This iconic Mapleton Hill foursquare is one of the most beautiful examples of historic preservation in Boulder. Built in 1906, meticulously renovated by current owners from 2012-2016. Luxury living in one of Boulder's most prestigious locations.
The mantra of many who come to Boulder is “we want to be able to walk downtown.” And while much of Boulder is pedestrian and bike friendly, with easy access to downtown via foot, bike or bus, we understand the desire to live within a blocks of Pearl Street. Many of Boulder’s earliest inhabitants did just that, which is why the areas closest to downtown are also the most historic. North of downtown and West of Broadway, Mapleton Hill is undeniable in it appeal to all who visit or live in Boulder, boasting grand historic homes (many landmarked and protected over the years by the Historic Review Commission) on trees line with mature maples. East of Broadway is home to the more eclectic Whittier neighborhood where the lots and the homes tend to be smaller, but no less charming. Both neighborhoods offer historic schools, Whittier Elementary, a public school with an International Baucalaurete focus, and the newly re-opened Mapleton School, a beloved neighborhood landmark, renovated for pre-school and kindergarten aged students.