Denver’s luxury real estate market is experiencing much more activity today compared to the years leading up to the pandemic, according to Nick DiPasquale, a Denver Realtor and DMAR Market Trends Committee member. And although Denver’s luxury real estate market slightly favors sellers, high-end buyers can find relative deals if they move fast enough. In April, the average luxury home sold for $1.61 million, down from $1.64 million, and while inventory dropped 4.38 percent, 99.23 percent of homes sold for less than the list price. Here, four luxury and mid-range listings that are heating up the Denver market this month.

New Construction

2565 S. Jackson St., Denver ($3.5 million)

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Nestled in the Observatory Park neighborhood, this five-bed, six-bath modern farmhouse is full of modern luxuries including indoor and outdoor gas fireplaces, Thermador kitchen appliances, a glass wine cellar, and a built-in speaker system. Plenty of shops and eateries are within walking distance, as well as outdoor hot spots including Harvard Gulch Trail and Wellshire Golf Course.

Historical Home

4050 Montview Blvd., Denver ($3.2 million)

One of Colorado’s most celebrated architects, James Benedict, designed this Beaux Arts home in Denver’s beloved South Park Hill neighborhood in 1921. Historical details—including iron balusters and original Van Briggle tiles—mingle with contemporary amenities, such as gas fireplaces, high-end kitchen appliances, a wine refrigerator, and heated floors in the primary bathroom. Only two blocks east is City Park, the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Nature and Science, and the City Park Golf Course.

Mountain Home

2101 Bison Dr., Boulder  ($3.2 million)

Approximately 30 minutes west of Boulder, this 35-acre property in the foothills is a nature lover’s dream. Directly behind Boulder’s iconic flatirons, the five-bed, four-bath updated log cabin provides direct access to Green Mountain, Chautauqua, and the world-class hiking trails near Flagstaff Road. Inside, modern finishes mix with rustic accents.

Luxury Small Home

3938 Osage St., Denver, CO ($1.2 million)

This 1891 Sunnyside bungalow recently received a full remodel that maximized functionality and updated finishes, including grain-matched walnut cabinets and brass hardware in the kitchen and a tranquil, monochromatic color scheme throughout. The primary suite has a 15-foot vaulted ceiling and a massive, west-facing rooftop deck with mountain views. The property is a block away from La Raza Park, where the annual La Raza Park Day celebrates Chicano culture with a Lowrider car show, Lucha libre wrestlers, and Aztec dancers.