Last month, the average sales price for a Denver home reached a new record high of $606,330. But what can a home buyer expect to find in the city for that price? From charming traditional to sleek contemporary, here’s a glimpse at three options available (but not for long!) in this hot market.
2315 N. Marion St., $599,900
This two-story, historic brick home (part of a duplex) in the Whittier neighborhood was built in 1900 and recently renovated with fresh colors and an open layout, offering 1,598 square feet of interior space, two bedrooms, and one and one-half bathrooms. The home has a new roof, central air conditioning, new hardwood floors, updated finishes and fixtures, a formal dining room, and an all-new kitchen with granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. The private, entertainment-ready backyard features a deck with a pergola and a grassy play area. There’s even room to build a two-car garage.
4219 Zuni St., $599,000
This bright, four-bedroom, three-bath, 1,568-square-foot Sunnyside duplex home was built in 1979 and renovated three years ago with eco-friendly features, including solar panels, on-demand hot water, smart-home lighting, and coiled radiant heat. The exterior is stucco, and the entry features a cozy, covered porch. Inside, the floors are dark hickory, the living room has a wood-burning fireplace, the dining area has a built-in, granite-topped buffet, and the updated white kitchen features stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, and a glass tile backsplash. The master suite with walk-in closet is on the garden level, and there’s a balcony off one of the upstairs bedrooms. Refreshed bathrooms boast upscale features including a clawfoot tub, heated tile floors, and a walk-in shower. The backyard has a spacious deck and mature shade trees, plus a new, two-car garage with access to an alley.
4469 Tennyson St., Unit 12, $611,700
This cool contemporary unit in the brand-new Condor Townhomes development located in northwest Denver’s Berkeley neighborhood has two bedrooms and three bathrooms, with 1,492 square feet of living space on three levels, plus private, double roof decks offering both eastern and mountain views. The townhome has engineered-hardwood floors, a striking, open-tread stairway with iron railings, and a mod kitchen with quartz countertops and stainless-steel Whirlpool appliances. There’s a single parking space, too.