If the 1950s House-Age structure that you just’re seeing in areas like Highland and Stapleton isn’t your factor, veteran Re/Max agent Denice Reich has the proper open home for you Sunday, Feb. 24, alongside Denver’s Sixth Avenue Parkway at Kearney Avenue, simply north of Crestmoor.
“I despise trendy,” Reich stated, pointing up the heat of a classic Tudor you’ll tour at 6037 E. Sixth.
Reich and Stephanie Goldammer can have cookies out within the kitchen of a comfortable, funky, five-bedroom/three-bath residence with a classic Tudor elevation, going through onto one among Denver’s landmark avenues with its centerpiece tree garden.
Inbuilt 1941, a yr that may dwell in infamy, it has a wandering floorplan with nooks and crannies that was expanded 20 years in the past with a master-suite addition beneath coved ceilings, together with a luxurious tub and walk-in closet with premium washer and dryer, bringing the house’s completed dimension to over 4,300 sq. ft.
The present proprietor has achieved a tasteful makeover of the baths and chef’s kitchen (stainless commercial-grade home equipment) whereas sustaining a personality underscored by unique oak flooring and plenty of hardwood built-ins, together with in a lush examine that serves as a lobby to the grasp.
The worth is $1.295 million.
“Discover that it doesn’t have that stacked, storage container look,” provides Reich, who identified quite a few options that modern-lined properties not often present, together with a larger-than-quarter-acre website that simply accommodates a big walled yard with patio and pergola and a heated three-car side-load storage.
“You go to a brand new residence space and also you get a postage stamp,” says Goldammer.
As you wander up, down and across the plan, you’ll see two bedrooms and a shower within the basement degree that Goldammer notes would work for teenage youngsters; a lounge-media space; train room; and an elaborate 750-bottle wine cellar with storage and bar.
Reich provides that you just’re going to really feel a way of heat that you just received’t get from metal and an excessive amount of glass.
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