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Pleased to announce for sale this incredibly well cared-for home on a quiet cul-de-sac in North Boulder. This pristine and quiet street is home to only 12 homes. The home is south-facing with great sun and seasonal Flatirons and mountain views. Features include 5bd/4ba with ~5,250 sq ft on ~12,000 sq ft lot and an immaculate 3-car attached garage. Numerous parks, pool, trails, schools, and amenities close-by both bike-able and walk-able. Located ~2 miles north of downtown Boulder. Asking Price - $1,147,000

2363KellerFarm#12363 Keller Farm Dr., Boulder

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Pleased to announce a new top-floor end unit condo for sale in the Old North Neighborhood. This 2bd/1ba 1,088 sq ft condo features an incredibly quiet oasis-like location within the building. Features include a spacious floorplan, living room fireplace, ~100 foot covered south deck, and 2 covered carport parking spaces. Great neighborhood amenities are literally, not kidding, directly across the street! Asking price $349,000.  For additional information, CLICK HERE!  1303 Alpine Ave. #29B, Boulder1303 Alpine Ave. #29B, Boulder1303 Alpine Ave. #29B, Boulder110717-110-6910h
Pleased to announce a lovely high-end townhome for sale in the NOBO (North Boulder) Neighborhood. This 2-story townhome features towering south-facing windows and deck with uninterrupted Flatirons & mountain views. This 1bd/1.5ba 1,302 sq ft property features bamboo floors, high-end granite slab kitchen countertops, cherry wood cabinets, central AC, and detached 1-car garage. Live the NOBO lifestyle with this property! Asking Price - $399,000 For more information CLICK HERE!

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Pleased to announce the successful sale of 5445 Centennial Trail located in east Boulder. This lovely well-cared for ranch home featured 3bd/2.5 bath ~2,120 sq ft on a ~10,000+ sq ft lot with a large 2-car attached garage. This property received multiple offers within its first 36 hours on the market for sale, and was contracted after 4 days on the market with an executed back-up offer.  Ultimately this property sold for 102% of its asking price of $565,000. Final sales price was $580,000!


Patagonia: The Responsible Company What We’ve Learned from Patagonia’s first 40 years  An Evening with Vincent Stanley – VP of Marketing  Last night the downtown Boulder Patagonia store hosted a wise elder of Patagonia, Vincent Stanley, who has recently co-authored a new book with Patagonia founder, Yvon Chouinard, titled Patagonia: The Responsible Company. Speaking with a calm, clear and very ego-less demeanor, Stanley gave an overview of his own 40+ year involvement with Patagonia book-ended by his current position of Vice President of Marketing. As a writer, Stanley and Chouinard’s new title literally expresses an outline for companies to consider in striving for continued consciousness in the delicate dance between caring for customers and caring for the environment. Over the last four decades, Stanley honestly spoke about the continuing learning process the leaders of Patagonia have endured in better understanding the impacts of their own manufacturing processes. “I am a fan of transparency,” stated Stanley, “and it has made a huge difference in this company.” Stanley matter-of-factly stated the unfortunate truth that “most often publically held companies won’t always move towards environmental improvements because it takes longer for a return and it affects the bottom line.” The tension between trying to be a “sustainable” company and yet manufacturing goods with by-products was highlighted in Patagonia’s year-old ad campaign. “Don’t Buy this Jacket” was the title of a full-page ad taken out in the New York Times a year ago featuring the R2 jacket. In an attempt to give customers pause, and the company itself as a whole, the ad tried to outline what are the levels of consumption required (water, electricity, materials, and labor) needed for producing a single garment. When taking this approach and accountability, the inevitable question asked by Stanley was “how then do you judge the success of a campaign like this?” Ultimately seeing that there were neither increases our decreases in the sales of the specific products highlighted in the “Don’t Buy This Jacket” campaign, a status quo could therefore be considered a success while awareness was raised to customers of the true cost of “consumption” of their purchasing power, with this simultaneously being a good reminder for the company. In a glimpse towards the future, Stanley highlighted a few efforts Patagonia continues to make as a company towards its own environmental stewardship and “role model-ness” if you will as a company for others. The Portland, Oregon Patagonia store has created an area within its square footage called “The Second Home” for used Patagonia clothing to be re-sold. Patagonia has also partnered with eBay in a Common Threads program for re-selling used products. Also, every single Patagonia retail store will receive and recycle any old, worn-out Patagonia items that will be re-purposed and re-created into new products. There will be continued publishing at Patagonia Press of the Footprint Chronicles, which outlines their products environmental footprint and impact in the manufacturing process. A significant event affecting the company’s future occurred in 2012, in that Patagonia was classified as a B-Corporation whereas social and environmental values can be written into the business charter. The ultimate highlight of B-Corp status for Patagonia is that when the current owners die the company can’t be sued for not selling to the highest bidder. Patagonia is one of the few companies that truly has acknowledged their own shortcomings. In concluding, Stanley succinctly expressed the sentiment of the company as, “ we ultimately do not want to put a lot of people out of work for striving to be virtuous.”  
I am pleased to announce the successful sale of  this lovely home in the Shannon Estates Neighborhood of East Boulder. I acted as a Buyer's agent for first-time home buyers and we have spent the last ~15 months actively pursuing a new home. Whew! 1484 Wicklow Street is a well-cared for 3,900+ finished square foot home (ranch with a large pop-top) on a 14,000+ square foot lot and features 3bd/2ba, 1 car detached garage, nice western mountain views from upstairs deck, and lovely landscaped yard with vegetable garden. This was VERY competitive when it came on the market, and this lovely home & property was purchased for $498,000. 

I am pleased to announce the successful sale of this top floor condo (~880 sq ft 1bd/1ba w/loft) in Whittier Square located at 2201 Pearl Street #309 - literally in the heart of downtown Boulder. I represented the seller in this transaction and was also able to secure a buyer for the property. After ~1 week of negotiating, we were under contract with an agreed offer to purchase in ~10 days on the market and successful closed with a local lender providing financing. Small world story on this transaction, the buyer literally used to own a unit directly underneath this top-floor unit ~10 years ago and is now re-locating back to Boulder from back East, ha! Final Sales Price - $247,860. 

I am pleased to announce this newly listed top-floor condo for sale located on the East End of Pearl Street in the heart of Downtown Boulder. This 1bd/1ba + loft condo features saltillo tile floors, vaulted ceiling, living room fireplace, stacked Bosch washer/dryer. Also features south & north decks with mountain views, as well as underground parking and additional storage. List Price - $262,000 For additional information CLICK HERE!
Pleased to announce a weekend open house at 4973 Noble Park Place in the Noble Neighborhood of Boulder. This 3bd/3ba town home will be held open Sunday, January 15th 12-3pm. Come on by!! For additional property information CLICK HERE.