Denver's housing inventory might be shrinking faster than most cities, but there are still some eye-catching options out there.
Why we love it: From the (faux) blue fireplace to the finished basement with a bar, this old-school Tudor has modern touches throughout.
- Neighborhood: Park Hill
- Realtor: Austin Peterson at Apex Real Estate Solutions LLC
- Specs: 4 beds, 2 baths, 2,068 square feet
- Notable features: Across from City of Axum Park, fenced-in yard, basement, new wine fridge, vaulted ceilings, updated kitchen.
Why we love it: With its luxury finishes, 640-square-foot terrace, plaster walls, and Rococo chandeliers this condo balances luxury with relaxed indoor-outdoor living right in the city.
- Neighborhood: Downtown
- Realtor: Kristina Davis at RE/MAX of Cherry Creek
- Specs: 2 beds, 1.5 baths, 1,309 square feet
- Notable features: Intricate ceilings, luxury finishes, 640-square-foot terrace, French doors, views.
Why we love it: This Whittier three-bed features wood floors, tons of natural light, and an entertainers' backyard with a patio and side garden.
- Neighborhood: Whittier
- Realtor: Penny Ritter and Lisa McIntyre at LIVE URBAN REAL ESTATE
- Specs: 3 beds, 3 baths, 1,925 square feet
- Notable features: Walkable location, built-ins, tons of natural light, garden.
Why we love it: Designer light fixtures, pops of color, exposed brick, custom wallpaper, pocket doors, and gorgeous tiled bathrooms are just a few highlights of this architectural gem.
- Neighborhood: Curtis Park
- Realtor: Heidi Cox at Milehimodern
- Specs: 3 beds, 1.5 baths, 1,820 square feet
- Notable features: Custom finishes, designer lighting and wallpaper, poppy colors, amazing architecture.
Why we love it: Industrial modern has never looked so chic. Some stand-out features include the floor-to-ceiling Telluride stone fireplace, black kitchen, 500-bottle refrigerated wine room, and modern art.
- Neighborhood: Downtown/LoDo
- Realtor: Jill Muller at Milehimodern
- Specs: 2 beds, 2 baths, 2,060 square feet
- Notable features: Furnished, art and barware included, professionally designed by Ashley Campbell, built in 1882, city views, made for entertaining.
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