SOLD in Whittier at $486,000! 3 BR/1 BA Vintage Half Duplex
Updated: Aug 3
Welcome home! This charming vintage half duplex lives like a single family home. Rare two-story on corner lot with only one shared wall. No HOA! Set up high from the street, you'll have plenty of privacy on your front porch to sip summer cocktails.
Details: 3 bed / 1 bath | 1,497 square feet | $475,000
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Charm abounds with original craftsman style built-ins and trim. The living room is open to a spacious dining area, complete with suitor's bench, deep window seat, and built in bar/buffet. Large kitchen with granite counters, exposed brick, and high ceilings. Convenient stackable washer/dryer and smart dishwasher. Upstairs are two spacious masters with a full updated bath. Basement has a cute small third (non conforming) bedroom and secret speakeasy/home office nook.
Updated LED smart lighting, smart sprinklers, Ring doorbell, all included. New front landscaping and garden beds out back. Enjoy BBQs and entertaining with your generous fenced yard (shared with neighbor, but could be separated in future), freshly painted balcony and concrete patio.
Walk or bike over to all that Welton historic jazz corridor has to offer (Goed Zuur, Spangalang, Dunbar, Rosenberg's) along with RiNo (River North) Art District. The new World Trade Center campus (planned 2021+), DIA RTD line (38th/Blake station), and Natural Grocers, are just minutes away. RTD light rail (Downing St station) is just a few blocks away. You'll be minutes from I-70 to head up to the mountains. Bike over to Curtis Park & City Park for summer picnics. Welton Street's Rossonian hotel was home to famous acts like Duke Ellington, Billie Holliday, and Miles Davis. Whittier neighborhood is bustling with beautifully maintained historic homes and modern new builds. This popular vibrant neighborhood spans from City Park to the edge of Welton Corridor (Downing Street).
Reach out to us for more information, and stay well, Denver!