April 2015

There are 27 blog entries for April 2015.

Beautifully updated Victorian half-duplex in Jefferson Park. Stainless appliances, granite counters, gleaming hardwood floors, gas fireplace. 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths plus office/study/nursery/non-conforming third bedroom on the second level. On the main level you have a large living room, open kitchen, large dining room and a powder room.

Private yard with Colorado sandstone patio. Large two-car garage. Prime Jefferson Park location, just blocks from 2914 Coffee, Sartos, and Sassafras.

Minutes from LOHI, LODO, Downtown, 32nd & Lowell, Mile High, Pepsi Center. Great loft alternative.

1890 Victorian brought up to the 21st Century. What's not to love?

Listed by Susie Best for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Susie for current pricing and

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How can I actually get a house in this crazy Denver market?

 

It's the question I get the most often these days with so many homes getting double digit offers and going for way over asking price. My answer? Buy a more expensive home. I know that sounds like a lame answer from a greedy Realtor but it's the truth, let me explain. 

    If we look at average days of market by price range in the Denver metro area courtesy of Megan Aller with Land Title, some unique patterns are revealed. First, the average days on market for all Denver homes is around 24 days. For homes in the 0-199K price range, the average days on market is 20 days. For homes in the $200-399K range, it's 16 days, homes $400-600K it's 48 days, homes $600-800 it goes up to 61…
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Rare find in the Highlands! Brick bungalow on a corner lot with huge curb appeal - this is a gem. From the landscaping to the sky lights and bay window, this unique home is ready for your personal touch.

Enjoy entertaining in the beautiful backyard garden with covered patio. The landscaping is gorgeous in full bloom. You are in the middle of it all - Walk to everything in the Highlands and Tennyson in this perfect location!

Listed by Stephanie Menuey and Traci Tooman for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Traci for current pricing and availability.

3439 Osceola Street Denver CO 80212.

$469,000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Charming updated home in HOT neighborhood. Newer kitchen with stainless appliances, granite counter tops. Newer flooring, Newer windows. Updated bathroom. Newer plumbing/electrical.

Sewer line 6 years old. Move-in condition, FANTASTIC starter house. Easy access to I-76, I-70, I-25, Regis University, LoDo, new and proposed light rail stops, the highlands neighborhood etc. 

Oversized double lot, Gardeners DREAM! Backyard waiting for your vision. Detached one car garage plus 3 additional off-street parking spaces/front driveway.

Listed by Rachel Gallegos for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Rachel for current pricing and availability.

4733 Clay Street, Denver CO 80211.

2 Bedrooms. 1 Bathroom. 810 Square Feet.

$315,000.

Styled by

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Great Victorian in the heart of Baker. Flowing floor plan with dining room and main floor office flex room. 3 bedrooms up, master with a walk-in closet.

Very comfortable back yard, perennial garden with cute picket fence and bark yard with brick pavers and pergola. Garage was a private office with its own heat and AC, great work/live space.

159 West Ellsworth Avenue, Denver CO 80223.

3 Bedrooms. 2 Bathrooms. 2186 Square Feet.

$510,000.

Listed by Rebekah Robinson for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact Rebekah for current pricing and availability.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We love Capitol Hill. And it's no surprise to us that the secret's out...amongst the bajillions of people flocking to the Denver Metro area looking to take advantage of Colorado's up-and-coming hot-spot status, Cap Hill is sort of the center of it all to the hip and happening crowd.

No, you're not going to find cookie-cutter architecture in this 'hood...in fact, Capitol Hill is full of vintage architecture, some of Denver's oldest and most coveted buildings and houses, properties that have been sliced-and-diced into unique condos and floor-plans...and some of the coolest vibes, amenities, restaurants, bars and boutiques that you will find anywhere in the Mile High.

Live agent Jeanne Connolly recently featured Capitol Hill in this blog post, and it's

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Lohi, historic, brick, private front door, private, fenced yard, 2 bedrooms, open floorplan, open kitchen, washer dryer in unit, low hoa, low maintenance, cool, hip, modern, charming, additional storage*****check, check, check.....AND under 300k! Perfect first home, urban crashpad, downsize, investment, etc!

Listed by June Schlesinger for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact June for current pricing and availability.

2324 West 31st Avenue, Denver CO 80211.

2 Bedrooms. 1 Bathroom. 581 Square Feet.

$280,000.

Styled for It's Showtime Staging by Annette Knutson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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INCREDIBLE TOP FLOOR RINO/BALLPARK LOFT FEATURES LG OPEN ISLAND KITCHEN, SOARING CEILINGS, SPA LIKE BATH, WALK-IN CLOSET W CUSTOM BUILT-IN ORGANIZER AND XLG COVERED BALCONY! SECURE BUILDING W CHEERFUL LOBBY, COVERED, GATED PARKING & EXTRA STORAGE UNIT INCLUDED*EASY DOWNTOWN LIVING WITH CITY VIEW, BRAND NEW WOOD FLOORS & EZ LIGHTRAIL & HWY ACCESS *2ND BEDROOM IS NON-CONFORMING-GREAT FOR OFFICE, DEN OR GUEST* MOUNTED FLAT SCREEN TV & ELECTRIC FIREPLACE ARE INCLUDED, ALL FURNITURE NEGOTIABLE*

Listed by June Schlesinger for Live Urban Real Estate. Please contact June for property details, pricing, and current availability.

Styled by Annette Knutson for It's Showtime Staging

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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          Unfortunately, we in the Real Estate industry see a lot of un-green practices when builders or homeowners are remodeling existing homes or constructing new ones.   So, we love this list from Houzz, which also has some great statistics along with earth-friendly strategies, which, in many cases, also make the process more affordable!   1. Start with an existing house. Obviously you can go out of your way to break this rule, but when you remodel, you are reusing an existing structure. Both building and remodeling are wasteful processes. But by remodeling, you are creating less waste, using less energy and putting your money into more labor than materials, which helps support your local economy. A side benefit of…
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