No area of Denver has seen a more thorough makeover than a half-mile stretch south and east of Sloan’s Lake, where block-after-block of dated bungalows have given way to “new-urban” rowhome projects — large, low-maintenance, and close to the lake and to the Sloans Redevelopment area.
Rowhome near Sloan’s Lake
Where: 3413 W. 16th Ave, Denver; from I-25, take Colfax west 1 mile, past Federal, to Irving St, turn north 2 blocks to W. 16th, west 1 block.
When: Sunday, Sept. 16, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Phone: 303-916-8940, 303-519-9496
Re/Max Professionals agents Alison Brennan and Cara George can show you one of those Sunday, Sept. 16, that has a trademark feature that the nicest of those rowhomes show: a rooftop deck with views west to the mountains and east to downtown.
At 3413 W. 16th Ave., you’ll see a 1,605-square-foot unit that has an end-position on its eight-plex, meaning light from three sides that bathes its wide-open family/kitchen/dining area, flanked by a steel staircase to the bedroom level with a master suite and guest bedroom.
The rooftop deck has an outdoor fireplace and is plumbed for a gas grill, offering peek-thru views of the towers of downtown, the Broncos stadium and the gold-leaf dome of the State Capitol.
The price is $545,000, one that George and Brennan say is well-positioned for its location and special features and for recent sales in the area, including for a few newer units in surrounding blocks.
Its purchaser will be just three blocks from the park and its 2.6-mile trail wrapping Cooper Lake and continuing around Denver’s second-largest park and largest lake.
Seven walkable blocks west is Raleigh Street, centerline of the Sloans project, already showing Sloan’s Lake Tap and Burger, Alamo Drafthouse, Barfly and a Starbucks, not to mention all of the attractions of Highland’s restaurant row at Lowell Street, a mile north.
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The home has a two-car attached garage, a gourmet kitchen with quartz counters, stainless appliances, full-tile backsplash and cherry cabinets over hardwood floors. The owner has plantation shutters in place.
Brennan and George will have treats out before the Broncos game today, 11-to-1.
Take Irving Street north from Federal and turn west on 16th; or from the lake, take 17th Avenue east to King Street and turn south to 16th.
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