bedrooms plus a primary suite with a bonus room perfect for relaxing or using as an office. The finished basement includes two additional bedrooms and an office space plumbed to convert to a wine cellar.

Two most expensive home sales in October were in Boulder

The home at 2115 Linden Ave. in Boulder. (Photo courtesy of ColoProperty.com)

The most expensive houses were $6.5 million and $5.5 million, followed by Denver homes for $5.4 million and $5.3 million.

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