Set in Denver’s Cheesman Park neighborhood, just northwest of Cherry Creek, this three-bedroom, four-bath townhome built in 1993 features an open layout, hardwood floors, top-of-the-line appliances and basement at 1290 N. High Street Unit B for $1.895 million.

What I love about this home:

  • Its chefs kitchen with oversized fas fireplace, as well as a main island made of hand-forged pewter.
  • The home’s third-floor media and library room with views of Cheesman Park and a built-in entertainment center (not to mention, a full bathroom which makes this a great extra bedroom.)
  • The lush outdoor space with its flagstone terrace and expanded master balcony.

With views directly into the north edge of Cheesman Park (as well as back-yard access), residents can enjoy year-round nature.  You can also enjoy all of the dining just west in Capitol Hill and amenities south in Cherry Creek, such as the Cherry Creek Shopping Center, or any of the other little green parks sprinkled along the nearby neighborhoods.

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