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Charming '20s Denver Bungalow With Japanese Flair Asks $475K

Good things come in small packages, indeed

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Location: Denver, Colorado

Price: $475,000

At 1,095 square feet (not counting the basement), this northeast Denver brick bungalow is a rather compact house. But from the brick-capped garden wall to the lush backyard with a centuries-old bonsai, you can tell it's a well-loved home that's charming in all the right places.

Besides the bonsai, the interior also offers a bit of Japanese style with Shoji screens softening the light flow from double-hung windows. The living room, anchored by a Craftsman mantel with Batchelder tiles, opens up to a dining area and kitchen, all featuring oak hardwood floors.

The main floor features two bedrooms, each with a perk of its own. The cobalt-blue master comes with a ladder to a lofted lounge area under a motorized skylight. The second bedroom has a door to the rear deck. Another sleeping and living area is in the finished basement. Take a closer look.