Park East on Monroe Drive is a community popular with a wide range of buyers in Boulder, Colorado. You’ll find college students, families with small children, retirees and couples living at Park East. What’s the attraction? This is a well rounded community, with an excellent location, solid Home Owners Association (HOA) and great views.
Each building has four units. Each unit comes with it’s own carport and an additional storage locker. There are three distinct layouts in the community. There is the “A” model, a true ranch with three bedrooms. This layout is popular with families as well as retirees looking to get away from staircases. The B and C models are two story attached homes with a half bath on the main floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom up. This layout is very popular with just about everyone, as the home lives much like a traditional house. The “B” and “C” models also have a laundry/mud room as you enter from the carport.
The “D “unit is a ranch layout on the second floor with 2 bedrooms and a single bathroom. There are large decks at the front door – many with stunning views of the Flatirons.
All units have a carport and there is ample parking for visitors, roommates and the pizza delivery guy. A centrally located swimming pool serves the community and the Boulder Bike path winds around Park East. Using only the path, you can get to Four Mile Canyon, Stazio baseball fields or Table Mesa & Broadway without once having to cross a road.
Many units have wonderful views and there is a great deal of green surrounding this community. A short walk from the community is bus access, making the neighborhood popular for students and those seeking alternative transportation. Park East was constructed from 1976 to 1977. The condos feature gas forced air heat and hot water. The home owner’s fees are low for Boulder at just one hundred seventy dollars a month. Sold prices for 2012 (January 1st through November 13th) ranged from $206,000 to $265,000.
This is a well loved community, walking distance to two schools, the University of Colorado and the Boulder Bike Path. In addition to great walk-scores, the community is an easy commute to Safeway, King Soopers, Sprouts and more.