Two of our listings have open houses today (Friday 8/25) and tomorrow (Saturday 8/26).
If today doesn’t work for you, be sure to stop by tomorrow!
5900 Beeler is open from 11-2 pm on Saturday, and 2758 Florence is open from 1-3 pm.
Before we dive in, I want to feature a few recent Scoop posts from our team.
One of our guest contributors Abby Belasco of Dear Abby Tutors has a timely post about comprehensive reading assessments her team offers – especially important now that a lot of kiddos are headed back to school. You can read more here.
Speaking of school, Lisa Palladino has a great post on back-to-school tips here: 6 Tips for Back-to-School Success.
Jumping back to real estate, Joe Phillips, the head of our property management company, has a post on new laws landlords should be aware of: 4 New Laws Colorado Landlords Need to Know About.
Rebecca Fawcett has an update on Infinity Homes and what’s available in the neighborhood. You can get all the details in her post Builder Update: Infinity Homes. Whether you love the Alto, Luxe, or Vive series, there are still some great opportunities in Central Park’s North End.
Our mountain correspondent Emily Lawless has a post on … bears! Read more here: Living in Harmony: Being Bear Aware
Going back to real estate, David Weekley is down to its last few row homes in Central Park. In addition to 18 row home lots (several are now under contract), there are also 4 “quick move-in” homes available. Check out our post here: After 20 years of building, David Weekley has 18 row homes from the mid $600ks left … and that’s it!
It’s hard not to start with the top floor covered deck – with soaring city and mountain views – when talking about 5900 Beeler Court. You can see the deck in the photo toward the top of this post. Wow!
This Parkwood Painted Lady has 4 beds above grade, owned solar, and bright hardwood floors throughout. The open-concept main level opens to the back deck pictured above. Parkwood’s signature crown moulding and millwork exude elegance, complemented by refined quartz counters, designer wallpaper, and custom paint (for a touch of whimsy!).
Ascend one level from the main floor to a loft offering privacy and access to three secondary bedrooms. The crowning jewel, of course, is the top-floor primary suite and deck.
This home is listed for $975,000 by Mariel Ross.
I’m a sucker for big porches – and 2758 Florence Street has the cutest wrap-around porch! This updated 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home is located on a courtyard in the Eastbridge neighborhood. The main level features an open floorplan with dedicated living and dining spaces and includes a gas fireplace and, yes, a wonderful wrap around porch. Perfect for morning coffee, summer evenings, and everything in between.
All bedrooms, including the spacious primary, and the laundry room are on the second level. Attached 2 car garage and side yard!
This home is listed by Joe Phillips on our team for $659,900.
This “coming soon” Parkwood townhome is going live next week. Listed by Mariel Ross, this townhome will be priced at $895,000. We’ll post professional photographs and all the details soon on the Scoop!
There are currently 55 active non-builder listings in Central Park.
This week we saw 10 new non-builder listings and “coming soons” in the neighborhood.
Right now there are 11 homes that are pending (meaning they are under contract, but have not yet closed).
3 homes closed this past week.
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!