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Charming brick bungalow in Denver historic district wants $595K

Built in 1900, it’s located in the Grant Street Historical District

Shot of two-story brick bungalow with porch set on a leafy street.
The 1900 home is located in the Grant Street Historical District.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

We love the cute color-themed rooms in this bungalow on Grant Street, a historic district in Denver, Colorado. Built in 1900, the 2,160-square-footer may only have two bedrooms and a single bath, but there’s still plenty of room to spread out thanks to its strong bones and healthy proportions.

A front porch beckons you into the brick abode, where a living room with fireplace, formal dining room, and a brilliantly blue kitchen with breakfast booth unfurl on the first floor. Hardwood floors and what appears to be original wooden door and window frames are found throughout, contributing to the warmth of the space.

Upstairs, where the staircase and hallway are wallpapered in light green stripes, two spacious bedrooms, one painted pale pink and the other a baby blue flank the remodeled bathroom—also green—that features wainscoting, a clawfoot tub, and brand new fixtures.

The little charmer also comes with a mudroom off the kitchen, a grassy yard with brick patio, and an all-brick two-car garage. Located at 169 South Grant Street in the West Wash Park neighborhood, the property is yours for $595,000.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty