Not visible from the street is this home’s solar system, which meets most of this home’s electrical needs for only $137/month year-round. It is located at 5674 Fig Way in the Candlelight Valley subdivision adjacent to the Van Bibber open space park. A trailhead is just two blocks away. It’s a super quiet location, as you can tell by watching the narrated video tour at www.JeffcoSolarHomes.com. This home has a finished walk-out basement and has one of the larger lots — over 1/3 acre. Everything about this home is top shelf, including the gourmet kitchen with marble floor, granite countertops and built-in refrigerator. The walk-out basement is a mother-in-law apartment with its own kitchen. The expansive deck and covered patio provide additional entertainment possibilities. Listed at $797,000.
Open Saturday, June 30th, 1-4 pm.
This brick Tudor at 6585 W. 2nd Ave. will win the heart of any fan of great architecture. Built in 1945, it has its own well for both irrigation and household use — a great savings over public water. The entire second floor is a fabulous master suite. The basement is a mother-in-law suite with its own entrance and kitchen. The roof is new (2017) and the home is updated with brand new (2018) electrical service, central air conditioning, furnace, water heater and well pump. It has a detached 2-car garage. The location is great, too — on a quiet street close to Belmar and 6th Avenue expressway, and 1/2 block from O’Kane Park. For a narrated video tour of this great home, inside and out, visit its website at www.LakewoodHome.info. Then call Chuck at 303-885-7855 for a private showing. Open Saturday, June 16th, 11 to 2. Listed at $430,000.
Not visible from the street is this home’s solar system, which meets most of this home’s electrical needs for only $137/month year-round. It is located at 5674 Fig Way in the Candlelight Valley subdivision adjacent to the Van Bibber open space park. A trailhead is just two blocks away. It’s a super quiet location, as you can tell by watching (and listening to) the narrated video tour at www.CandlelightValleyHome.info. This home has a finished walk-out basement and is on one of the larger lots — over 1/3 acre. Everything about this home is top shelf, including the gourmet kitchen with marble floor, granite countertops and GE Monogram refrigerator. The walk-out basement is a mother-in-law apartment with its own kitchen. The expansive deck and covered patio provide additional entertainment possibilities. Now listed at $797,000.
Located a couple miles off the scenic Peak to Peak Highway, this charming 2-bed 1-bath mountain cabin at 39 Midway Drive is very private and has lots of natural light, a wood burning fireplace, washer/dryer hookups, and has well water and septic so it can be lived in year round or perfect for a getaway cabin. It sits on almost 2 acres and includes 2 adjoining lots for a total of nearly 4 acres of gently sloping usable land. It has a metal roof. There is plenty of room to build a garage or add on to the existing 550-sq.-ft. cabin. There’s a newer 10’x12’ Tuff Shed. The taxes are only $590/year, and the road is county maintained. Enjoy hiking, fishing, 4-wheeling, camping, or visit the nearby casinos for great food and entertainment. There’s good cell service, which is a rare bonus. Take a narrated video tour at www.GilpinCountyHome.info, then call Carrie at 303-907-1278 for a showing. No open houses at this time. Listed at $275,000.
A client of mine fell in love with a condo, in part because of its hardwood flooring. But within weeks of moving in, he’s now thinking of selling. Why? Because the hardwood flooring in the unit above him appears overly effective at transmitting the sound of both human and canine footfalls. Apparently the neighbor below him has noticed the same thing and has complained about the sound my client makes when he and his dog move about on their hardwood floors.
This raises an interesting question: Is there a reasonable way to construct a building’s floors so as to mitigate the transmission of sound from hardwood flooring?
Located at 10456 W. Dartmouth Ave. in the highly sought-after townhouse community of Pheasant Creek, this is a great opportunity for first-time home buyers! Bring your design ideas and make this home yours. This is currently the lowest priced Lakewood townhouse with a garage! Features include a main-level living room with wood burning fireplace, dining area and a smart kitchen space that accesses the deck — great for summertime BBQ’s! The two spacious bedrooms upstairs share a full bath. The basement has an 80-sq.ft. unfinished room behind the garage with included washer and dryer (and furnace and water heater). This townhome is move-in ready. Community amenities include a pool and basketball court. Close to trails, parks, restaurants and shopping. This is a great starter home in a great location and is priced to sell quickly! View the narrated video tour online at www.LakewoodTownhome.info, then call your agent or Andrew Lesko at 720-710-1000 for a private showing. He’ll be holding an open house on Saturday, May 5th, 11 am to 3 pm. See also www.GoldenTownhomes.com.
Last Saturday, the Lions Club of Golden dedicated to “All Golden Veterans” a gazebo it funded for the city’s Vanover Park. This is the 5th gazebo that the club has provided for city parks. Visit www.GoldenLionsClub.org for more info about the club, or call Lion Jim Smith at 303-525-1851.