A modern craftsman, recent remodel and two-story traditional
Wash Park is not only Denver’s hottest neighborhoods, but also home to some of the city’s most diverse real estate options. From small-lot bungalows to turn-key luxury homes, Wash Park has a home for everyone.
To sell in a market with such a variety of listings, Wash Park homeowners must know their home’s niche.
I searched the market and found three notable recent sales that identified their listing’s strength and made it work for them.
If you are thinking about listing in Wash Park or any of my core neighborhoods this spring, please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns. I’d love to hear from you!
This modern craftsman in Wash Park East nailed emphasizing its luxury lifestyle.
Luxury listings face heavy competition on this side of the park. To make their listing stand out, 385 S Gilpin highlighted the not-so-typical luxury features, such as the Control4 Home automation system and LEED Gold certification.
On first take, 409 S Emerson is clearly a unique listing. With tons of original charm, this listing presented buyers an opportunity to fix and restore a traditional-style home on a classic Wash Park street.
A two-story home at this price doesn’t come around often in this ‘hood. The seller did a nice job of highlighting the potential, letting the character shine and, most importantly, listing accordingly.
This recently remodeled bungalow presented itself perfectly to buyers after a Wash Park East lifestyle who can’t afford a luxury new construction.
Only two blocks from the park, the remodel accentuated the traditional style of the home through coffered ceilings and impressive trim. I also love the exposed brick in the study. The sellers increased the turn-key appeal by installing a tank-less hot water heater and new windows.