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Revamped midcentury home frames killer views in Colorado, wants $785K

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The home in Parker was built in 1965

Interior shot of living room at dusk showing the sunset through sliding glass doors. The room features tounge-and-groove ceiling, exposed beams, fireplace, and sleek, cushioned furniture in neutral tones.
Look at that sunset.
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Location: Parker, Colorado

Price: $785,000

Recently renovated, this 1965 home in Parker, a historic horse ranching town 40 minutes southeast of Denver, spotlights midcentury modern design with its clean lines, low profile, open-plan living, and walls of glass that frame the surrounding landscape.

The front of the house is clad in brick with clerestory windows that peek into the expansive living room. Here, tongue-and-groove ceilings, exposed beams that extend outside, large fireplace, and sliding glass doors combine to create a picture of period living. A 40-foot redwood deck runs along the space, providing seamless access to the outdoors.

The updated eat-in kitchen includes two ovens and other stainless steel appliances, and the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet resides in a private wing. Downstairs, three additional bedrooms, a family room, laundry, and storage are found. Located at 12599 Pine Cone Road in Ponderosa Hills on nearly three acres, the home is offered at $785,000.