35 miles northwest of Denver, Boulder is nestled against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Spectacular views, 300 days of sunshine a year, an over abundance of outdoor activities in the winter and summer and the unique lifestyles of its residents make Boulder a place like no other. Average home prices are higher here than the other neighboring towns due to the high demand for housing and the limited ability for new construction, thus making real estate in the City of Boulder more expensive. Boulder is also surrounded by a greenbelt of open space with hiking and biking trails that will never be developed, ensuring its residence the prevention of urban sprawl. Historical homes and Urban Modern dwellings intermingle in this truly unique part of Colorado.