What’s new in Central Park real estate this week? In this week’s update we’ll tell you about our latest coming soon South side Infinity home (live tomorrow!), share some details on the open house we have this weekend at a stunning Parkwood “Painted Lady”, give you the scoop on 3 new rental homes we have coming soon and give you detailed updates on all 4 remaining builders! Phew…there is a lot to cover!
Before we jump into all that, I wanted to share a few other posts we recently made that you may find useful.
Fall Foliage and Leaf Peeping in Colorado – Fall is just a few weeks away! Lisa Palladino from our team just created this very detailed post to help you find the right drive to enjoy seeing the leaves change.
Helping Our Kids Become Athletes for Life – Fall sports are getting started and you may be at some of your kids first games this weekend. Are you being the parent that helps your kid enjoy sports? Or are you the one that sucks the joy out of it for them? (and possibly everyone else around you!). Even if you think you’re not “that parent” I think you’ll find some value in this post I wrote based off a book about this topic. I found some ways to improve.
For landlords, we recently wrote the two blog posts below to provide helpful info regarding some rental law changes and to help them navigate the Denver Rental License they need by 1/1/24. (Time is running low! Need the “easy button” on all this rental stuff? We manage properties in and around Central Park! You can learn more on our property management website or you can call me directly at (720) 299-1730.)
Alright, let’s jump into the neighborhood real estate for the week.
This week 15 new resale listings hit the market in Central Park. That doesn’t include our coming soon Infinity home, which goes live tomorrow, so we’ll give you the scoop on that one here as well.
9001 E 29th Ave: $1,195,000 (*COMING SOON*)
Large Infinity home with rare 4 beds/3 baths upstairs layout right in the heart of Central Park! This home is perfectly situated so you can hop on your bike or walk to some of the best amenities around, including 80 acre Central Park, Stanley Marketplace, parks, pools, playgrounds & more! Professional photos, drone footage and the 360 self-guided tour are all being shot today so look for this listing to be live on the market tomorrow! To set up a private tour you can reach me at (720) 299-1730.
2847 Xanthia St: $890,000
Listed by our friend Tiffany Burke with Compass Denver, this 3 bedroom home located in the south side of Central Park looks like a great move-in-ready option for buyers! The owners have clearly done a lot of upgrades and it looks like it’s in wonderful condition. New kitchen and a 2 month old HVAC system… this one looks like it’s worth investigating if you’re looking in the $800k’s. Want more info? Tiffany is hosting an open house this Sunday 12:00 – 2:00pm.
Not seeing anything that fits your needs in the resale market? Below are blog posts with detailed updates on each of the 4 remaining new home builders in Central Park and what they have to offer! If you see anything that interests you we’d love to help as your buyer’s agent. We have a ton of new build experience and we love helping clients through the process from start to finish.
Builder Update: Infinity Properties. Rebecca Fawcett from our team worked with Infinity Properties to bring you this update with the latest info on all 3 home series in Central Park.
Builder Update: David Weekley Homes. Mariel Ross from our team has the scoop on David Weekley and their last row homes available in the neighborhood (after building here for 20 years!).
Builder Update: Brookfield Residential. In this post Rebecca Fawcett will give you the details on the remaining available homes in their 4 series. (They have large single-family homes, mid-size single family homes, paired homes and an awesome townhome series to choose from!)
Builder Update: Boulder Creek. Nestled on a private courtyard that looks East to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Central Park’s North End, there are just a few Cottage homes still available!
This week 5 homes went under contract in the neighborhood. Two of the 5 went in the first week on the market. The low volume of under contract transactions from this last week is likely a function of it being Labor Day last weekend. Typically that’s a pretty slow real estate week as people focus more on soaking up the last long weekend of summer. I expect we’ll see a bit of a pop in activity this weekend.
There were 6 homes that closed in the past week. Always fun to take a spin through these and see what things are closing for. You can do that in the link above. If you ever need a property valuation on your home we’re happy to help.
There are 57 resale active resale listings (not including the new build homes) on the market in Central Park right now, which is consistent with the inventory levels we’ve seen for a while. The fact that inventory has remained relatively low has helped offset the shallow buyer pool caused by the increased interest rates. There aren’t a lot of buyers or sellers, which is keeping the balance of power pretty equal between the two sides.
Of all the active listings we wanted to call out this stunner that just had a $50k price adjustment!
5900 Beeler Ct: $925,000
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!). So much more to tell you about, but we’re prefer to show you! You can check out our self-guided 360 tour or you can come to our open house Lisa Palladino and Mariel Ross are hosting this Sunday 9/10 from 12:00pm – 2:00pm.
In the link above you can find all the homes for rent on Zillow in Central Park.
Now that we’re providing property management in the neighborhood, we’ll start to mention our coming soon and new rental listings in our weekly updates so you’re in the loop. Right now we have 3 new properties we’re managing that will be hitting the market soon! We’re not ready to provide professional pictures and exact addresses yet, but here are the ballpark details. Feel free to sign up here if you are a potential tenant and you want to be kept in the loop on all our rentals.
North side new build. We have a brand new Brookfield “Tealight” single family home available in late September. It has 3 beds + a loft upstairs, faces West onto a large shared courtyard and includes an unfinished basement and 2 car garage. Ballpark rent: $3,200 – $3,400/mth.
North side Thrive home. Immaculately maintained Thrive single family home with an unfinished basement on a corner lot available in early October. Ballpark rent: $3,200 – $3,500.
South side townhome with 2 primary bedrooms each with ensuite bathrooms. We’re renovating it now for our property owner with new paint, new carpet, new lighting and more! This one is going to feel brand new. It’s available in late September. Ballpark rent $2,595 – $2,695.
If you have a property you’d like managed, please keep us in mind! Here is our pricing and services page if you want to check out what we do. We can take that off your plate and let you focus on other things in your life. For new clients, we’ll help you through the Denver Rental License process at no charge above the hard costs of the third-party home inspection and online City application fee. ($224 in total).
That’s it for our update this week! If we can be of service with your Central Park move we’d love to help! My contact info is below. Thanks for taking the time to read the Scoop!
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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. Thanks for reading the Scoop!