Jan. 20, 2020

3028 W 19th Ave Denver, CO 80204

Barry Kunselman | 303.887.0588 | Contact Barry

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3028 W 19th Ave Denver, CO 80204

 Sloan's Lake Townhouse with Amazing City & Mountain Views

2  Beds |  4 Baths | $525,000

OPEN HOUSE SAT & SUN, 12 PM -4 PM 

Quality-built townhome offering amazing city and mountain views from a rooftop deck that’s engineered for a future hot tub. This home feels like an end unit without the end unit price tag! It offers two balconies, ample natural light, and numerous upgrades. No other unit faces this one, giving it added privacy. Buyers will enjoy a true master suite, high-end kitchen cabinets, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops, two stone accent walls, a large TV area, and a two-car garage. You can walk, bike, or scoot to all of Denver’s top spots! Tailgate and walk to Broncos games.

  • City and Mountain Views
  • Street facing Unit with added privacy
  • Rooftop deck built for a hot tub
  • Two Beautiful Stone Accent Walls
  • Beautiful Kitchen

3028 W 19th Ave HIGHLIGHTS

Special Feature #1 The rooftop deck is perfect for a fun night with friends or a quiet evening contemplating the sunset over the mountains and the sparkling city lights

Special Feature #2 Spa-like shower with two shower heads

Special Feature #3 Deck built to withstand the weight of a hot tub.

 

 

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More pictures and information here: 

https://www.buydenverurbanhomes.com/property/9197922/

Nearby Schools

Children in this community typically go to the following schools:

  • Elementary School: Cheltenham
  • Middle School: Strive Lake
  • High School: North High School

Location

3028 West 19th Avenue

Very Walkable

Learn more about Sloan's Lake

 

Quick commute to Downtown Denver. Sloan's Lake residents enjoy access to I-25 and I-70, light rail a 10-minute ride to Downtown Denver.

    

Amusement & Recreation

Sloan’s Lake hosts the annual Dragon Boat Festival in July, where 100,000 people come to celebrate and experience Colorado’s Asian-Pacific culture, customs, and traditions.

Hallack Park 

 

Sloan's Lake Neighborhood

Discover Lake living in the city! Spend your days paddle-boarding or wakeboarding in Sloan's Lake. Walk the park and take in the best view of the city or walk just a few more blocks to iconic Denver spots like Alamo Drafthouse, BarFly and more.  Check out Sloan's Lake neighborhood page for more information about this urban community.

Contact Barry at 303.887.0588 to see this house in Sloan's or other homes for sale in the Denver area.

 

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Dec. 17, 2019

November 2019 Denver Real Estate Market Statistics

Barry Kunselman | 303.887.0588 | Contact Barry

 

November Denver Area Real Estate Market Stats

 

DENVER HOME SALES

Denver home sales usually experience a seasonal slide hitting the lowest number of both new listings and the number of homes sold in December or January. November closed sales were down 22.78 percent month over month, but sales were still up year to date. The number of homes that went un­der contract dropped 10.84 percent month over month, which indicates the number of sold homes will likely be down next month, too.

HOME PRICE & DAYS ON MARKET

The average days on market and the average sold price both increased. The average days on market was 35, up just one day from the prior month. Year to date the average was 31 days, which was 24 percent longer compared to last year. This is what both buyers and sellers need to know. While homes may be on the market longer and the close-to-list-price ratio was down to 98.80 percent month over month in November and down year to date to 99.23 percent, this is still not a market for low-ball offers. 

 

While the numbers listed above represent the market, it may feel differently depending on which part of the city you are in. I'd be happy to compile the neighborhoods you're interested in learning about and email the numbers to you. Accompanying the statistics for each specific neighborhood is a detailed description of the area so you can see if that neighborhood sounds right for you. Let me know which neighborhoods you'd like and I'll gladly send them to you right away. 

 

WHAT CAN WE EXPECT IN DECEMBER?

The answer to that may be swayed by our weather in December. More storms and very cold temperatures will slow things down as usually happens at this time of year.

Homebuyers

It's a certain­ty that while buyers will be out doing holiday shopping they will also be out house shopping. Buyers will enjoy some of the least competitive weeks to make a purchase during the holiday weekends which increases their negotiating power. Mortgage rates are still hovering near all-time lows. Low-interest rates allow a buyer to maximize their purchase potential and ultimately make the cost of homeownership more affordable. It helps investors to maintain lower costs and better potential cash flow. 

Is it a good time to sell? 

Low inventory keeps Denver in a strong seller's market. This is a good time of year to sell because buyers remain hungry for inventory and the dream of homeownership is on many people's wish list this December. If you're not up for putting your home on the market over the holidays, use your extra time off to get your home ready to hit the market at the beginning of 2020. 

5 REASONS TO SELL IN WINTER

 

GET IN TOUCH

It's my job to help you and all of my clients make smart housing decisions. The stats are a phenomenal indicator of the market, but they're just the start. I'm happy to share my expertise to tell you the stories behind the numbers.  

If you need to discuss the numbers above please don't hesitate to call/text 303.887.0588 or email me at barry@porchlightgroup.com!

 

 

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Dec. 11, 2019

Applying For A Mortgage in Denver: 7 Steps To Sucess

Barry Kunselman | 303.887.0588 | Contact Barry

 

APPLYING FOR A MORTGAGE:   7 STEPS TO SUCCESS

 

Whether you’re ready to buy your first home or forever home, securing a mortgage is a major part of the process. It can also be a stressful experience. Here we provide a few pointers on avoiding common pitfalls and taking the steps needed to ensure a more seamless closing.

1. CHECK AND REPAIR YOUR OWN CREDIT

What FICO® Score Do You Need to Qualify for a Mortgage? Bottom line, the better your credit score the better your mortgage options will be. Pull your free annual report from Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. You can also use a free app like Credit Karma. Follow-up on and fix anything suspicious or inconsistent. See what debts you can pay off quickly, then make a plan to keep revolving credit balances low and reduce overall debt. It may also be smart to tuck away those credit cards and create a workable budget. 

2. LOWER YOUR DEBT-TO-INCOME RATIO

Lenders will pay close attention to your debt-to-income ratio (DTI) —monthly debt obligations divided by gross income. This includes credit card, student/personal loan or child support payments, but not things like entertainment or groceries. Typically, lenders want a mortgage and home costs to be no more than 28% of your gross income. Once everything is calculated, your DTI should be no more than 36%. With fewer debt payments, you’ll have greater buying power. 

3. GET PRE-APPROVED BY YOUR LENDER

 Pre-qualification only requires you to provide information about your finances and credit score. In return, you’ll get a general estimate of how much you can likely borrow. Pre-approval is more in-depth. A lender will look further at your finances and require documentation regarding your credit, income, and debts. For your efforts, you’ll know exactly how much your loan amount will be – even get it in writing. You can then search for homes in the appropriate price range.

Average Interest Rates & Mortgage Payments

 

NEED A LENDER RECOMMENDATION FOR YOUR HOME LOAN?

Many buyers are purchasing homes with down payments as little as 3%. You may already qualify for a loan, even if you don’t have perfect credit. Contact (303) 887-0588  today and I will get you one of our trusted lenders that best fits your needs.

4. LOOK BEYOND THE HOME’S PRICE TAG

Keep in mind that the price of a home doesn’t exactly reflect its true cost. If you’re putting less than 20% down, you’ll likely be required to pay for Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI). Property taxes and homeowners insurance may also be rolled into your monthly mortgage payment. And don’t forget HOA dues or condo fees, plus closing costs that buyers are responsible for such as earnest money, an appraisal, and the home inspection. This is a significant purchase.

5. HOUSE HUNT WITH A REAL ESTATE AGENT

While your house hunt might begin online, a real estate agent is an invaluable resource when it comes to choosing the right Denver home and neighborhood for your needs and lifestyle. They can also introduce you to areas where your pre-approved dollars will go further and neighborhoods that have huge appreciation potential. An agent will often know if a community or condo is due for a review of its reserve fund which can lead to higher HOA fees and stress on your budget.

6. GATHER YOUR FINANCIAL DOCUMENTATION

Closing on a home loan can be overwhelming. From providing two years of W-2s or 1099s to putting personal information on the table—like proof of child support payments—no rock is left unturned by your lender’s underwriter. So, gather all documentation as early as possible. Have records of your bank accounts, income tax returns, car loans, credit cards, any other debts, plus assets such as investments, other properties, and your 401k. 

7. DON’TS AFTER APPLYING FOR A MORTGAGE

  • Don’t Change Jobs or the Way You Are Paid at Your Job. Your loan officer must be able to track the source and amount of your annual income. If possible, you’ll want to avoid changing from salary to commission or becoming self-employed during this time as well.
  • Don’t Deposit Cash into Your Bank Accounts. Lenders need to source your money, and cash is not really traceable. Before you deposit any amount of cash into your accounts, discuss the proper way to document your transactions with your loan officer.
  • Don’t Make Any Large Purchases Like a New Car or Furniture for Your New Home. New debt comes with it, including new monthly obligations. New obligations create new qualifications. People with new debt have higher debt to income ratios…higher ratios make for riskier loans…and sometimes qualified borrowers no longer qualify.
  • Don’t Co-Sign Other Loans for Anyone. When you co-sign, you are obligated. As we mentioned, with that obligation comes higher ratios as well. Even if you swear you will not be the one making the payments, your lender will have to count the payments against you.
  • Don’t Change Bank Accounts. Remember, lenders need to source and track assets. That task is significantly easier when there is consistency among your accounts. Before you even transfer any money, talk to your loan officer.
  • Don’t Apply for New Credit. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a new credit card or a new car. When you have your credit report run by organizations in multiple financial channels (mortgage, credit card, auto, etc.), your FICO® score will be affected. Lower credit scores can determine your interest rate and maybe even your eligibility for approval.
  • Don’t Close Any Credit Accounts. Many clients erroneously believe that having less available credit makes them less risky and more likely to be approved. Wrong. A major component of your score is your length and depth of credit history (as opposed to just your payment history) and your total usage of credit as a percentage of available credit. Closing accounts has a negative impact on both of those determinants in your score.

 

 

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Nov. 22, 2019

October 2019 Denver Real Estate Market Statistics

Barry Kunselman | 303.887.0588 | Contact Barry

 

October Denver Area Real Estate Market Stats

 

We typically expect to see inventory and buyer activity decline in the 4th quarter of the year. Denver home sales usually peak mid-summer around June or July and will begin a seasonal slide hitting the lowest number of both new listings and the number of homes sold in December or' January. 

This year we are enjoying an extra bump of buyer activity due to low-interest rates. Interestingly it’s taking some additional time for these units to make it from a contract being accepted to the closing table. In a closer look at the data, we found that the time to close in the 2nd half of the year is longer than the 1st half of the year and we believe that is due to an increase in offers being written with contingencies. Good news for those buyers who need to sell before they can close on their next purchase, the opportunity is great to make a move before the holidays set in.

MORTGAGE RATES

For the past few years (almost a decade now) we’ve all enjoyed the benefit of historically low mortgage rates.  They are still hovering near all-time lows. Low-interest rates allow a buyer to maximize their purchase potential and ultimately make the cost of homeownership more affordable. It helps investors to maintain lower costs and better potential cash flow. 

Rates have seen a modest uptick since their early-September lows, reflecting declining recessionary fears and an improved outlook for the global economy.

 

​HOMEBUYER DEMAND

Homebuyer demand remains strong heading into the usually slower season despite economic uncertainty. 

 

INVENTORY

When there is less than a 6-month supply of inventory available, we are in a seller’s market and we will see greater appreciation. Inventory of Denver homes for sale is still well below the 6-month supply needed for a normal market. In 2019 Denver is experiencing another Extreme Seller’s Market. The toughest months for buyers were from March through May, with more options available beginning in June through November. 

Detached single-family home active inventory for October down by -13.4% from the previous month and down -18.4% from the same month one year ago, 4,941. 

 

 

Is it a good time to sell? 

Extended weekends and family time take precedence over buyers searching for their next home. Foot traffic will be lighter in open houses, showings will pull back to their lowest point of the annual cycle, ultimately the fewest contracts are written over the next few holidays.  For the week of Thanksgiving, the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day will lead to a longer time on the market for sellers.

 

FREE Fall 2019 Home selling Guide

While the numbers listed above represent the market, it may feel differently depending on which part of the city you are in. I'd be happy to compile the neighborhoods you're interested in learning about and email the numbers to you. Accompanying the statistics for each specific neighborhood is a detailed description of the area so you can see if that neighborhood sounds right for you.

 

If you like numbers and think this would be good information for you, let me know which neighborhoods you'd like and I'll gladly send them to you right away.   

Is it a good time to buy? YES!

Buyers will enjoy some of the least competitive weeks to make a purchase during the holiday weekends which increases their negotiating power.

Interest rates are predicted to rise📈⁠ Home prices are predicted to appreciate💸⁠ NOW is the time to buy🤝⁠

Need another reason to buy now? More buyers of homes under $400,000 will be able to save on the cost of an appraisal. For the first time in 25 years, federal regulators have approved a plan to allow more properties to be subject to an evaluation instead of an appraisal. This will save some borrowers hundreds of dollars in the buying process. 

It's my job to help you and all of my clients make smart housing decisions. The stats are a phenomenal indicator of the market, but they're just the start. I'm happy to share my expertise to tell you the stories behind the numbers.  

 

If you need to discuss the numbers above please don't hesitate to call/text 303.887.0588 or email me at barry@porchlightgroup.com!

 

 

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Nov. 13, 2019

Thanksgiving 2019 Mashed Potato Mash-Ups

Barry Kunselman | 303.887.0588 | Contact Barry

Mahed Potato mash ups

 

Did you know? According to historians, the very first Thanksgiving menu did not include potatoes of any kind. Instead, it likely featured waterfowl (like duck), venison, ham, lobster, clams, berries, fruit, pumpkin and squash. 

Spice Up Your Mashed Potatoes, Denverites!

Here are creative and tasty ways to spice up plain mashed potatoes when preparing holiday feasts for friends and loved ones. 

 

Nov. 12, 2019

9 Reasons to Use a Realtor When Building New in Denver

Barry Kunselman | 303.887.0588 | Contact Barry

9 Reasons to Use a Realtor When Building New

 

The top three reasons why Denver Metro home buyers want new construction are to avoid renovations or problems with plumbing/electricity, having the ability to choose and customize design features, and wanting the amenities of new home construction communities.

With new construction communities popping up all over the Front Range, it's important to make smart decisions, from choosing a reputable builder and the right neighborhood to opting for finishes and upgrades that work for your budget now, as well as resale value down the road.

Buying new construction is certainly an attractive option. You select the perfect lot, floorplan and finishes—then your dream home is built to your exact specifications. So, where does a realtor fit into the process?

Here we explore all the advantages of working with an agent, from negotiating the sale to ensuring a superior final product that you’ll be proud  to call home

  1. Working with a Reputable Builder  

    An experienced realtor knows the local market, which builders are constructing new homes and if they can be trusted to deliver quality. An agent can also network with their contacts to look at a builder’s track record and buyer satisfaction rates, as well as identify any potential red flags.
  2. Choosing the Ideal Denver Neighborhood  

    Your agent will help you find an area that fits your lifestyle—schools, work commute, proximity to great restaurants and more. They’ll also guide you in making a smart financial decision, advising you on future resale potential to ensure you don’t overpay or overbuild for the neighborhood.
  3. Representation During the Sale 

     While they might be incredibly friendly, sales agents ultimately work for the builder. Their goal is to close the best possible deal for their side of the table, not yours. The only way to protect your best interests is to go into the transaction with a professional that has your back from the start
  4. Better Pricing, Promos & Terms  

     Did you know that new construction prices are negotiable? And builders may even run promos? An agent who understands the market and knows how builders operate will explore all avenues to secure the best possible deal and home price, so your investment pays off down the road.
  5. Upgrades Versus Budget & Resale 

     Though a new build’s base price might be reasonable, it’s easy to fall in love with the upgrades featured in the model home. However, owning the neighborhood’s biggest, most extravagant home may not be sensible. An agent will help you make sound choices for both budget and resale.
  6. Ensuring the Right-Fit Financing   

    Builders may offer incentives to work with their “preferred” lenders. While tempting, it’s always best to shop around and compare your options. Contact me today, I can easily point you in the direction of multiple, reputable lenders that have helped other buyers in a similar position as you. 
  7. Guidance Throughout the Build 

    How involved you want your agent to be is up to you. They can be present at every meeting and walk-through with a builder. They’ll decode the jargon, represent you if there’s an issue and help to make sure everything comes together according to your timeline, budget, and expectations.
  8. Your Advocate from Start to Finish - 

    From contracts to warranties and the ever-important inspection (yes, even on a new build), an agent will guide you through all the complex processes along the way. They’ll explain your rights and responsibilities, protect you from being pressured and stand up for your best interests.
  9. A Real Estate Agent Costs You $0 - 

    If the first eight reasons to work with a realtor on a new build don’t have you convinced, here’s the kicker. The builder pays for an agent’s commission. You’ll pay absolutely zero to have their experience, knowledge and no-nonsense negotiation skills on your side from start to finish.

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Thinking of buying new construction in Denver Metro? Please contact Barry at 303.887.0588 for an experienced buyer representation for new build properties.

 

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Oct. 30, 2019

September 2019 Boulder & Surrounding Areas Real Estate Market Statistics

Barry Kunselman | 303.887.0588 | Contact Barry

 

September 2019 Boulder & Surrounding Areas Stats

 

How's the Boulder real estate market? The market has shown some evidence of slowing recently and is slightly more favorable to buyers. Both prices and inventory levels are relatively unchanged in recent weeks.

PorchLight Real Estate Group has statistics by neighborhood for the Boulder and surrounding areas that show the rate of appreciation, median home price, number of sales, as well as other indicators to illustrate what the market has done in these neighborhoods.  See the full update below.

 

 

Need stats for a specific Boulder neighborhood? I'd be happy to compile the neighborhoods you're interested in learning about and email the numbers to you. Accompanying the statistics for each specific neighborhood is a detailed description of the area so you can see if that neighborhood sounds right for you.

 

If you like numbers and think this would be good information for you, let me know which neighborhoods you'd like and I'll gladly send them to you right away.   

 

It's my job to help you and all of my clients make smart housing decisions. The stats are a phenomenal indicator of the market, but they're just the start. I'm happy to share my expertise to tell you the stories behind the numbers.  

 

If you need to discuss the numbers above please don't hesitate to call/text 303.887.0588 or email me at barry@porchlightgroup.com!

 

Oct. 29, 2019

4533 Beach Court Denver CO 80211

updated January 7, 2019

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Charming Sunnyside Bungalow with Rental Income Potential

3  Beds |  2 Baths | $625,000

 

SOLD! Charming 2,146 sqft brick bungalow in the perfect location- walking distance to restaurants, shops, parks & activities. As you walk up to the covered front porch of this 3 bedroom, 2 baths Sunnyside home you’re greeted with the perfect blend of vintage and modern charm. Feel right at home in the living room with a gorgeous fireplace. The updated kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, 2 ovens, and solid surface countertops. You will love the upstairs bathroom, recently remodeled with double sinks and marble countertops. A Rare garden-level finished basement with ample natural light features tall ceilings, a large family room, a third bedroom, and a laundry room with cabinets and storage. The very large laundry room could easily be converted into a second kitchen—ideal for an Airbnb or roommate. Utility bills are paid through the owned solar power system.

Oversized 2 car garage with workbench and plenty of room for sports equipment. Plenty of space for entertaining friends and family at the covered rear patio with a fully landscaped yard.

4533 BEACH COURT ST HIGHLIGHTS

Special Feature #1

Close to all of your favorite Restaurants. Walk to the Sunnyside music festival!

Special Feature #2

All Utility bills are paid through the solar system which is owned not leased. The owners will transfer the system to the buyer at closing.

Special Feature #3

Oversized 2 car garage

Special Feature #4

Rent out the basement to a friend or through Airbnb and make some additional cash and live

 

EXPLORE THIS HOME! Check out the Virtual Tour

More pictures and information here: 

https://www.buydenverurbanhomes.com/property/8110234/

Nearby Schools

Children in this community typically go to the following schools:

  • Elementary School: Trevista
  • Middle School: Strive Sunnyside
  • High School: North

Location

4533 Beach Court

Very Walkable

Learn more about Sunnyside

 

Bacon Social (food and cocktails) and Common Grounds coffee house is nearby. Walk, bike or scooter to Avanti, Root Down, Ale House, Little Man Ice Cream, Illegal Pete's, Acova! 

Amusement & Recreation

Close to all the amenities of The Highlands, LOHI, and Downtown. Enjoy the Sunnyside Music Festival, the LoHi Farmers Market, and all the best that Denver has to offer.

 

Sunnyside Neighborhood

Sunnyside residents enjoy locally-owned shops like Bucci Cafe Cubano, Sunnyside Natural Market, Indulgences Day Spa, Diz’s Daisys, and Sunny’s (a breakfast hotspot featured in 5280!). Check out the Sunnyside neighborhood page for more information about this urban community.

Contact Barry at 303.887.0588 to see this house in Sunnyside or other homes for sale in the Denver area.

 

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Oct. 22, 2019

September 2019 Denver Real Estate Market Statistics

Barry Kunselman | 303.887.0588 | Contact Barry

 

September Denver Area Real Estate Market Stats

 

The latest housing market statistics from REcolorado show seasonal cooling as we head into fall. We saw fewer homes come on the market and home sales took a breather, which is typical for this time of year.  As compared to August, detached homes stayed on the market an average of 3 days longer in September, giving buyers more time to make decisions.

Year over year, arrows point up showing strong sales and more new listings compared to September 2018.  Sold prices have come down slightly from the peak summer average of $502,460 to $482,067 in September. Compared to last September, home prices are up 6%.

 

MORTGAGE RATES

On October 21st, 2019, the average rate on the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is 4.08%. Rates remained relatively flat from the prior week, increasing .01%. On a year to date basis, rates are still .77% lower than the beginning of the year.

 

​HOMEBUYER DEMAND

Homebuyer demand remains strong heading into the usually slower season despite economic uncertainty. Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market states “Despite this week’s uptick in mortgage rates, the housing market remains on the upswing with improvement in construction and home sales. While there has been a material weakness in manufacturing and consistent trade uncertainty, other economic trends like employment and homebuilder sentiment are encouraging”

 

INVENTORY

When there is less than a 6-month supply of inventory available, we are in a seller’s market and we will see greater appreciation. Inventory of Denver homes for sale is still well below the 6-month supply needed for a normal market. In 2019 Denver is experiencing another Extreme Seller’s Market. The toughest months for buyers were from March through May, with more options available beginning in June through November. 

Should you buy now or wait next year? Interest rates are predicted to rise📈⁠ Home prices are predicted to appreciate💸⁠ NOW is the time to buy🤝⁠

 

 

Is it a good time to sell? PorchLight Real Estate Group has statistics by neighborhood for the Denver area. We can show you the rate of appreciation, median home price, number of sales, as well as other indicators to illustrate what the market has done in these neighborhoods. 

 

FREE Fall 2019 Homebuyer Guide

Need stats for a specific Denver neighborhood? I'd be happy to compile the neighborhoods you're interested in learning about and email the numbers to you. Accompanying the statistics for each specific neighborhood is a detailed description of the area so you can see if that neighborhood sounds right for you.

 

If you like numbers and think this would be good information for you, let me know which neighborhoods you'd like and I'll gladly send them to you right away.   

 

It's my job to help you and all of my clients make smart housing decisions. The stats are a phenomenal indicator of the market, but they're just the start. I'm happy to share my expertise to tell you the stories behind the numbers.  

 

If you need to discuss the numbers above please don't hesitate to call/text 303.887.0588 or email me at barry@porchlightgroup.com!

 

 

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Sept. 26, 2019

725 Loveland St, Golden, CO, 80401

Barry Kunselman | 303.887.0588 | Contact Barry

 

Charming Rustic Home on A Large Lot Close To Downtown Golden & Denver

3  Beds |  1 Baths | $345,000

Charming rustic 1,013 sqft home with wood beams and wood flooring throughout. Buyers will enjoy main floor living, just minutes from Downtown Denver and Downtown Golden.  This charming home is nestled on a large lot with new privacy fence oversized 1 car garage with New roof, New Electric panel. New Concrete Driveway. New front door. New Garage Door,  New Evaporative cooling and new interior 

725 Loveland St HIGHLIGHTS

  • Recent upgrades, new roof, new electrical panel, new concrete driveway, new garage door, new evaporative cooler,  new privacy fence.
  • Energy-efficient Boiler provides comfort heat, low utility bills and the ductless system provide relief for people who suffer from allergies.
  • 10-minute drive to downtown Golden, 12-minute drive to downtown Denver.
  • Light rail less than 2 miles away.

 

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Nearby Schools

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Location

725 Loveland Street

Car-Dependent

Learn more about Golden

 

From I70 and 6th Ave: Take 6th Avenue East. Turn Left (N) onto Indiana St. turn Left (W) onto W 7th Ave. Turn right (N) into Loveland St to Property on Left

Just minutes from Colorado Mills Mall and Golden Light Rail Station and easy access to 6th Avenue and I70. 

 

Amusement & Recreation

 

Pleasant View Neighborhood

The Pleasant View is a No HOA community in Golden, CO. Great location with easy access to I-70, 6th Avenue, light rail, the mountains, and city.

Contact Barry at 303.887.0588 to see this move-in ready house in Golden or other homes for sale in the Denver Metro area.

 

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