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The largest mountain town in Boulder County, Nederland offers homeowners the contrast of rustic mountain life with the more city-like atmosphere of neighboring Boulder. Approximately 1400 people call Nederland home today.
With the city of Boulder located just 17 miles away—3000 feet down the canyon, the real estate market here is poised for growth. Nederland land owners enjoy the serene and beautiful landscape of the area, and pride themselves on having a strong sense of community. The median price for Nederland homes is currently around $340,000, with a few foreclosure properties available as well. This is the perfect spot for buyers who are looking for a Colorado mountain town with incredible scenery.
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HOMES & AMENITIES
Taking advantage of its mountain crossroads location, the town of Nederland has built a vibrant new tourist information center, and owners of the nearby Eldora Ski Area have expanded their snowmaking capabilities and upgraded their facilities. These changes are giving Nederland a powerful economic shot in the arm, and enticing buyers to consider purchasing property in Nederland.
Nederland has many recreational opportunities for residents and tourists alike. Barker Reservoir is a favorite fishing spot, and lends itself to many outdoor activities. Visit the shops, dine at the friendly cafés or participate in annual festivals such as Nedfest, Frozen Dead Guy Days, and Miner’s Days.
For athletes in the family, there is the popular Neder-Nederland run to participate in. History buffs can take an interesting tour of the Mining Museum, and learn about Nederland’s rich history.
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THE HISTORY OF
Nederland was named by a Dutch mining community, and means “The Netherlands,” or “low lands”. The town was born as a settlement for gold, silver, and later, tungsten miners. The promise of riches from the town’s mines drew thousands of people to build homes in in the area in the late 1800s. In 1874, Nederland was incorporated and had more than 3,500 residents at its peak.
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