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Charming ’50s home with contemporary upgrades wants $1.4M

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The Denver home offers an abundance of midcentury details and lush landscaping

Low brick house with lush landscaping.
Midcentury design comes of age.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: Denver, Colorado

Price: $1,387,000

Built in 1954, this rambling midcentury modern in Denver, Colorado, has been carefully updated over the years, combining complementary contemporary touches with many original details that are still intact. These include a delightfully vintage bathroom with mint green tiling, brick construction, interior brick accent walls, multiple fireplaces, and exposed beams.

Measuring over 4,500 square feet, the family residence features four spacious bedrooms over two stories and a large open-plan living area that comprises a lounge with a white brick hearth on one end and a dining area with its own stone fireplace on the other. A huge, modern custom kitchen with Heath Ceramics tiling completes this space, while a wraparound deck offers outdoor access and views over the gardens below.

The master suite is characterized by a brick accent wall and large windows, as well as an updated custom spa bathroom. The other bedrooms area also well appointed and get great light and could easily be turned into an office or studio if needed. Rounding out the home is a walk-out basement—also with a stone fireplace—with direct access to the landscaped grounds filled with perennials, evergreens, and bamboo.

Located at 4200 East Cedar Avenue, the property is offered at $1.387 million.


Via: Sotheby’s International Realty