I’m writing this real estate update as the first snow of the year falls around Denver. How quickly we went from summer heat … to Halloween (as you can see from our cover photo, Samantha of the Scoop is ready for a big Halloween weekend at the 13th Floor Haunted House) … to snow!
While Halloween is top of mind this week, there are signs that winter is nearing. My kids have all switched from summer outdoor sports to indoor sports for example. A-Basin, often the first ski resort to open in Colorado each year (always seems to be a duel between A-Basin, Loveland, and Breckenridge!), did just that this past weekend. Ski season is here!
If you’re craving powder, be sure to check out Lisa Palladino’s latest Scoop post.
Lisa has great real estate expertise on buying and selling properties in Steamboat Springs and Routt County. I love her local tips in her post, including this one I found very interesting:
“LOCAL TIP: If you have young kids rent their gear each year through Epic Mountain Sports Junior Trade program. As they outgrow gear you trade it in for a discount. They also include one free trade out mid-season if needed.”
Scoop contributor and Summit County broker Emily Lawless also has some great skiing information in her latest post:
Now, on to the real estate updates. Whether you live in, or would like to purchase in, Central Park or anywhere else in the Denver metro, our 8 brokers here at Focus would love to help!
Before we dive in, if you thought you missed the boat on building a new home in Central Park, you still have time. Check out these blog posts about what’s available in the North End.
2609 Syracuse Street, Denver, CO
$3,995/month. 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom, 3,363 sqft
Available immediately! Live blocks from the Aviator pool and the 29th Ave Town Center in this beautifully updated 5 bed / 4 bath home, with a gym and dedicated office in Central Park’s South End neighborhood. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout the main level, a home office is off the right side of the entryway, and an elegant formal dining room with French doors to a quaint deck is to the left.
Out the back door is a covered patio, large deck and a private yard with string lights and shade sails. Upstairs is host to the primary suite with a wall of windows, huge WIC, and a 5 piece en-suite bath with soaking tub. Don’t miss the finished basement where the 5th bedroom, 4th bathroom, and a family room with wet bar are located.
Saturday 10/29 from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
11419 E. 25th Drive is a beautiful David Weekley home located in a perfect spot in Bluff Lake within walking distance to the Stanley Marketplace as well as the Eastbridge Town Center. This immaculate home features four bedrooms, three bathrooms, with one of the bedrooms being on the main floor.
There is also a $10k seller concession you can use towards closing costs or buying down the interest rate. Listed by Kailee Ackerman of Focus Real Estate for $705k.
5901 N Boston Court is a fantastic listing located in the Beeler Park neighborhood. This Wonderland three bedroom, three bathroom home features designer finishes and sits on a beautiful and quiet courtyard. There is an additional 533 square foot unfinished basement that can be finished to include an extra bedroom, office, workout space, and whatever else you need!
Listed by Lisa Palladino with Focus Real Estate for $679,900.
There are currently 64 active resale listings in Central Park.
This week we saw 8 new, non-builder listings in the neighborhood.
Right now there are 6 homes that are pending (meaning they are under contract, but have not yet closed).
And we also saw 7 homes close.
Disclaimer: Our Friday real estate updates are meant to be a “roundup” type post where we discuss all listings in Central Park, not just our own. It’s our way of making sure we follow the market closely and we share it with the Scoop readers because we know many of you like to track real estate in the area as well. Many of the listings in these posts are not our company’s listings and we wanted to mention that here to make sure it’s clear. Focus and its agents make no representations, warranties, or guarantees as to the accuracy or completeness of any information in this post. Please confirm all information with your own advisors and do not rely on this post. Thanks for reading the Scoop!