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Midcentury modern home gets bright makeover, asks $1.5M

James Sudler designed the home in 1953

Exterior shot of low-roofed, single-story brick home with driveway and garage.
The Hilltop home was designed by local architect James Sudler.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Denver, Colorado

Price: $1,499,000

This Denver, Colorado, home was designed by local architect James Sudler and completed in 1953. Since then, it has gotten a refreshing makeover that preserves the bones of its midcentury modern architecture while updating it for contemporary living.

Located in the Hilltop neighborhood, the 4,247-square-foot rancher features a brick and wood construction, glass expanses, and a flowing floorplan that makes the residence a sunny and inviting place to live.

From the courtyard, one enters the home and is greeted by a living area with a brick hearth and framed with a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows that look onto a yard. An equally illuminated dining space flows from there, as does a huge new custom kitchen with marble countertops and breakfast bar, and a cozy family room.

Four spacious bedrooms and all-new bathrooms make up the private quarters, including a finished basement that comprises a guest bedroom, bath, family room, and seating area. Floors are done in pale, wide-plan floorboards. Located at 277 South Dexter Street, the property is offered at just under $1.5 million.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty