$13 million sale of Boulder estate shatters county record for home sales

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.

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.

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 Gap Road — $7.6 million

Selling at $7.58 million, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom residence at 746 Wagonwheel Gap Rd. closed in October 2021, Zillow reports.

Called “Blur House,” it’s situated on more than 40 acres of woods in the Boulder foothills, with floor-to-ceiling windows, a pool, an outdoor kitchen and “sunken seating area” with a gas fire pit. Residents also scored a gym, a media room and a mudroom.

The home was built in 2017 and designed by Studio B Architecture + Interiors in Aspen. Mike Piche, Studio B architect and principal, told design brand and magazine Dwell that the team was excited to work with “the challenges of a steep, remote site, numerous rock outcroppings, and access to sunlight.”

5. 2299 4th St. — $7.5 million

The five-bedroom, four-bathroom house at 2299 4th St. sold for $7.5 million last December, according to Zillow.

It’s in the Mapleton Hill neighborhood, which is described by blog Your Boulder as “one of the oldest and dreamiest neighborhoods in Boulder.” Constructed in 2021, noteworthy details of the residence designed by Surround Architecture include a covered front patio, white oak wood floors and slab marble countertops.

Not only is there a two-car garage on the exterior, but also a grill, built-in fridge and fire table as part of a custom kitchen.

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