This 5-bedroom, 3-bath home is at 594 Wyoming Circle, Golden. (See below.)It was just listed at $675,000. You’ll love the updated kitchen with hardwood floor, slab granite counters, pantry, and gas fireplace! The updated master bath is also a highlight, with its fabulous shower and free-standing soaking tub. The stamped concrete patio has an inlaid vegetable garden and pergola. Vaulted ceilings give this home a spacious, welcoming feel which you and your guests will appreciate. And it’s in Golden proper! New exterior paint and roof, too. A bicycle-pedestrian trail to Downtown Golden is 1/2 block from the front door, and a trailhead for the North Table Mountain Open Space Park is a block away. Open House is Saturday, April 27th, 11-2. or call 303-525-1851 for a private showing. See interior pix and a narrated walk-through at www.MesaMeadowsHome.com.
Originally listed last week at $850,000, the sellers of 1230 Wyoming Street agreed today to reduce the listing price to $795,000. There’s more info and lots of pictures at www.MesaMeadowsHome.com. Click on the YouTube thumbnail below for a narrated walk-through plus aerial drone footage, then call your agent or Jim Smith at 303-525-1851 for a private showing!
This Genesee-built home at 1230 Wyoming Street has been the home of one of Golden’s pre-eminent families since just after it was built in 1997. Take a video tour at www.MesaMeadowsHome.com, including mountain views from both 1st & 2nd floors. This is a large house, with 4 bedrooms and 3½ baths spanning 3,596 finished square feet. It has a main-floor study, formal living and dining rooms, two family rooms (one in the basement) and an eat-in kitchen with access to a west-facing deck. There’s another 609 square feet of unfinished storage space in the walkout basement. It has a 3-car tandem garage, too. Access to a North Table Mountain trailhead is just 2 blocks north, and the path to downtown Golden (1.5 miles away) in Cressman Gulch park is one block west. It was just listed for $850,000. I’ll be holding it open Saturday, March 9th, 11 am to 2 pm.
This Genesee-built home at 1230 Wyoming Street, listed at $850,000, Shas been the home of one of Golden’s pre-eminent families since just after it was built in 1997. The summertime picture of the front yard only hints at the loving care this home has received over the past 20-plus years. See a gallery of 33 pictures of this home at www.MesaMeadowsHome.com, including pictures of the mountain view from the formal living room. This is a large house, with 4 bedrooms and 3½ baths spanning 3,596 finished square feet. There’s another 609 square feet of unfinished storage space in the walkout basement. It has a main-floor study, formal living and dining rooms, two family rooms (one in the basement) and an eat-in kitchen with access to a west-facing deck. It has a 3-car tandem garage, too. Access to the North Table Mountain open space park is just 2 blocks north, and the bicycle-pedestrian trail to downtown Golden (1½ miles away) is in Cressman Gulch park, just one block west.
Because the sellers are downsizing, there’s an estate sale happening this weekend, and the totally vacant home goes on the market next Wednesday, Feb. 27. Open Sat., Mar. 2, 1-4 pm.
Welcome to the “Cottages on Fairmount Lane” in unincorporated Jefferson County. The satellite picture at left shows the entire 22-home subdivision north of 50th Avenue, east of Indiana Street, with the red dot showing the location of 5055 Gladiola Way, (below) just listed for $575,000. You won’t find a quieter location or a better home. The seller is the original owner of this quality home built by Remington in 2013. Hardwood floors, slab granite countertops, stainless appliances (all included), open floor plan with vaulted ceiling, huge stamped concrete patio with pergola, included hot tub, main-floor study are just some of the features you’ll love about this home. See the magazine-quality photos and narrated video tour at www.FairmountHome.info, then call your agent or Jim Smith at 303-525-1851 to set a private showing. Open this Saturday, Feb. 16th, 1-4.