It should also come as no surprise that all signs point to the couple who bought the $4.25 million home and 40 acres along St. Vrain Road near Hygiene as being one of Boulder’s most well-known, Brad Feld and Amy Batchelor.
Feld, of course, is a managing director of the venture capital firm Foundry Group and a co-founder of startup accelerator TechStars. Batchelor is a philanthropist and co-authored with Feld the book “Startup Life: Surviving and Thriving in a Relationship with an Entrepreneur.”
Boulder County property records show Denali Property Holdings LLC, an entity registered to Feld, as the purchaser of the home, which had been bank-owned. Batchelor announced on her blog last month that the couple was placing their Eldorado Canyon home for sale and moving north of Boulder near Longmont as they looked for a “rest-of-the-life house where we could live well into ripe old age.”
A Realtor.com listing for the seven-year-old home on St. Vrain Road shows it as a six-bedroom, four-bathroom, 10,821-square-foot luxury retreat with views of the Flatirons and a large shop and barn.
The couple’s home at 450 Kneale Rd. in Eldorado Canyon, located on 33 acres, is for sale for $2.5 million, with an option to purchase two adjacent parcels for a total of 114 acres. It is listed at www.goodacreproperties.com.