A Spanish-style town home, a luxury high-rise, and a sunny condo
Cherry Creek North remains one of Denver’s hottest and most sought-after neighborhoods, for good reason. It provides easy, walkable access to world-class shopping and dining while offering quiet, cozy tree-lined-street living. Here, you have the space to feel relaxed amidst the bustle.
This week, I three notable recently sold homes to give you a peek into what the some of the best the Denver lifestyle has to offer
563 Clayton Street, 4 beds, 3.5 baths, $1,025,000
Sold at the end of December, this 3,031 square-foot home features a Spanish-style stucco exterior and architecture, an open layout, huge windows, and a fully finished basement complete with a wet bar.
The oversized contemporary fireplace and arched windows add a feeling of expansive space to the main area, and wooden floors reflect the light as it streams in from the south. The updated gourmet kitchen features new appliances, a built-in fridge and a kitchen island.
With two upper-level bedrooms and two basement bedrooms, designer finishes accent the home throughout, including the linear contemporary wood and metal staircase and the external columns accenting the front door and side entrance.
The back opens up to a roomy patio and a second floor balcony overlooks the home’s facade — a perfect spot to sip your coffee while watching the sun rise. Located right in the heart of Cherry Creek North within walking distance of ambient La Merise French Bistro and American West-focused Hillstone Restaurant, this home was made for entertaining.
115 Steele Street, Unit #514, 2 beds, 2.5 baths, $1,114,630
One of the luxury Laurel Cherry Creek’s high-rise limited edition condos, this 1,598-square-foot new-build offers both city access and mountain views. Built in 2019, this contemporary urban condo features custom-designed interiors with granite counters, large walk-in closets, a five-piece bathroom and a covered balcony that opens up to a panorama city view.
The rooftop lounge area features a salt-water pool, and beautiful open space for grilling and dining, and a huge, elegant, light-filled lobby. Residents also enjoy parking provided by Laurel Cherry Creek.
The condo’s location offers easy access to public trans via 1st Avenue and Steele Street bus stop and dozens of shops and restaurants within walking distance, such as sophisticated chophouse Del Frisco’s Grille, and delicious Italian trattoria Piatti Denver.
140 Jackson Street, 2 beds, 1.5 baths, $425,000
Sold on January 17 for $425,000, this simple, affordable (for Cherry Creek) low-rise condo features an open floor plan, tile floors and spacious bedrooms with tree views. Southern exposure for the 902-square-foot home means lots of natural light, and the stucco exterior and vibrant red front door gives it a charming cottage feel.
The kitchen features an attached island, a hanging open shelf for storage, and wooden cabinets.
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