South Golden Home Listed by Jim Swanson

344 Poppy Street — Just Listed for $595,000

Golden Heights is a small residential subdivision nestled behind the industrial area west of the Jeffco Fairgrounds at the end of the 6th Avenue frontage road. It has its own city-maintained park with playground which is just one block west of this home. The seller has beautifully updated and freshened this 4-bedroom home at 344 Poppy St., which has a 24’x26’ undivided addition with its own 3/4 bathroom and exterior access suitable for a mother-in-law apartment, art studio, rehearsal studio or whatever you want. The large fenced backyard includes two sheds and space for a garden. The oversized garage is insulated, finished and painted, with an epoxy floor. The kitchen has new slab granite countertops. All in all, this home is move-in ready. With its newer vinyl windows and paint, you’d be hard pressed to find anything that needs improving! Take the video tour at www.SouthGoldenHome.com, then call your agent or Jim Swanson at 303-929-2727 for a private showing.   He’ll be holding it open this Saturday, June 5th, from 11am to 2pm.

Open floor plan, wood laminate flooring and slab granite countertops!
Updated eat-in kitchen with pantry
Backyard features this deck, two sheds, garden area and door to 640-SF addition.
The 640-SF addition has its own 3/4 bathroom and exterior door to street.
The oversized 1-car garage is insulated and finished with epoxy floor.

Author: Golden Real Estate, Inc.

Golden Real Estate is a prominent member of the Denver/Jefferson County real estate scene. Based in Golden, we service both Denver and Jeffco, representing both buyers and sellers. We're well known for Broker Jim Smith's weekly "Real Estate Today" column published in the Denver and Jeffco editions of the Denver Post's YourHub section each Thursday. The column also appears in several weekly newspapers and is archived at www.JimSmithColumns.com. We have nine agents, all of whom are Realtors and EcoBrokers. Our office is Net Zero Energy since December 2017, and several of us drive electrics cars. Known for our sustainable practices, we accept polystyrene (aka "Styrofoam") for recycling, keeping 200 cubic yards per year out of area landfills.

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