A house built in 1923 and designed by the same architect as the Wash Park Boathouse hit the market.
Residential Real Estate
The Nuggets’ top scorer flipped a townhome – which he bought less than a year ago from retired Broncos star Demarcus Ware – for a tidy $125,000 profit.
Built in 1966, the 5,610-square-foot home has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms – all on one story.
The seven-bedroom, 12-bathroom property on East Belleview Avenue includes a guest house, attached and detached garages, and a pool and cabana.
The home features Telluride stone, wood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room overlooking the mountains.
Two million-dollar condos – both owned by local CEOs – landed on the market in the last week.
The Country Club home built by one of Denver’s early visionaries sold last month.
The host of reality TV show “Raise the Roof” has replied to a lawsuit by homebuyers saying they purchased his West Wash Park fix-and-flip only to find that the renovation was too good to be true.
The last residents have checked out of an old Broadway motel, as homebuyers start inking deals for a permanent stay in Platt Park.
The 13,700-square-foot home, less than five miles northwest of downtown Aspen, was sold Feb. 1.