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Updated midcentury modern home with soaring great room asks $1M

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Located on a wooded site in Denver, Colorado

Exterior shot of two-story wooden home with  balcony, stone patio, and soaring glass expanses.
The 1966 home has been update for contemporary living.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Denver, Colorado

Price: $1,000,000

This midcentury modern home in Denver, Colorado, was originally built in 1966 and has since been updated. Located on a wooded site, the two-story residence takes advantage of the surrounding greenery by way of soaring spaces, glass expanses, and plenty of outdoor opportunities.

The 3,282-square-foot house is formed by wooden volumes punctuated by full-height windows, exposed beams, balconies, mezzanines, and a number of common spaces that make this a dynamic place to live.

Take the double-height great room, for instance. A towering stone fireplace anchors the space, where floor-to-ceiling windows let light flood in, extending to the dining room adjacent to it, as well as the mezzanine master suite above it.

From there, a remodeled kitchen and family room—with direct access to a patio—flow, while an open-tread staircase leads upstairs. Here, three additional bedrooms, a bathroom, plus an airy study round out the space.

Located at 1701 Fores Parkway, the property is offered at $1,000,000 even.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty