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Boulder Realtor Explains Popularity of the Holiday Neighborhood Terri Cox talks about the sense of community, affordability and youthfulness of the Holiday neighborhood. Terri Cox is a veteran realtor in the Boulder area with a detailed knowledge of all of Boulder’s various neighborhoods—no easy task for a city that is as diverse and rapidly growing as Boulder, Colorado. In a recent interview, Terri was kind enough to highlight some of the reasons why the Holiday neighborhood is such an attractive option not only to people looking to buy Boulder luxury homes but for those looking for affordable condos and live-work spaces as well. According to Terri, the North Boulder neighborhood of Holiday has a wide range of housing and is a great place to move if you are a new arrival to the area and want to find a home where there a lots of opportunities to meet new people and quickly become a part of the community. The Holiday neighborhood is located in North Boulder which means it offers easy access to a number of trails and wilderness areas making a it a perfect fit for nature-lovers who don’t want to sacrifice the convenience of city living. Perhaps best of all for the eco-conscious is the fact that the neighborhood has been touted as a model of sustainable and affordable living and development both in terms of its residences and businesses. In short, a lot of care has been taken in the planning and development of the Holiday neighborhood to ensure that a strong sense of community and a concern for one’s environment become second nature to the residents which is why Terri fondly terms the area as a “unique neighborhood that’s strong on community.” When describing the holiday neighborhood boulder, there was perhaps no word that buyers agent Terri Cox used more than “new” and with good reason: the community has been recently developed and the housing stock is both new and beautifully appointed. The design and architecture of all the single family homes, condos, cohousing and town houses bespeak a concern for the environment in terms of their use of sustainable resources while offering buyers modern, contemporary style that is not easy to come by. Holiday is all about building a sense of community for its residents which is why affordability is one its key tenets. According to Terri the average cost of a single family home in Holiday would be in the range of $600,000 and one could expect to find condos and town houses for around $350,000. In addition, the planners of this Boulder, Colorado neighborhood also made sure to include a number of live-work arrangements to increase sustainability reduce the impact of vehicle emissions due to commuting and enhance the sense of community in the neighborhood. It’s no surprise then that Terri says “everyone that I know who lives there knows everyone who lives in the neighborhood.” Whether you have lived in Boulder your whole life or are thinking of moving to the area, Terri Cox is a Boulder realtor with the experience, passion and knowledge to help you either find the home of your dreams or even sell your home. As a boulder real estate agent of RE/MAX, Terri has access to a wide variety of luxury homes and affordable housing in Holiday and will help to find the right fit for you in this new, unique North Boulder neighborhood. As Terri says, Holiday “is definitely different than any of the other neighborhoods in Boulder” so give her a call today and let her begin the search for your dream home in this community today.
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