July 2012

Found 2 blog entries for July 2012.

The reasons why people move to homes in Boulder, Colorado vary just as much as the people living in Boulder. Many of Boulder’s young residents these days are originally brought to real estate in the University Hill area because of the prestigious University of Colorado, while others seek employment opportunities from one of the many new and innovative industries Boulder is known for.

There are also the adrenaline junkies who crave the sports and activities the mountains provide, and also the foodies that come to dabble in the unique culinary culture of this city. Furthermore, many families seeking the best in education and an active lifestyle also find their way to Boulder, CO as it has been named the best place to live by many publications.

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Nederland is a Statutory Town which was established in 1885, and is situated near the Continental Divide and Barker Meadow Reservoir in the mountains of southwest Boulder County, Colorado.  During the 1850s, it started as a trading post between European settlers and Ute Indians.  The town first boomed when gold, silver and tungsten were discovered near the mines of Caribou and then Eldora.  Today it is as famous as a gateway to outdoor activity in the Indian Peaks Wilderness, Rocky Mountain National Park, Roosevelt National Forest and Peak Wilderness. Nederland is located 15 miles southwest of Boulder, 38 miles south of Estes Park and 50 miles northwest of Denver.

Nederland is a unique town with a rich history and tradition of mining and music, and

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