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Local Boulder Real Estate Agent Details The
Boulder realtor, Terri Cox details why the Moores Neighborhood is such a popular place
to call home.
They say “home is where the heart is,” but not every home is made equal. As
anyone searching for their dream home knows, location is key, and Boulder,
Colorado is no exception. There are several neighborhoods throughout the city
that people should be aware of to ensure they’re finding a property they’re
happy to call home. Boulder real estate agent Terri Cox says that the Moores
neighborhood is an up and coming area of the city for people to call home. “In
the last couple of years we've definitely seen some growth in that area because
of it's location and the beautiful tree-lined streets,” says Terri.
Between its beautiful mountainside location and bustling economy, Boulder is
known for offering a unique lifestyle opportunity for it’s residents. Fine dining
and local shopping are just some of the many draws to the area. “Moores is
about two miles from downtown,” says Terri, “so it's real quick to get down there
and you can easily bike there in the spring and summer.” Along north Broadway,
residents can enjoy the Ideal Market shopping center for their grocery needs, as
well as enjoy some of the best coffee, dining, and shopping in the area. Moores
is also very close to the Hilltop shopping center as well as Lucky Market, and
Holiday, more independently owned shops and restaurants can be found.
This area of Boulder is a particular draw for families. “It's still very close to
everything in Boulder, however, it's easy to find an acre lot, a third acre lot, even
half acre lots.” Some of the homes in this area were originally developed through
the early 1900’s, with the majority of the houses built during the 1940’s and the
1950’s. “ I would say that an average house is around $775,000,” says Terri,
“but we're going to see a lot more tear-downs and people building their dream
homes, so we're going to see a lot more $1.2 and $1.5 million homes.”
Another aspect that makes this area of Boulder so popular are the
numerous trailheads, parks, and other outdoor recreation activities. “Just
on the other side of Broadway you're going to find Wonderland Lake, and
there's a nice little trail that goes around that. If you head north, you can
travel along Eagle Trail which extends all the way out to the Boulder
Reservoir.” Located nearby the Moores neighborhood, people can take
advantage of Crest View Park, as well as Melody Park. Both scenic spots
offer some beautiful views of the Flat Irons and feature large playgrounds
for kids to enjoy.
With its healthy growing economy and an emerging buyer’s housing
market, Boulder is becoming an extremely popular location for people to
call home. Terri feels that the Moores neighborhood has a lot to offer and
anyone interested in taking advantage of the full lifestyle Boulder has to
offer should consider taking a look at available homes in this area. “With all
the parks and the trails and all the shopping close by, there's just a lot to
do in that moores neighborhood boulder.”
Many have found Terri to be a valuable asset, as evidenced by her most
recent Zillow review: “To sum it all up as concisely as possible, I don't think
she could have made it any easier." In addition to Boulder, Terri has
extensive experience serving the real estate needs of home buyers and
sellers throughout the Superior, Broomfield, Erie, Westminster, Northglenn
and Thornton, Colorado areas. From first time home buyers, to VA buyers
and those interested in luxury homes, Terri's expertise will prove beneficial.
She can be reached by phone or by visiting her website, Terri Cox Homes.