This five-bedroom, 4.5-bath treehouse at 10 South Hudson Street in the lovely Hilltop neighborhood features a sunny, open plan with high ceilings, dark wood floors, and a wall of windows.

The home’s Swedish design and neutral palette provides a classic, simple aesthetic. Its corner lot has mature trees and its long, private backyard comfortably accommodates the 3,283-square-foot home.

What I love about this home:

  • Though the house itself has a secluded, private feel, it’s only a six-minute walk from a great commercial corner with spots like Pete’s Fruits & Vegetables and Park Burger (hello, fig jam + brie, bacon and arugula patty).
  • I also love how close this home sits near one of the best Denver Public Schools with Carson Elementary School right across the street, a 9 out of 10 on Great Schools. The location can help your kids develop a sense of independence as they walk to school and you feel safe knowing they’re close.
  • Its location in a buzzing little neighborhood.

A natural compliment to all the public amenities including tons of shopping nearby at the Cherry Creek Plaza, the home also sits smack dab in the middle of several of the city’s parks, including Robinson Park, Cranmer Park, Crestmoor Park, Paluski Park with its fields and playgrounds, Creekside Park and City of Brest Park along Cherry Creek. This proximity gives it a rare sort of country-in-the-city vibe, and not to mention you always have good family fun Friday night outing options.