Oct 8, 2021 - Real Estate
Hot Homes: 5 houses to kick off your October
1863 Wazee St., #2C. Photo courtesy of Usaj Realty

The housing market in metro Denver continues to cool as home sales slow and active listings rise to new records.

Yes, but: Median home prices remain relatively stable — and steep — at $575,000.

3420 W. 32nd Ave. #202 — $499,900

Why we love it: This 2010 condo has a fresh coat of paint and brand new carpet, and sits in one of the city's most walkable locations.

Realtor: Shara Eastern, Boulder Homes and Beyond

Neighborhood: West Highland

Specs: 1 bed, 2 baths, 901 square feet

Notable features: Open floor plan, European cabinetry, big balcony, generous walk-in closet in master bedroom.

3420 W. 32nd Ave. #202. Photo courtesy of REcolorado
3420 W. 32nd Ave. #202. Photo courtesy of REcolorado
3420 W. 32nd Ave. #202. Photo courtesy of REcolorado
1863 Wazee St., 2C — $1,000,000

Why we love it: This condo in the Rocky Mountain Warehouse Lofts building offers elegant accommodations and an urban playground right out the door.

Realtor: Jenny Usaj, USAJ REALTY

Neighborhood: LoDo

Specs: 1 bed, 2 baths, 2,048 square feet

Notable features: End-unit, brick accent walls, oversize windows, soaring ceilings. Massive bar with built-in wine fridge.

1863 WAZEE STREET denver
1863 Wazee St. Photo courtesy of Usaj Realty
1863 WAZEE STREET denver
1863 Wazee St. Photo courtesy of Usaj Realty
1863 WAZEE STREET denver
1863 Wazee St. Photo courtesy of Usaj Realty
2037 Dahlia St. — $1,550,000

Why we love it: This 1929 Tudor just off Montview sits in one of the prettiest parts of Park Hill.

Realtor: Megan Mayfield, Compass

Neighborhood: Park Hill

Specs: 5 beds, 4 baths, 4,341 square feet

Notable features: Original fireplaces, arched doorways, gas cooktop. Backyard oasis with patio, pergola and water feature.

2037 Dahlia St
2037 Dahlia St. Photo: Joseph Thompson, Visutour
2037 Dahlia St. Photo: Joseph Thompson, Visutour
2037 Dahlia St. Photo: Joseph Thompson, Visutour
542 S. Williams St. — $3,475,000

Why we love it: Just two blocks off Wash Park, this house — named 2014 Builder's Association Home of the Year — has a mix of upgrades and amenities, including Control-4 Smart Home System with security and an elevator.

Realtor: Christian Mulhern, milehimodern

Neighborhood: East Wash Park

Specs: 4 beds, 6 baths, 5,235 square feet

Notable features: Custom, reclaimed wood throughout, three interior fireplaces, spa-like jetted tub and steam shower in primary suite, basement entertainment room with wet bad, office and hidden fitness room.

542 S Williams Street Denver
542 S Williams Street. Photo: Nate Polta // milehimodern
542 S Williams Street Denver
542 S Williams Street. Photo: Nate Polta // milehimodern
542 S Williams Street denver
542 S Williams Street. Photo: Nate Polta // milehimodern
5875 S. Long Ln. — $4,550,000

Why we love it: Privacy is easily achieved on this 1.25-acre enclave.

Realtor: Lyn and Cory Drake, RE/MAX Masters Millenium

Neighborhood: Greenwood Village

Specs: 3 beds, 4.5 baths, 5,914 square feet

Notable features: Sauna, climbing wall. Heated driveway with snow-melt system. Sony projector in theater room.

5875 S. Long Ln. Photo: Visutour. Courtesy of Cory Drake
5875 S. Long Ln. Photo: Visutour. Courtesy of Cory Drake
5875 S. Long Ln.
5875 S. Long Ln. Photo: Visutour. Courtesy of Cory Drake
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