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Midcentury meets mountain lodge in this Colorado pad asking $739K

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It’s located in Golden, just 20 minutes outside of Denver

Interior shot of a double-height sun room with walls of glass and a seating area.
Check out the gorgeous sun room.
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Although this home in Golden, Colorado, was built in 1927, it’s being billed as midcentury modern—and it’s not difficult to see why. Measuring just over 3,000 square feet, the renovated four-bedroom features walls of glass and soaring ceilings with exposed beams that open onto lovely woodland views.

The residence also combines elements of a lodge, thanks to a wood-burning stove whose wall extends from the living area to the dining space, a stunning double-height sunroom, and the master bedroom with an impressive A-frame ceiling.

In the kitchen, the handmade floor tiles and backsplash lend a rustic air to the abode, while hardwood and stone make up the flooring throughout the house. A spiral staircase off the sunroom leads to an office mezzanine, and a spacious family den provides an additional area for gathering and relaxation.

That’s to say nothing of the ample outdoor living—and entertaining—opportunities the residence has to offer. A deck, small fenced-in yard, and, of course, the 1.8-acre hillside site with handsome rock outcroppings make this a nature-filled getaway. Just 20 minutes from downtown Denver and situated in the Mount Vernon Country Club, the property is located at 26054 Centennial Trail and is offered at $739,000.

Via: Estately, Kentwood City