Wonderland Edge home across from Central Park in Stapleton's Westerly Creek neighborhood.
Excellent location within walking distance to the Denver Rec. Center, Stapleton Town Center and the new light rail station! This open concept town home is light and airy with top-notch finishes throughout including Bosch appliances, quartz countertops and hardwood flooring. Built-in speakers on the main level, master bath and patio. Built-in surround sound in the basement.
Listed by Nate Abbott for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Nate for current pricing and availability.
8694 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Denver CO 80238,
Investors or first time buyers will enjoy this great, quiet unit easy care beautiful flooring throughout.
Cozy gas fireplace, all new stainless Frigidaire kitchen appliances, stackable washer/dryer works great, pantry space. Roomy balcony and lockable storage closet. Master with walk-in closet, en suite bathroom with soaking tub and vaulted ceiling. Second bedroom for great roommate situation or office/flex space. Great pool! One car detached garage a few steps away Energy saving programmable thermostat. Lovely property tucked away not far from downtown, Cherry Creek, or DTC. Cherry Creek Schools!
Listed by Babs Symonds for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Babs for current pricing and availability.
Listed by Kathi Spencer for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Kathi for current pricing and availability.
Charming Spanish tudor in the heart of Park Hill!
This home is loaded with character and flooded with light. The rooms are spacious and there is a lot of potential to make a few more great improvements the way you dream them up. You'll find hardwood floors throughout, new windows, clay tile roof, spacious rooms and a nice size yard. Enjoy a quick commute to downtown, local shops (right around the corner on Kearney St), located in a highly sought after school district (Park Hill Elementary and East High School boundaries),and so close to City Park, Zoo and the Museum of Nature & Science . Bedroom basement is non conforming and 3/4 bath
The more things change, the more they stay the same, right? This is true in home trends, too - even as the big conversations revolve around what Millennials and Boomers are looking for in housing, we always see some traditional standards mixed in with new materials and innovations. Design changes, as does architecture. Trends don’t emerge as rapidly here as they do in say, food or fashion, but the economy, the environment, and demographics all spur shifts in the choices of materials, designs, layouts, and construction methods for single- and multifamily dwellings.
2016 is no exception. According to Realtor Magazine, there are 12 trending factors that will affect home construction and decor this year.…
What is going to be Denver's next hot hood? Green Valley Ranch is the answer. I know that is hard to believe for anyone who is familiar with Green Valley Ranch's history, but it is a neighborhood that is already taking off and soon will be booming. I never thought I would write something like this about Green Valley Ranch, I remember showing homes there in 2009 when homes were selling for $100,000 less than they were six months ago. But with some major additions coming to the area, two light rail stops going direct to the airport and Downtown, this is an area that is going to see some major growth in the next 10 to 20 years and now is a great time to get in before prices take off.
I started to see Green Valley Ranch heat up late last year when I had
How are students assigned to Denver Public Schools? It is a question I hear a lot this time of year as the deadline to choice into Denver Public Schools quickly approaches. For those that do not know, you have the option to choice into any Denver Public School regardless of where you live. The question is, what are the odds you will actually get into the school of your choice if you don't live in that district and how are students assigned to these schools if they live out of the boundaries?
Ten years ago there were a handful of schools that everyone wanted to be in and owning a home in those school districts was a big deal. Luckily there are a lot more highly performing schools in the district now, but also a lot more grade school competing for
The Denver Digs Trees Program is back - and it's time to apply!
Information from the The Park People:
Over the past 30 years, our Denver Digs Trees program has provided more than 48,000 affordable and free trees to Denver residents, helping to enhance quality of life in our city. Trees beautify our neighborhoods, enhance property values, lower utility costs, improve air and water quality, and much more!