Hot or not? 1904 Denver Cap Hill 3/2, 1,958 finished sq/ft., that's be torn down to the studs and renovated. Listed for $899,900.
Denver Square: one of my favorite Denver architectural styles. This tastefully updated home has a lot to offer someone wanting to live in the heart of Congress Park. It's a 3 bed, 4 bath with 2,963 finished square feet. The house has been on the market since 5/30/19 and the current asking price is $795K.
A Tesla owner friend of mine is selling her home in Roxborough Park. The neighborhood is literally enveloped in a state park, the back yard is perfect for entertainers, it has two NEMA 14-50 plugs for EVs, and city views. Send me a message below if you'd like to see this one in person.
An Edgewater owner is looking for a suitable investor for a very well cared for duplex. The wood floors are in excellent condition, the foundation is solid, and the electrical is brand new. This is a perfect buy and hold or cosmetic flip. Please contact me directly to see this house.
Unit 1: 2/1 at ~1,100 sq/ft cash flowing for $1,850/m
Unit 2: 2/1 at ~925 sq/ft cash flowing for $1,600/m
Building currently zoned R2.
Understanding how to properly market solar on a home is crucial. Understanding what solar jargon means as a buyer is also crucial. Solar arrays are measured in kilowatts (kW). The panel array will produce a certain number of kilowatt-hours (kWh) per month or per year. Make sure you understand how much money that saves you as well because that is ultimately what value the panels have.
I have found that many real estate agents do not understand solar and its value when marketing a listing. Here are the most common mistakes to keep an eye out for: 1) Not taking photos of the solar panels on the roof 2) Not knowing how large the array is in kW, and 3) Not mentioning the solar panels in the listing description. When you put your house on the market please make sure your listing agent does not make these mistakes! Tip: make sure your agent is quantifying the value of the solar panels, i.e. how much money does it save the home owner, not just how much the array originally costs.
HERE are 29 solar powered Denver homes for sale right now!
If you have any questions about solar or would like some help with finding a home with solar, you can reach me at 719-243-8434 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perfect starter home!!! This stunning ranch sits on a corner lot and overlooks an acre park! This cozy home is completely finished with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths on the main floor. The basement is fully finished with two additional bedrooms, a full bath, laundry room and family room. This home comes with designer upgrades throughout, including laundry connections on both levels. The kitchen boasts 42" upper cabinets, beautiful quartz counter-tops and a gorgeous back splash. With all stainless appliances including a french door refrigerator, gas range/oven, microwave and dishwasher, you can not go wrong. With a tankless hot water heater, Carrier high efficiency furnace and free and clear solar panels, you are doing great things for the environment as well as your pocketbook. You will also enjoy your oversized 3 car garage, professional landscaping with sprinkler system and privacy fence!
Total Beds: 4
Upper Sqft: PSF Above Grade: $344.83
Total Baths: 3
Main Sqft: 1,218
PSF Total: $172.41
Full Baths: 3
Lower Sqft: PSF Finished: $172.41
3/4 Baths: 0
Above Grade: 1,218
PSF Finished All: $172.41
Half Baths: 0
Basement Sqft: 1,218
Bsmt Type: Full, Garden Level
1/4 Baths: 0
Total Sqft: 2,436
Subfloor/Foundation Type: Concrete Wall
Finished Sqft: 2,436
Bsmt Finished: Yes
Amazing opportunity to live in the highly sought after Baker neighborhood. This historical, Denver Square has a beautiful front porch, vaulted ceilings, re-finished hardwood floors, exposed brick walls, historically restored windows in the front, and new windows in the remainder of the house. The main floor has an updated kitchen and half bathroom, spacious dining, living, and family room. The upstairs has three nicely sized bedrooms and one full bathroom. Bonus/rec room on the attic floor with new carpet. Most systems have been updated. Hot water heater 2019, new electrical box 2018, Central air 2018, high efficiency furnace 2012, trim, windows, porch, and garage painted in 2018, and a new roof was completed in 2016. Fantastic location, close to hip boutiques, restaurants, bars, and shops on Broadway. Minutes to downtown and easy access to public transit, highways and interstate. Must see inside!
Address: 44 W Byers Place, Denver, CO 80223
Total Beds: 3
Upper Sqft: 991
PSF Above Grade: $341.03
Total Baths: 2
Main Sqft: 871
PSF Total: $293.71
Full Baths: 1
PSF Finished: $341.03
3/4 Baths: 0
Above Grade: 1,862
PSF Finished All: $341.03
Half Baths: 1
Basement Sqft: 300
Bsmt Type: None, Cellar
1/4 Baths: 0
Total Sqft: 2,162
Subfloor/Foundation Type: Concrete Wall
Finished Sqft: 1,862
Bsmt Finished: No
To schedule a showing call 719-243-8434 or email email@example.com.
The mid-century modern style has a hallmark design that many people covet. The architectural style highlights an open interior, raised or floor to ceiling windows, post and beam support, and the use of natural materials. Denver’s mid-century modern homes span the entire city but there are some concentrated areas like Arapahoe Acres, Arapahoe Hills, Lynwood Hills, Bow Mar, Virginia Village, Harvey Park, Krisana Park, Hill Top, Lakeridge, Pennwood, and Wilder Lane.
HERE are 14 awesome Denver mid-century modern homes to check out this weekend.
If you have any questions or want to see a specific house in person you can reach out to me directly.
Here are 59 homes within a 5 mile radius of downtown. They cover many great neighborhoods like Wash Park, City Park, Congress Park, Platt Park, Highlands, Sunnyside, Cole, Whittier, and Five Points.
If you are in the market for a house in central Denver and don’t see what you want, a custom search can be set up for you. Just ask.
View 59 2 story houses in central Denver from $400K-$650K HERE.
Built in the Mid-Century Modern style by renowned architect Walter S. White, this home incorporates passive solar roof lines, hand picked Honduran mahogany, patented energy efficient floor to ceiling windows, breathtaking views of Pikes Peak, Frank Lloyd Wright designed sliding walls, all with close proximity to high-end shopping, five star diamond Broadmoor Hotel, and a short 30-60 minute flight to Aspen and Vail.
For more information or a private showing, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719-243-8434.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with Jill Horch at her newest listing at 3059 S Cornell Circle. The house is a 3 bed, 2 bath, 1,386 sq ft mid century modern style home in the historically preserved Arapahoe Acres. The current asking price is $644,700. View more details here: http://bit.ly/3059SCornell.
Capitol Hill is one of the most coveted areas of central Denver for urban dwellers who desire old world charm. The area is full of an eclectic style of Denver Square, Foursquare, and Victorian style single family homes, as well as a wide variety of condos and townhomes built from the early 1900s to present. Many choose the Capitol Hill area for its walkable tree-lined streets and proximity to central Denver restaurants, bars, and clubs. Though there are no public parks in Capitol Hill, Cheesman Park, City Park, and Washington Park are within a 10 minute drive. The area is also home to three of the most historical Denver music venues: The Fillmore Auditorium, The Ogden Theater, and The Bluebird Theater.
View 38 Denver Capitol Hill properties for sale between $160K-$2m: https://matrix.recolorado.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?k=813434XRc2K&p=DE-155923486-983.
If you have any questions or would like to see these homes in person, you can contact me here: https://www.seanmmitchell.com/contact.
Ever wished you lived in a 1911 Capitol Hill, 7 bed, 8 bath, 8,000 sq/ft, wood-adorned, marble-bathed master bath, rentable carriage house, lead and copper infused window mansion? Well, you're in luck...
Experience the history and old-world charm of this 1911 residence in the 7th Avenue Historic District in Denver, Colorado. Built for Mrs. Lillian E Campbell of the renowned Knight-Campbell Music Company, this gracious mansion sits amid an array of Denver’s early architectural excellence. From the exquisite woodwork, stunning hardwood floors, all marble master bath, leaded & copper windows, the carriage house to the top-of-the- line appliances such as Viking, Royal and Sub-Zero create the ideal old-world and modern lifestyle. Continued meticulous maintenance is demonstrated with the following enhancements completed since 2014: new roofs on the main house and carriage house, Mitsubishi & Fujitsu Ductless Air & Heating systems installed throughout, rooftop pergola added, and an additional 3 parking spaces created. The carriage house is currently rented for $1500 per month. Third floor & basement have the potential to be rental units, as well. Carriage House is an addt'l 760 sq. ft.
Prop Type: Single Family
Total Beds: 7
Total Baths: 8
Subdivision: Capitol Hill
Type: Detached Single Family
Architecture: Traditional Style 3+ Story
Parking: 6 Space(s)
Year Built: 1911
Construction: Brick, Brick
Heating: Hot Water Electric, Gas, Hot Water
Cooling: Air Conditioning-Room, Ceiling Fan, Evaporative Cooler (Swamp)
Roof Composition: Shingles
Fireplaces: 5, Basement, Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Master Bedroom
Above Grade: 6,248 SqFt
Finished: 8,070 SqFt
Total: 8,166 SqFt
Land Size: 0.18 Acres (7,812 SqFt)
Please contact me for more information or to schedule a showing: https://www.seanmmitchell.com/contact
The Cole, Clayton, Whittier, Skyland corridor is one of the next up and coming areas of central Denver. It offers original homes from the early 1900s to 1960s, as well as new construction. This corridor is sandwiched between River North Arts District (RiNo), City Park, City Park Gold Course, Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, and RTD’s A Line. The Cole, Clayton, Whittier, Skyland corridor is only a 10 minute drive to Union Station and 26 minutes to Denver International Airport.
View all 30 properties here: https://matrix.recolorado.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?k=813434XRc2K&p=DE-155409204-897
Colorado is a hot bed for micro breweries and craft beer. And if you want to find the motherload of beer gardens, you need to look no further than downtown Denver. If you’re a beer lover, this roll up of the top 10 best Denver beer gardens based on Google reviews is just for you.
1) Black Shirt Brewing Co
Google Rating: 4.7
Address: 3719 Walnut St, Denver, CO 80205
Black Shirt Brewing Co. was founded in 1999 and opened to the public in 2012. As the old adage goes, “good things take time.” Since our opening, we’ve collected many awards and accolades for the quality of our beer, our ambiance, and our customer service (you can check those out here). Many years ago, we became fascinated with the art and science of fermentation and the social aspect of sharing what we made with our community. None of us had never operated a commercial brewery before but we jumped into our journey with both feet—we read every book we could get our hands on, studied every article, and got to work. It’s been said that you can do anything you put your mind to, and we set out to prove that to ourselves.
2) Denver Beer Co
Google Rating: 4.6
Address: 1695 Platte St, Denver, CO 80202
Denver Beer Co. was born in our garages with a few batches of home brew and a love for the craft of brewing. Serving only premium artisan ales and lagers, we utilize fresh ingredients and embrace both innovative and old world styles of beer. Similar to a farmer’s table, our beer selections change with the seasons. By brewing in small batches, we can ensure that a few old favorites are always on tap, but new goodies greet visitors each month.
Our brewery is founded on passion for high quality, flavorfully crafted beer and the belief that the best pints are those shared with good company. Drawing inspiration from beer gardens of Bavaria, we designed Denver Beer Co. to be a place where new and old friends can share a table and pint out of doors.
3) Declaration Brewing Company
Google Rating: 4.6
Address: 2030 S Cherokee St, Denver, CO 80223
Our taphouse, Preamble Taproom, includes a 5000-sq.ft. beer garden with internal food truck, 40 taps, big TVs, occasional live music, rad yard games and even has urinals made from kegs in the men’s room. It is unquestionably the best place to experience the variety of beer Declaration makes. Here, our friends can enjoy all three series we produce but is the only place to try the ExperiMental Series, which includes many of our barrel aged, sour and bigger beers.
Presently, Declaration distributes throughout Colorado and in parts of Wyoming with 2017 slated for significant development of both states. New states are presently under consideration as well with a number more slated to come online within the next two years. The Signature Series of beers are Declarations most widely distributed, available on draft and in cans almost everywhere it is sold. Our Seasonal and Specialty series can be more difficult to find and is only available in draft at select retailers. Check out our Beer Beacon to find out what is available near you!
Strong affiliations in the Snowsports world are not unique in the craft beer world, but, Declaration is unique in being a member of Snowsports Industries of America (SIA). We have developed a team of athletes we call the Declaration Diplomat Corps – and while the team is still under development with new Diplomats joining our corps regularly, we already have notables like Pat Milbery and Marc Frank Montoya. However, forthcoming Diplomats won’t always be athletes – new CAN-didates include artists, musicians, scientists and bad ass influencers! Make sure to follow us on your favorite social media platform for the latest additions!
4) Dog Haus Biergarten Northfield Stapleton
Google Rating: 4.5
Address: 8316 Northfield Blvd, Denver, CO 80238
Dog Haus has garnered critical acclaim and national attention for its signature all beef Haus Dogs and handcrafted proprietary Haus Sausages, as well as its 100% genetically tested, humanely raised Black Angus beef which carries no hormones or antibiotics. All Dog Haus dogs, sausages and burgers are served on grilled King’s Hawaiian rolls. Restaurants are open for lunch and dinner daily and guests can choose from signature, one-of-kind Haus creations or customize their own from a wide array of unique toppings.
Founded by partners Hagop Giragossian, Quasim Riaz and Andre Vener (three friends who share a passion for creativity, quality and commitment to community), the first Dog Haus opened in Pasadena, California in 2010.
5) Lowry Beer Garden
Google Rating: 4.5
Address: 7577 E Academy Blvd, Denver, CO 80230
The Lowry Beer Garden is nestled in its very own park with more than 4,500 square feet of outdoor garden area, vast open-air seating, and an inviting covered pavilion. The communal Oktoberfest-style picnic tables that collectively can accommodate up to 350 guests, foster an environment of community and conviviality. The Garden offers a thoughtful draft and bottled beer selection with a focus on Colorado and handcrafted brews. The Lowry Beer Garden also serves up your favorite casual fare with locally-made gourmet brats & sausages, freshly-baked pretzels, house-ground burgers, hand-cut fries and chef-created salads.
6) Tap Fourteen - Rooftop Beer Garden
Google Rating: 4.4
Address: 1920 Blake St, Denver, CO 80202
The Ballpark location of Tap 14 is located on the rooftop of Hayter's & Co, 1/2 block from Coors Field at 1920 Blake Street. At Tap 14 we celebrate the amazing beer and whiskey scene here in Colorado. We have 70 craft beers on tap at our rooftop beer garden, all brewed right here in the great state of Colorado! In addition to our fantastic selection of Colorado craft beers, we also have the largest selection of Colorado whiskey anywhere in Denver.
Our menu features Colorado Raised Beef, Chicken, and Pork. In addition to having a great selection of Colorado brewed beers and distilled spirits, we also have nine Signature Cocktails to choose from.
Our rooftop bar and patio has an amazing view of the Denver skyline and is south facing to ensure many sun drenched days in the Colorado Sunshine. There is nothing like drinking Colorado craft beer and spirits on our rooftop bar with tremendous Denver skyline views.
7) Recess Beer Garden
Google Rating: 4.4
Address: 2715 17th St #103, Denver, CO 80211
Recess has been a long time dream of ours and in the making for more than 15 years. We've finally found the right location in the fastest growing neighborhood in one of the best cities in the world, our own, Denver. Come by and see how our hard work has paid off.
8) Crazy Mountain Brewery Taproom & Beer Garden
Google Rating: 4.4
Address: 471 Kalamath St, Denver, CO 80204
Here at Crazy Mountain, we believe that when your passion is your job, life is good. So why do anything else?
Our brewery’s founder, Kevin Selvy, followed his heart (and passion for craft brewing) and headed to the Rocky Mountains. In 2010, he established the Vail Valley’s first production brewery, with headquarters and a kickin’ Taproom in Edwards. In 2015, Crazy Mountain expanded its reach to Denver, which became our production headquarters and Taproom. With a prime location in downtown’s Baker Neighborhood, we offer a beautifully-remodeled tap room with 24 beers on draft and sports on TV, a clandestine speakeasy available for private buyouts, and (of course) a view of the ever-present snow-capped mountains in the near distance.
The adventurous mountain lifestyle carries over into everything we do — because our beer pairs best with adrenaline. Crazy Mountain brews craft beer with only the finest of ingredients, yielding the best tasting, crowd-pleasing ales and lagers.
Each of our six-pack carriers features a character who’s a particular breed of Crazy with a story to tell. So don’t forget to bring a case of Crazy on your next adventure to inspire your next story. Available in cans, bottles, and on draft in 22 states across the U.S. — and in 9 other countries around the world — it’s easy to enjoy Crazy Mountain wherever you are. And wherever you go.
Let’s get Crazy.
9) Skyline Beer Garden
Google Rating: 4.3
Address: 1601 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80202
10) RiNo Beer Garden
Google Rating: 4.3
Address: 3800 Walnut St, Denver, CO 80205
RiNo Beer Garden is a German-inspired beer garden that includes a 4,000 square foot patio with pergolas and fire pits, 18 65″ TVs, 60+ taps that feature Colorado brews and German imports and a restaurant with burgers, bratwursts, schnitzel, and German nachos.
The Highlands area (Highland and West Highland) is one of the most coveted areas of central Denver. Its close proximity to Lower Highlands (LoHi) restaurants and bars like Avanti, Linger, Recess Beer Garden, and Root Down make it a fantastic area for socializing. Highlands is also extremely convenient for those who work in downtown Denver, as it is typically a 10 minute commute by car at most or a 25-35 minute walk.
View 11 Highlands homes for sale from $350K-$1.2m: https://matrix.recolorado.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?k=813434ZG04&p=DE-152893523-788
Rebecca A. Hunt, Ph.D, Senior Instructor at University of Colorado Denver and resident of Highlands, shares a bit of history of how Highlands was established:
In December of 1858, William Larimer and D.C. Collier waded the partly frozen Platte to examine the land on the west bank. They staked out Highland across from the infant communities of Denver City and Auraria. At first not many people showed an interest in Highland. In fact, land values were so low that lots owners could not give land away. In 1859, A.C. Wright tried to trade 136 lots in Highland to Jose Merival for a horse, saddle, and bridle. Merival declined because the horse was worth more than the land. Through 1859 Highland existed only on paper although hopeful developers gave the streets names like Byers, Wootton, Wing, Wallingford, and Murphy after their peers. None of those names made it onto the official North Denver maps.
On December 3, 1859, the Jefferson legislature consolidated Auraria, Denver, and Highland into the City of Denver, Auraria, and Highland. Later that month they dropped “Auraria and Highland” from the name. The area called Highland in the early plats eventually became North Denver.
The May 1864 flood wiped out parts of Denver so people began to move up the hill. The Fifteenth Street Bridge and then streetcars made North Denver accessible. In 1875 Owen Le Fevre, and other developers petitioned the Arapahoe County Commissioners to establish a village government. After annexing Potter Highlands and then Highland Park they formed the Town of Highlands which became a city in 1885. The 1889 town ordinances restricted livestock in the streets, children’s games, rude language, and the number of saloons.
Le Fevre’s artesian well provided clean drinking water and the breezes from the west provided clean air by blowing away any smog. People supported bond issues for schools, a library, and other civic improvements because those services were what a town needed. Eventually, though the town fathers found it hard to maintain city services so in 1896, the residents voted to be annexed to Denver.
1) Builder’s Contract
A builder contract to build a new house is designed to protect the builder. This is different from most contracts to buy an existing home as it is designed to protect the buyer.
While a builder is not typically willing to negotiate on a house that has not been built yet, they can be willing to on a spec or inventory home, especially if it has been sitting for a while.
If you find a spec home you like, find out how long it has been sitting. The longer it has been sitting, the more likely the builder is to negotiate with you.
3) Add-ons and make goods
Since the builder contract does not leave room for much negotiation, keep in mind that building a new house can come with delays. Though not guaranteed, this may be an opportunity to leverage delays to negotiate in “make-goods”.
4) Get everything in writing
If there’s one thing real estate agents learn in this business it is to get everything in writing. This avoid confusion and prevents a he said, she said situation, especially when it comes to things the builder agrees to do for you that are outside of the original contract.
5) Hire a real estate agent
The biggest reason to hire an agent is that it doesn’t cost you anything to get an expert in the industry to have an extra set of eyes on the situation.
Not only is it helpful to have an extra set of eyes beyond your own, a real estate agent is going to help you do the heavy lifting on the negotiating side. This comes in handy when you need to negotiate those make-goods.
Exposed wood and brick, lofted ceilings, industry themes all encompass how Denver’s old world condos remind everyone of the early 1900 style, now converted into urban dwellings. There’s a condo for everyone on this list with pricing from $160K-$2.7m.
To view all 68 old world Denver condos from $160K-$2.7m, go here: https://matrix.recolorado.com/Matrix/Public/Portal.aspx?k=813434ZG04&p=DE-151718143-200