A unique corner lot, west side score and a crown jewel 

Looking ahead to the 2019 spring selling season, Washington Park is poised to remain Denver’s hottest neighborhood. Surrounding one of the city’s most beautiful parks, the ‘hood provides a classic Colorado urban lifestyle, which drives its high appeal.

Neighborhood listings will go fast this spring, but prices will differ depending on which side of the park they’re on. Despite its renown, many might not know the differences between Wash Park’s east and west sides.

The three hottest listings provide a fair barometer for the upcoming selling season in Wash Park. If you have any questions, please reach out.
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595 S Race Street — 4 beds, 4 baths, $1.495 million

This is a one-of-a-kind, sun-drenched corner lot in East Wash Park. The master suite is a private getaway — enjoy mountain views from the balcony or soak in the steam shower. The entire house is cozy, nostalgic and well-maintained.

BONUS — find the hidden room behind one of the bookcases!

[All active Wash Park listings]

804 S Emerson Street — 4 beds, 3 baths, $875,000

Amazing deal on a recently renovated, traditional home in West Wash Park. Despite the smaller lot sizes found on the west side of the park, the backyard here stands out.

The first floor is open and flows nicely into the updated kitchen. A two-car garage with overflow spaces is another score this close to the park.

This home just went under contract. Contact me for the latest details.

[All recently sold Wash Park homes]

610 S Franklin Street — 5 beds, 5 baths, $4.25 million

This is a stunning, custom East Wash Park home. It basks in luxury and views. The homes across from the park on S Franklin get to enjoy park and mountain views.

Open floorplan, exposed beams and stone walls, and beautiful french doors — this is some of the best Washington Park has to offer.

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