Since our opening 15 months ago, more than 70 homebuyers have purchased homes in Northfield Commons and more are in the works. The majority are pre-sales but there’s also spec inventory for folks who need a quick closing. Don’t believe everything you read. The lousy housing market doesn’t apply here.

What’s the attraction?

The location is a great fit for people who love Boulder’s quality of life. Sales manager Kate Lyons describes the 22-acre neighborhood as “a unique pocket tucked away in northeast Boulder, with great trail access, close to coffee shops and restaurants, and only 2 miles from downtown.” Stopping by Vic’s on your way to work is a no-brainer. So is a late afternoon bike ride or 3-mile run. Four Mile Creek and Wonderland Creek trails are accessible from the neighborhood bike path and both lead to open space.

Look around.

The Flatirons provide a sense of expansiveness that’s hard to get in a city. You’re an easy walk to Northfield’s private park from anywhere in the neighborhood and quiet, tree-lined Kalmia offers a semi-rural charm that appeals to a lot of folks.

People love choices.

We’ve got an eclectic mix of homes, including single family, duplexes, town homes, row houses and condos. We can comfortably say there’s something for everyone. Most buyers are getting in early and choosing their own selections, interior finishes and upgrades. It’s called getting what you want. Like we said, people love choices.

Not every block looks the same.

Four local green builders and architectural teams are involved, which is why you see contemporary as well as traditional styling and materials. The wide range of housing types and styles creates an attractive streetscape with personality and character.

Stop by.

Or give Kate Lyons a call (303.442.0309). We’re in the sales center at the intersection of Kalmia and Silverton Street from 11-6 daily.