Greenbriar. This midcentury modern home sits close to area parks and trailheads. The four-bedroom, recently renovated 1959 ranch features an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, oversize windows, and oak floors throughout.

The property includes large trees, raised beds for vegetables, landscaped flower gardens, and a two-car garage with a studio. $1,995,000. Jon Hatch, RE/MAX of Boulder, (303) 513-2834.

Whittier. Built in 2004, this four-bedroom home stands on a tree-lined street near Sunshine Canyon and the university. Interior details include walnut floors, crown molding, plantation shutters, and a master bath with a spa soaking tub.

The two-car garage has a lower-level studio with living room, bathroom, and two offices. $2,775,000. Karen Bernardi, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, (303) 402-6000.

Flagstaff. Located in the desirable West Rosehill subdivision, this six-bedroom home looks out on the Flatiron Mountains and foothills. The 1958 brick house has oversize windows, a hexagonal living room, three fireplaces, and a two-story-high dining area.

The landscaped property includes a large deck and a water feature, and is three blocks from Chautauqua Park, University Hill, and hiking trails. $2,950,000. Liza Hogan, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, (970) 315-2704.

North Boulder. The Aspen Leaf House overlooks Boulder Valley from a mountainside perch ringed with conifers. Created by a renowned local builder, the five-bedroom, 5,023-square-foot home has a great room with a copper-and-stone fireplace, a master bedroom with a balcony, a glass-ceilinged spa bathroom, and custom woodwork throughout.

Outside are patios, decks, and a water feature. $2,995,000. Joel D. Ripmaster, Colorado Landmark Realtors, (303) 443-3377.

West Pearl. This one-bedroom condo loft is located in the heart of the city. Details include a great room with 30-foot ceilings and abundant light, reclaimed-wood floors from the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and French doors that open onto a patio with a gas grill.

The kitchen features unique tile work and a chef's stove.$1,525,000. Peter and Kayla Garthwaite, Goodacre & Co., (303) 931-2777.

Indian Hills. Set on more than 2 acres, this midcentury modern home offers views of the Flatiron Mountains. The 1967 four-bedroom house has a living room with exposed brick and beams, two gas fireplaces, and a newly renovated kitchen.

The property features a rock-lined small stream, a workshop, and a two-stall barn with a tack room. $1,449,400. Kimberly Thompson, Colorado Landmark Realtors/Luxury Portfolio, (303) 641-2049.