Welcome to this beautifully updated 4-bedroom tri-level home in sought-after Niwot. Step into the spacious remodeled great room, featuring a stunning modern gas fireplace, hardwood flooring and a large bow window, creating a perfect space for relaxation and entertaining. The updated kitchen area adds a touch of elegance with its Italian gas stove and quartz topped island, making it a focal point of the home. This property offers a perfect blend of modern comfort and timeless charm.
The remodeled primary suite boasts a luxurious bath with high-end features, providing a private retreat within the home. The two additional upstairs bedrooms are thoughtfully decorated, offering comfort and style. The lower level features a spacious family room, perfect for gatherings, as well as a guest bedroom and bath, providing ample space for visitors or extended family members.
The spacious office is a versatile flex space, originally designed as a soundproof music room but easily adaptable for use as a home office, recreation room, or any other purpose to suit your lifestyle.
Situated on a corner lot, this property offers privacy with large shrubs surrounding the area. Enjoy outdoor living with a spacious deck, patio, and sitting area in the lawn, perfect for entertaining or relaxing. Additionally, the property features a real sauna, providing a luxurious touch for wellness and relaxation.
The little town of Niwot (the Arapahoe Indian word for left hand) is located on the Diagonal Highway midway between Boulder and Longmont in unincorporated Boulder County. It was plattedin 1875. The name honored Chief Niwot, of the friendly Arapaho Indian Tribe. Their encampment was on Left Hand Creek about three miles west of Niwot. Haystack Mountain was a favorite lookoutpoint for buffalo that roamed the area. Stone tepee groundings can still be found. Locals and transplants alike are proud and intrigued with the history of Niwot. But, “chiefly” (punintended), Niwotians are pleased with the quality of life this area affords its residents. Niwot, with its historical charm and country elegance, has blossomed into one of Boulder County’s premier residential addresses. Today the community of Niwot is best known for its charming atmosphere where local businesses are thriving. Limited commercial development has kept Niwot a quiet place with a small town atmosphere for people eager to escape hectic city life.
Here are some aspects to consider if you're thinking about living in Niwot:
Small Town Charm: Niwot is a tight-knit community with a population of around 4,000 residents. This small size contributes to a strong sense of community and neighborly feel. You'll likely get to know your neighbors and be involved in local events and activities.
Scenic Location: Niwot is situated against the backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, offering stunning views and outdoor recreational opportunities. Hiking, biking, and exploring nature are easily accessible with the trail system throught Niwot.
Local Businesses: Niwot's Old Town and Cottonwood Shopping Center feature many excellent restaurants, coffee shops, local botiques, banks, and the popular Niwot Market.
Education: Niwot is served by the St. Vrain Valley School District, which includes well-regarded public schools. The area's emphasis on education makes it appealing for families. Hightly rated Niwot Elementary School and Niwot High School are located in town as well as Waldorf School and Rocky Mountain Christian School which are both private schools.
Outdoor Activities: With its proximity to the mountains and nearby Boulder, there's no shortage of outdoor activities to enjoy, including hiking, skiing, snowboarding, and more.
Cultural Events: Niwot hosts various cultural events and festivals throughout the year, fostering a vibrant community atmosphere. The Rock 'n Rails summer concert series, Dancing Under the Stars, Niwot Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween, Fourth of July, and Holiday Events and parades are popular events.
Proximity to Boulder and Longmont: Niwot is located midway between Boulder and Longmont, which provide additional amenities, dining options, cultural attractions, and job opportunities. It's just a 45 minute drive to DIA and Denver.
Weather: Colorado is known for its sunny climate and varied seasons. Niwot experiences cold winters with snowfall and warm summers, making it a great destination for those who enjoy seasonal changes.
Community Engagement: The tight-knit community often organizes local events, farmers markets, and gatherings, which can be a great way to connect with fellow residents.
If you value a small-town feel, scenic surroundings, and a strong sense of community, Niwot could be an excellent choice. It's recommended to visit the area and explore its offerings firsthand before making a decision to move.
Overall, living in Niwot could be a wonderful choice if you value a slower pace of life, a strong sense of community, and a connection to nature.
Cottonwood Square is located just a few blocks from Alfalfa Court. It is a wonderful little shopping center with a grocery store, The Niwot Market, a bank, gas station with small shop, many wonderful gift and dress shops, restaurants, a coffee house, a flower shop, a barber shop, a spa, and a pet spa.
The Niwot Children's Park is located on First Street in Old Town. It is a truly unique park and folks come from all around to bring their children to play there. The park's plan includes natural landscaping, several play and climbing structures,and a large wooly mammoth. Financed by a grant from Great Outdoors Colorado with the assistance of Boulder County and at the same time, the community raised over $20,000 from Niwot residents to contribute towards the purchase of the property and the building of the park. It opened in 2016.
The money to maintain our park comes solely from donations from our generous community members who help us offset the $12,000 annual costs of cleaning, supplies, watering, mowing and general annual upkeep.
The Pavilion area, the Pergola area and The Story Book Tree area are available to reserve for a limit of 2 hours between the hours of 9am and 6:30pm. However, the remainder of the park will remain open to the public. A tax deductible minimum donation of $25 is suggested to reserve these spaces due to the cost of maintaining our beautiful park.
Left Hand Grange Park is the original Niwot park. Located on Niwot Road and 83rd Street it has always had a baseball field but recently a playground, restrooms and picnic area have been added. It is a more traditional community park. It is located just 3 blocks from Alfalfa Court.