If your desire for a home is an easy commute to downtown Denver, or if you would like easy access to and from Interstate 25, you will love this townhome located in Denver’s diverse Jefferson Park neighborhood.
Tammy Phillips and Mary Sullivan-Ridge of Perry & Co. have co-listed a wonderful townhome at 2807 West 23rd Street. You will find a contemporary reflection of the older houses in the neighborhood with this 1,419 square foot home. The living room is divided from the formal dining area by a double sided fireplace, and features big windows that overlook Jefferson Park. The kitchen has granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The master bathroom has his-her vanities, walk-in closet, designer tub and a separate glass shower. The second bedroom has its own three-quarter bath.
The basement is ready to be finished and will add another 668 square feet of usable space. The one car detached garage is out the back door from the kitchen – similar to what you would find if you lived in an old Queen Anne style home. There is a cozy patio in the back and great balcony in the front.
Enjoy views of Downtown Denver, Invesco Field, and even Pikes Peak from this terrific location. Sports fans will relish their four block walk to Invesco Field at Mile High for football, rugby games, and more.
Grocery shopping is blocks away at Safeway. This upcoming neighborhood even offers Pilates classes. There are numerous restaurants to be enjoyed including the historic LaLoma Restaurant which was built in 1887.
There is a strong neighborhood organization – lots of plans and activities – visit jpun.org for further information.
If you would like more information on this home, or real estate in Denver, give Tammy or Mary a call.
Written by Perry & Co Real Estate Agent Mary Sullivan-Ridge
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