Boulder County will soon gets something it needs desperately: More than 100 new houses at hard-to-find prices.
Louisville-based Boulder Creek Neighborhoods will next month begin selling the small single-family homes, dubbed wee-Cottages, to be built in the Blue Vista community in southeast Longmont.
The homes will be listed in the low-$300,000s, said Boulder Creek founder David Sinkey. Twenty-seven of the 102 homes will be permanently affordable, the exact cost of which is to be determined by a number of factors, but will likely be in the low- to mid-$200,000s.
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