Situated in the heart of coveted Platt Park, this 1953 brick ranch is within walking distance of all that South Pearl Street has to offer!
Pizza, boutiques, coffee, and sushi are only moments away. Inside the home you will find 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, hardwood floors, a spacious custom designed kitchen, charming backyard with a vine filled pergola, and entertaining basement complete with a custom concrete bar! Enjoy living and playing in one of Denver’s best neighborhoods!
Listed by April + Rob for West + Main Homes. Please contact April + Rob for current pricing + availability.
Large townhouse with tons of potential in Cherry Creek School District.
This two-story home needs some updating but with some sweat equity, it will shine in no time and be a great investment. A perfect option for an investor or a handy homeowner. Home features two large bedrooms and could easily be converted to a true three bedroom by adding a wall that was previously removed. An open floor plan, a small private yard, and covered parking are all included and are all so hard to find at this price point. The partially finished basement could easily be finished to provide even more livable square footage and increase the home’s value. The community pool, proximity to Utah Park and walking distance to Cherry Creek schools highlight this home’s great
This desirable brick ranch has been well cared for and is ready for you to call it home!
It sits on a large corner lot in a quiet neighborhood, an easy walking distance to multiple local schools and a community park, a short drive to I-25, and just minutes from the North Metro Rail Line, scheduled to be completed in 2020. The property offers 2 beds and 2 baths, a spacious and fully fenced backyard, and a third, non-conforming bedroom in the basement. You’ll find ample storage space inside and out, both on the lower level and in the backyard storage shed, which is included in the sale. The driveway cement and exterior fencing have been replaced fairly recently, and a new roof was installed in 2011.
Kick Out Clause, has a nice ring to it, doesn't it?
Not really, although while its general verbiage seems threatening, this particular real estate clause can allow a seller a bit of flexibility when accepting a contingent offer. What about the buyer? Is it good for them? That all depends on the terms, current market, home demand, pricing and overall timing and good luck.
As we have discussed in previous topics most people need to sell their current residence in order to qualify to purchase a new home. If a buyer puts an offer in on a home they wish to purchase but their home is not yet sold, this is called a contingent offer. When the box is checked indicating a contingent offer it lets the seller know that there is additional risk and time
Join us for another fun filled First Friday Art Opening at West + Main. Mr. Melty is unveiled a surreal universe that you don't want to miss.
As always, we'll have delicious treats + beverages to share. See you there!
Artist: Mr. Melty
Date: March 1st
Mr. Melty (née Kevin Vigil) reigns from the colorful and historical "Land of Enchantment", otherwise known as New Mexico. His works often consist of mountainous and desert landscapes layered with his unique kaleidoscopic-like vision. Surrealist portraits and the
human form also come to light regularly throughout his collection of works. A firm believer that all energy is transferable, Mr.Melty is inspired by the beauty and powerful grace of our natural surroundings…
While opponents of homeownership claim it's "the American nightmare," self-made millionaire David Bach is doubling down on his faith in real estate.
He thinks that not prioritizing homeownership is "the single biggest mistake millennials are making."
Buying a home is "an escalator to wealth," he tells CNBC.
Young adults in particular aren't hopping on this escalator, and it's a costly mistake, Bach warns: "If millennials don't buy a home, their chances of actually having any wealth in this country are little to none. The average homeowner to this day is 38 times wealthier than a renter."
The self-made millionaire is quick to say that the smartest investments he's ever made have been the three homes he's purchased. He tells CNBC: "I
If you want to hike the hugely popular Hanging Lake Trail in Glenwood Canyon this summer, you might want to put this date on your calendar right now: April 1.
That’s when a new reservation system will go into effect as the U.S. Forest Service, in partnership with the city of Glenwood Springs, seeks to manage impact on the fragile Hanging Lake ecosystem. The peak season cost will be $12 and will include shuttle service from Glenwood Springs. The Hanging Lake parking lot will be closed to personal vehicles during peak season (May 1-Oct. 31). Cyclists who ride to the Hanging Lake trailhead still must register.
Shuttles will run from the Hanging Lake Welcome Center, which will open May 1 in Glenwood Springs with free parking. In off-peak season
Laundry rooms and Energy Star–compliant windows topped the list of what buyers considered the most “essential” or “desirable” features in a home, according to the National Association of Home Builders’ 2019 “What Home Buyers Really Want” report, released at the NAHB International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas this week.
Most of the features that new homeowners or aspiring buyers ranked highest related to helping them save in utility costs, add extra storage, and spruce up the outside, said Rose Quint, the NAHB’s assistant vice president of survey research.
The NAHB surveyed nearly 4,000 consumers who either purchased a home within the last three years or plan to buy a home in the next three years to identify their top
Mid-Century Modern Dream Home, updated with every high-end modern update.
This home is absolutely gorgeous... inside and out. Perfect floor plan from the hardwood floors to the vaulted ceilings. Sleek new kitchen. Bright and inviting new windows. Sexy mid-century fireplace. Beautiful built-in shelves and cabinets. Steam shower. Radiant bath floor. New glass doors open to perfect dreamy outdoor living with covered patio and gas fire pit. The yard is professionally landscaped. Absolutely a dream home.
Listed by Cyndi Adams for West + Main Homes. Please contact Cyndi for current pricing + availability.
Staying Snuggly Warm at Home - Without Touching the Thermostat!
Like many of us, you may be counting down the days until spring. With winter weather comes increased heating bills and depleted bank accounts. Read on for the scoop on keeping your home warm, without touching your thermostat.
Check seals. If your home feels drafty, one of the first things you should do is check the seals around your windows and doors and reseal if needed. If everything is sealed properly and you still feel like you're getting a draft, cover windows with plastic, and even doors you don't use often, like a patio or side door.
Open the curtains. During sunny afternoons, draw the curtains to let sunshine flow inside and warm your space naturally. In the evenings, close them