Video Spotlight: Chic Loft With Industrial Edge In Boulder

Built in 1901, Seven Hundred Pearl has served many purposes throughout its history, including as a mining town grocery store, before being renovated into a luxury loft.

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At once sophisticated and rugged, this exceptional residence in Boulder, Colorado captures the essence of an East Coast artist’s loft while embracing the spirit of the American West.

700 Pearl Street, Boulder, Colorado | Presented by Francis Hagan, Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate

Throughout the 2,200-square-foot floor plan, gentle nods to the loft’s rich history can be seen in the Edison lightbulb fixture, walls adorned with buffalo nickels and bullet shells and a statement wall of recycled leather belts.

High exposed-beam ceilings and brick walls and columns give the home its designation as a loft while teak flooring, sliding steel-framed  doors and glass panels give the space an industrial edge.

Multiple fireplaces make for an intimate contrast to the loft’s grand size. Notable design elements include a metal-framed bed suspended from thickly braided rope, repurposed street lamps from France and a living wall of moss and sage.

Situated on Pearl Street, this distinctive loft residence enjoys a prime location in the heart of downtown Boulder, surrounded by a vibrant array of shops, restaurants and cultural venues.

About the area: Known for its vibrant atmosphere, Pearl Street serves as the primary hub for shopping, dining, entertainment and cultural experiences in Boulder. Lined with charming boutiques, restaurants, cafes and street performers, Pearl Street is a popular destination for both locals and tourists alike. It hosts numerous festivals, events and live performances throughout the year, contributing to its lively and dynamic character. Additionally, Pearl Street provides access to outdoor activities as it is located near the Trailhead, offering easy entry to Boulder’s renowned hiking trails.

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