Well, all the refreshing work has been done to the house including new carpet and the photographer and videographer are done with their work. The website will be up soon, and this Chautauqua Park home is ready for sale!
Located in the Vermont Subdivision, which was platted in 1875, this home is located on the shoulder of Flagstaff Mountain, at the very western edge of Boulder, and is directly on the interface line with local wildlife including bear, mountain lion, fox, deer, and even the rare elk.
This property is in the first developed Boulder subdivision with views of Flagstaff Mountain that can be observed on the hill just above this neighborhood. Locals often associate this neighborhood with the giant illuminated star located on Flagstaff Mountain, which is lit during the holiday season and can be seen across eastern Boulder County.
This neighborhood is composed of Boulders most diverse collection of premium homes with the eclectic character indigenous to Boulder and architectural styles that range from original Victorian to all glass modernism. Two doors from 1111 Jay is well known architect Charles Hartling’s “Pyramid House”.
Located on the gradual slope from Canyon Boulevard up to the mesa which begins Chataqua Park at Baseline Road, 1111 Jay sits approximately in the center of the Vermont subdivision, just slightly above the University of Colorado. The University is only eight blocks away.
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