Some of the most luxury properties along Colorado’s Front Range feature magazine-worthy amenities like sparkling pools with mountain views, roaring fireplaces (both indoors and outdoors!), kitchens wrapped in Calcutta marble that are made for entertaining with double islands and driveways with built-in snowmelt systems that lead to spacious garages. 

Boulder County’s most expensive home to ever sell was snapped up in January 2023: A $13 million, six-bedroom, six-bathroom home that was so close to Pearl St. you could practically smell Lucille’s biscuits. The six-bedroom property is outfitted with amenities galore – a charcoal water filtration system, a fire pit, a copper tub plus a cold plunge and a wine cellar. 

If you’ve got your eye set on Front Range luxury, there are still plenty more special properties that come with unbelievable wow factors. 

Ahead, Realtors with WK Realty in Boulder share a few of their luxurious offerings in Boulder and Broomfield.

335 Lee Hill Road in Boulder. (Photo courtesy: WK Real Estate).

335 Lee Hill Road in Boulder. (Photo courtesy: WK Real Estate).

335 Lee Hill in Boulder
List price: $10.9 million
Square footage: 8,701

One of the premier residences on Colorado’s Front Range has hit the market. This listing in north Boulder is set on 5 acres, and feels a world away, yet is close to restaurants, bakeries, and coffee shops. The sprawling home was built by Tim Harrington, who is known for crafting some of the area’s most high-end custom homes. This one in particular has luxury details, including four limestone fireplaces, custom millwork, travertine and walnut floors and a chef’s kitchen with double islands and spacious pantries. “The home has resort-like amenities, including a 90-foot lap pool and a six-car show garage,” says John Hoeffler, a Boulder real estate agent with WK Real Estate. The home blends naturally with the adjacent foothills, Hoeffler says, and it’s gated and private for tranquil seclusion. Blending naturally with the adjacent foothills.

851 14th St., Boulder (Photo courtesy: WK Real Estate).

851 14th St., Boulder
(Photo courtesy: WK Real Estate).

851 14th St., Boulder
List price: $3.75 million
Square footage: 5,053

Looking for a classic, historical home in Boulder with a three-car garage and a carport within walking distance to Chautauqua Park and Folsom Field? Turn your attention to this listing.  “This Craftsman-style home, built in 1917, is located in the iconic, historical University Place Neighborhood, right in the heart of Boulder,” says Cassie Remington, broker associate with WK Real Estate. Residents get breathtaking views of the mountains, too. Beautiful features set this home apart, including the woodwork and stained glass that are original to the home, Remington says. The home also has a wood-burning fireplace, hardwood flooring, and, downstairs, there’s a private, separate entrance and kitchenette, which makes for a great in-law suite or has Airbnb potential. Outside, you’ll want to enjoy al fresco dinners: There are great views of the mountains, a custom-made water feature and mature trees. The house was originally built in 1917 and was designated historic by the City of Boulder. 

3435 W. 155th Ave., Broomfield. (Photo courtesy: WK Real Estate).

3435 W. 155th Ave., Broomfield. (Photo courtesy: WK Real Estate).

3435 W. 155th Ave, Broomfield
List price: $2.08 million
Square footage: 5,414

Located in Broomfield’s Anthem Estates, and perched on a hill, this 6-bed, 5.5-bath home is the perfect blend of luxury and breathtaking mountain views. The home was built in 2021 with custom touches and high-end finishes. The outdoor living space sets this home apart. There’s a full wet bar, an entertaining space and a walkout basement, and you can enjoy views of the mountains from a built-in hot tub in the backyard. The primary suite’s bathroom is a spacious spa-like retreat and features an oversized shower, a deep soaking tub and dual vanities.  

By Brittany Anas, At Home Luxe