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3 Bed | 2 Bath | 1,781 SQFT

In a quintessentially craftsman style, this 1920 bungalow enthralls from first glance. An inviting, covered front porch beckons, offering the perfect swing seat to nestle into. Set upon an oversized lot, well-maintained and mature landscaping surrounds the home, creating a sanctum within the lighted privacy fence. Once inside, the gas fireplace with its brick surround and original woodwork, including mantle, built-in bookcases with glass doors, and a built-in secretary’s desk, charms instantly. Hand-troweled, swirled ceilings and rich crown molding carry through to the dining room where an original, integral wooden buffet can be appreciated. Custom stained-glass windows illuminate these spaces. Throughout, decorative switch plates and vent covers, many of which are original to the home, provide a reminder of the quality craftsmanship of the era. The kitchen’s capacity for both modern amenities and classic ornamentation is unmatched. Here, upgraded stainless steel appliances and Corian countertops pair seamlessly with a fixed china hutch and a tailor-made, integrated breakfast booth. Access to the home’s multi-tiered Trex deck can be found through the kitchen and from the primary bedroom, providing options for quiet moments and perfect entertaining under the shade of the backyard’s large maple tree. Downstairs, a den and third bedroom provide flexible space for any need with an abundance of windows, exposed-brick wall, and a wood-burning stove. Other notable features include central A/C and a newer roof (2017). With Wash Park within half a mile, and Cherry Creek within two miles, the location of this property is superb. Between the oversized, private driveway and attached garage, leave all the vehicles at home and explore the neighborhood right outside; favorites include Lucille’s, Wash Perk, The Denver Biscuit Company, and the other, seemingly endless, options on South Broadway. There’s just so much to love about this spectacular home!

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