Open House Sunday 1-3 pm at this 1937 Golden farmhouse for sale!

This 3-bedroom, 2⅓-bath home sits on a 0.45-acre lot atop the hill behind Colorado Mills at 13400 W. 10th Avenue, Golden. Built in 1937, it has a country feel to it, with its gravel driveway circling an old tree and its split-rail fencing. Every room has either birch or walnut wood paneling — not synthetic paneling, but real wood paneling, in-cluding on the slanted ceilings upstairs! The kitchen cabinets are not factory built, but built to fit from birch wood by the now-deceased master craftsman who lived here. The living room fireplace is set in a wall of Silver Plume granite, with a walnut mantel. Built-in cabinetry abounds, and there are even built-in desks and shelving (of birch) in the upstairs bedrooms. Originally on well and septic, the home is now on public water. The grounds include multiple fruit trees — pear, apple, apricot and walnut — and all the trees are maintained by Schulhoff under a yearly contract. I love this house, and you will too!  To fully appreciate it, watch my narrated video tour at http://www.WideAcresHome.com, or just click on this photo thumbnail:

Just Listed: Home & Studio with 40-Year-Old Gardens

This house is owned by a woodworker and his artist wife. It was just listed at $725,000 by Chuck Brown. Every room in the house at 6404 Benton Street in Arvada features his handywork in alder, oak, cherry and other woods and her artistic touches. The updated kitchen and bathrooms also feature quartz countertops. I can’t do justice to this home in the limited space available here, so please go to www.ArvadaMasterpiece.info for a narrated video walk-through of this 1,585-sq.-ft. 1½-story Cape Cod home, its 1,800-sq.-ft. studio building, and detached 2-car garage with attic, not to mention the 2/3-acre lot with four-season gardens!  This home is a must-see for anyone interested in urban gardening as well as those in need of workshop/studio space with 240-Volt power, and anyone who loves great woodworking! Open Sat. & Sun, Sept. 7 & 8, from 11 to 2.   Call Chuck Brown, 303-885-7855, for more info or to arrange a private showing.