It’s not often that a home comes on the market in the 12th Street Historic District in downtown Golden. This home at 1014 12th Street was built in 1900 as a single family home, but is currently divided into an up/down duplex. It was just listed by Ty Scrable for $1,300,000. Its refinished hardwood floors and high ceilings welcome you into the main level which has three bedrooms and one full bathroom. Upstairs you’ll find an additional unit consisting of two bedrooms and one bathroom. Both units have a nice deck sitting area in the back. The 3-car brick garage might be able to support an ADU, assuming the new zoning code allows it. Location, of course, is a prime selling point of this home, being in downtown Golden, close to Clear Creek and two blocks from the School of Mines campus. Take a narrated video tour at www.HistoricGoldenHome.com or by clicking on the thumbnail below, then come to the open house on Saturday, Oct. 9th, 10am to 2pm. To set a private showing, call your agent or Ty Scrable, 720-281-6783.
On January 1st, our listing at 623 14th Street goes off the market for a couple months. This 1867 home, built before Colorado was a state, and the lot behind it in downtown Golden represent a terrific opportunity. There are two parcels to this listing, a rectangular lot with the historic home, currently zoned commercial, and a vacant triangular lot behind it. That lot has a wind turbine and an electric vehicle charging station on it. View the narrated video tour and drone footage and read the history of this home at www.HistoricGoldenHome.com, then call 303-525-1851 for a private showing.
This 0.46-acre parcel at 623 14th Street in downtown Golden is a great development opportunity, whether or not you scrape the historic 2-story, 1,940-sq.-ft. building on the corner (barely visible through the trees in this aerial photograph). It is listed by Jim Smith at $996,000. There are 2 lots to this listing — a rectangular lot with that 1867 building (zoned commercial), and a triangular lot behind it. The vacant lot has a wind turbine and an electric vehicle charging station on it. This property has a storied history in the development of renewable energy and would make a great renewable energy sustainability plaza, but the buyer is free to develop it as he sees fit. What is required is to maintain access via easement to the garage and carport of the adjoining property. Visit www.HistoricGoldenHome.com to view a narrated video tour and drone video, then call Jim Smith at 303-525-1851 for more details and to arrange a private showing.
This house and lot on Jackson Street between 14th and 15th Streets in downtown Golden represents a terrific development opportunity, whether you improve or scrape the 2-story, 1,940-square-foot historic building on the corner (barely visible through the trees in this aerial photograph). It was just listed for $996,000. There are two lots to this listing, a rectangular lot with the building that is zoned commercial, and a triangular lot behind it and the brown home with solar panels. That brown home is owned by the same individual and will be available for purchase in 2+ years. The vacant land has a wind turbine and an electric vehicle charging station on it. This property has a storied history in the development of renewable energy and would make a great national renewable energy sustainability plaza. However, that is not a requirement for the buyer. What is required is to maintain access via easement through the vacant lot to the garage and carport of the adjoining brown home. View a narrated video tour and drone footage at www.HistoricGoldenHome.com, then call 303-525-1851 for a showing.