Coveted Lake of the Pines Home for Sale
2901 N Lakeridge Trail, Boulder, CO 80302
Resort-like living in this secluded nest. Spectacular views from home perched aloft coveted Lake of the Pines community. A dramatic wood staircase guides you to the hand carved front doors, welcoming you inside. The eye catching fireplace is one of four throughout the home. You will be wowed by the thoughtful artistic details & custom carved wood design throughout. Perfect for entertaining: the floor plan escorts you seamlessly through indoor and outdoor gathering spaces. A great room complete with bar, vaulted ceilings and expansive windows welcomes festivities. Enjoy the unique climates of 5 patios around the home. Secluded downstairs bedroom perfect private guest quarters. An ultimate office with custom furniture, wrap-around desk, storage, library, printer stations and space to spread things out and work. The office patio door opens to a formal garden with a bronze sculpture water feature and a pathway to locations with panoramic views. Secluded downstairs bedroom perfect private guest quarters. Library/office and studio area with built-ins and sauna. Kitchen outfitted with premium appliances and velvet finish granite is open to family room. The master bedroom offers built-in furniture, sitting area, and surrounded by the best views framed in picture windows. Feel the radiant heat underfoot in the spa-like 5 piece master bath with mosaic rock design and designer upgrades.
Keep scrolling to read more about this home as shared by seller Debbie.
About the Home
When asked what she loves best about living in the home, Debbie has much to say.
Starting with nature, she will miss the birds and wildlife. “We have recorded sights of over 50 species of birds including Bald Eagles, Osprey, Blue Heron, Western Tanagers, Blue Birds,” she lists.
The smallest birds will be missed the most. She says, “We will mostly miss the hummingbirds, when they arrive, nest, fledge, and leave. The hummingbirds have consumed as much as one gallon of sugar water in a single day.”
Of course, the interior of the home has many favorite features. These include the hardwood art furniture and built-ins, Wolff stove, and indoor work spaces. About the indoor wood, Debbie explains, “We connected with Daniel Strawn, a wood worker and artist, and we designed unique furniture and cabinets to be both beautiful and functional.”
About the yard, Debbie shares, “We wanted it to be a living mural of plants that flower from early spring through late fall, and would also be interesting during the winter. The iris bed has 20 varieties of bearded and mountain iris.”
“The backyard incorporates a walkway through the garden, and a stone bench and table, with panoramic views of Denver, Pikes Peak and the Boulder Flatirons,” she talks about the garden and views. She will miss the many views the home offers: plains, mountains, lake, and forest. She will also miss the garden’s water feature, landscaping, four patio spaces, and mosaic.
About the Neighborhood
Lake of the Pines is a private, gated community of 80 homes around a private lake with fishing, boating and beaching. Debbie says that the neighborhood has “a wide range of community demographics with families with children, professionals and retirees.”
Debbie told us how the neighborhood hosts several events including a Fourth of July parade, BBQ, and celebration; an Easter egg hunt; community clean-up day and fish stocking event; and movie nights.
About the Area
For hiking and mountain biking, Debbie points out the close proximity of Heil Ranch. For those wanting to picnic by a river, Buckingham Park is not far up Left-Hand Canyon. The newer Joder Ranch trail system is a quick drive.
She also says that the, “North Boulder Arts District is just 5 miles away.” Of course, Lyons is a quick trip to the north with Mojo’s Taqueria and Julie’s Thai Kitchen.
And, the Greenbriar Inn is just around the corner.
More About this Boulder, Colorado Home
- Beds: 4
- Baths: 5
- SqFt: 4,073
Last words from Debbie: “It is like living in a resort 24/7. When we go traveling, we are anxious to come home.”