Weekly Snapshot: Highlands Oct. 23 – 29

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For information on what’s newly listed or just sold in your neighborhood, click on the link below.

 

Lower Highlands

New Listings – 2

Sold – 2

 

West Highland

New Listings – 8

Sold – 6

 

Sloan’s Lake

New Listings – 4

Sold – 2

 

Sunnyside

New Listings – 4

Sold – 6

 

Berkeley

New Listings – 3

Sold – 4

 

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2225 Perry St, Denver: A Sloan’s Lake Review

2225 Perry St was reviewed over the past few days in the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood in Denver. Read below to find out more about 8z Real Estate’s take on this listing, and follow Highlands Pulse on Facebook!

 

2225 Perry St  SLOANS

 

The Specs:

Address: 2225 Perry St, Denver, CO 80211

Price: $839,000

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 4

Total Square Feet: 2,377

Year Built: 1949

Original List Date: 10/17/2014

Location: Sloan’s Lake

 

The Scoop:

 

If you know me then you know that I love both historical and modern new built homes.  This modern beauty sits only three blocks from the quiet end of Sloan’s Lake – the part of the lake I love the most.

 

You will find beautiful finishes throughout and good use of letting the let shine in. On the main floor there is a generous patio in both the front and rear of the home and the second level has a good size wrap around deck which lends well to the upper bed rooms and family area too.

 

I really like this home but I have difficulty with the size of the main floor space.  It is just too cozy for me. The living room literally has the powder room right there – I would have difficulty wanting to use this room if I had guests or if I were the guest.

 
Looking at the great location, the finishes, the fact that it is a detached home and not a new built duplex, and all above grade, this home feels priced right at $839,000.  But I cannot shake the feeling that it may take a bit to find the homeowner that can appreciate the floor plan.

 

 

The Score:

Below are my overall ratings for 2225 Perry St, Denver, CO 80211:

Layout/Floor Plan: 3

Finishes: 4

Condition: 4

Curb Appeal/Landscaping: 3

Neighborhood/Outdoor Amenities: 3

Overall Value: 3

 

The listing agent for this property is Angela Rossi with Rossi Realty Inc. For additional photos, a list of inclusions and the details on the home’s design features, click here to visit the property’s profile on  8z.com: 2225 Perry St, Denver, CO 80211

 

Need a market expert’s assistance? To check the status of this listing, or see other homes in the Sloan’s Lake area contact 8z REALTOR Brenda Meyers at 303-883-5856 or brenda.meyers@8z.com.

 

Have you viewed the home above? Do you agree with our listing review? Let us know! Please feel free to submit your comments below.

 

2257 Lowell Blvd, Denver: A Sloan’s Lake Review

2257 Lowell Blvd was reviewed over the past few days in the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood in Denver. Read below to find out more about 8z Real Estate’s take on this listing, and follow Highlands Pulse on Facebook!

 

2257 Lowell Blvd SLOANS

 

The Specs:

Address: 2257 Lowell Blvd, Denver, CO 80211

Price: $630,000

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4

Total Square Feet: 3,002

Year Built: 2005

Original List Date: 10/20/2014

Location: Sloan’s Lake

 

The Scoop:

 

WOW!  What a beautiful front yard – I really wanted to swing in the tree swing.   This home says attached, and technically it is, but I wish it could be listed in the MLS at detached as this is how it lives, as a detached home.  I didn’t verify this but I am presuming this home, which was built in 2005, was built and just barely attached to the neighboring home that clearly was built much earlier in order to conform to the zoning requirements on what was most likely a large corner lot.

 

4 beds and 4 baths, large main open floor plan.  This home is a great entertaining home due to the large main floor living space open to kitchen and dining and outdoor spaces.  The top floor is laid out in a traditional manner with 3 beds and 2 baths.  The basement space has a fourth bed and bath and a family room with wet bar too.  This is truly a lovely home that is quality built.  It just listed on October 20th so I do hope that it isn’t passed by due to how the MLS is searched [attached vs detached homes].

 

Great value when you consider the quality custom built home of 2,850 square feet at $221 per finished sq ft.

 

 

 

The Score:

Below are my overall ratings for 2257 Lowell Blvd, Denver, CO 80211:

Layout/Floor Plan: 5

Finishes: 4

Condition: 4

Curb Appeal/Landscaping: 4

Neighborhood/Outdoor Amenities: 3

Overall Value: 4

 

The listing agent for this property is Paul Stone with Redfin Corporation. For additional photos, a list of inclusions and the details on the home’s design features, click here to visit the property’s profile on  8z.com: 2257 Lowell Blvd, Denver, CO 80211

 

Need a market expert’s assistance? To check the status of this listing, or see other homes in the Sloan’s Lake area contact 8z REALTOR Brenda Meyers at 303-883-5856 or brenda.meyers@8z.com.

 

Have you viewed the home above? Do you agree with our listing review? Let us know! Please feel free to submit your comments below.

 

3922 W 26th Ave, Denver: A Sloan’s Lake Review

3922 W 26th Ave was reviewed over the past few days in the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood in Denver. Read below to find out more about 8z Real Estate’s take on this listing, and follow Highlands Pulse on Facebook!

 

3922 W 26th Ave SLOANS

 

The Specs:

Address: 3922 W 26th Avenue, Denver, CO 80211

Price: $422,000

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Total Square Feet: 1,772

Year Built: 1942

Original List Date: 09/17/2014

Location: Sloan’s Lake

 

The Scoop:

 

This cozy 3 bedroom and 2 bath home has been nicely renovated with good finishes, typical 2 car detached garage and average lot size.

 

Was originally listed Sept. 17 for $449,000 which was overpriced.  There have been quite a few small price decreases to it’s current list price of $422,000.   Looking at true comparables there have been homes of this size, layout and overall condition/finishes that sold higher than the current list price, but it is my opinion that there are a few differences that lead to this home still being available while the others went under contract quite quickly. First, the other homes were during the hottest market, summer, where we are now in fall. But that alone isn’t the main distinction.  It is the price this one began at that I believe lost potential buyers from even seeing the home.  Yes, still a seller’s market in Sloan’s but the list price still needs to be spot on.

 

This home was built in 1942 but will live like a nicely updated home.  886 sq feet on main level and that again in basement. Good size baths, laundry room and a family room in addition to living room. The kitchen is contemporary but still warm.  The living room and family room are a bit small, but still a very nicely renovated home that will sell, but may see another price drop.  Wish it had originally listed for $424,000.

 

 

 

The Score:

Below are my overall ratings for 3922 W 26th Ave, Denver, CO 80211:

Layout/Floor Plan: 3

Finishes: 3

Condition: 4

Curb Appeal/Landscaping: 3

Neighborhood/Outdoor Amenities: 3

Overall Value: 3

 

The listing agent for this property is Frank Cefaratti with Cantafio & Fischer Realty. For additional photos, a list of inclusions and the details on the home’s design features, click here to visit the property’s profile on  8z.com: 3922 W 26th Ave, Denver, CO 80211

 

Need a market expert’s assistance? To check the status of this listing, or see other homes in the Sloan’s Lake area contact 8z REALTOR Brenda Meyers at 303-883-5856 or brenda.meyers@8z.com.

 

Have you viewed the home above? Do you agree with our listing review? Let us know! Please feel free to submit your comments below.

 

Quick Tip Tuesday: When To Replace 13 Common Household Items

This week’s Quick Tip Tuesday brought to you by BrightNest

 

 

Household items like loofahs and pillows collect bacteria like Daniel Day-Lewis collects Oscars, so you don’t want to keep them past their prime.

 

Here are 13 items that don’t age well (and the best times to replace them):

 

One Month or Less

 

Shower Loofahs

Toss every 2-3 weeks.

Why: Bacteria absolutely loves to grow in the damp nooks and crannies of your loofah. It’s like a soapy petri dish in there. Toss sooner than three weeks if you notice mold or if your loofah smells like mildew.

 

Kitchen Sponges

Replace every 2-3 weeks, or if your sponge is frayed or smelly.

Why: Sponges are damp and porous, which makes them BFFs with bacteria. If you use a filthy sponge to “clean” surfaces like your kitchen countertop, you’ll actually spread bacteria around instead of removing it. To keep things extra clean, disinfect your sponges once a week by microwaving them for two minutes. Let the sponge cool completely before using it again.

 

Baking Soda (in the Fridge)

Replace every month.

Why: Baking soda absorbs fridge odors, but over time will lose its de-stinking power. That’s why Arm and Hammer recommends replacing your baking soda boxes in the fridge or freezer at least once a month for maximum effectiveness.

 

3-6 Months

 

Refrigerator Water Filters

Replace every 3 months (or as advised on package).

Why: When past its prime, your filter can build up mold and bacteria. This means if you don’t regularly replace your fridge’s filter, you’re actually adding unhealthy stuff back into your water, instead of filtering it out.

 

Toothbrush

Replace every 3-4 months.

Why: The American Dental Association says that at four months, your toothbrush bristles become worn and won’t clean your teeth nearly as well – making your pearly whites more prone to cavities and decay. Tip: Instead of tossing your over-the-hill brush, use your old toothbrush for cleaning hard to clean spots like grout.

 

HVAC Filters

Change every 3-6 months.

Why: A dirty air filter will make your furnace or A/C work harder, wasting energy and costing you money. It can also contribute to indoor air pollution and more dust in your home.

 

1-2 Years

 

Pillows

Replace every 1-2 years, disinfect every 6 months.

Why: We hate to break it to you, but dirt, dust mites, body oils and dead skin all get trapped in your pillow. Be sure to wash your pillows every six months, and part ways with them at least every year.

 

Ground Spices

Toss after 1 year.

Why: Most ground spices begin to lose their potency and flavor after two years (some experts say you should replace them every six months, but we think that’s a little intense).

 

Bathroom Mats

Toss after 1-2 years.

Why: Think about it: bath mats usually sit on your floor, soaked with water from when you get out of the shower. It’s a triple-whammy of floor, feet and water – an environment mold and mildew thrive in.

 

Windex, Wood Cleaner and Mr. Clean

Toss after 2 years.

Why: These cleaning products don’t have expiration dates on the bottles, but they will lose their potency and effectiveness after about two years.

 

3 Years or More

 

Fire Extinguisher

Replace (or service) every 5 years.

Why: Over time, fire extinguishers lose pressure, making them less effective and unsafe. Inspect your fire extinguisher once a year and check the pressure to make sure your extinguisher is up to snuff.

 

Mattresses

Replace every 5-10 years.

Why: After ten years, almost all mattresses will stop offering the support you need for a good night’s sleep (some start slacking after just five).

 

Smoke Detectors

Replace every 10 years.

Why: After ten years, smoke detectors wear out and will become less effective. And, about 30 percent of smoke detectors that are ten years old don’t work at all! Check the age of your smoke detector today.

 

 

 

Geographic Mobility and Highlands

 

Geographic mobility and stability – the tendency of residents to stay in one area or to move frequently – varies from neighborhood to neighborhood for any number of reasons. According to city-data.com, average neighborhood stability – the tendency of residents to live in the same place for over one year – in our Pulse sites is about 80%, meaning, about eight out of ten stay put for over twelve months.

 

So does that mean that neighborhoods with lower geographic stability, or higher mobility are less desirable than others? Not at all. For example, in neighborhoods like all three sub-areas Highlands , all of whose geographic mobility is 80%, one finds a combination of homeowners who have been here Forever, since time began, and renters, who flux. Mobile renters have a number of characteristics – they can be students or visiting faculty at a university, on temporary assignment at prestigious corporations or research institutes, or simply “testing out” a neighborhood in a new city while deciding where to buy. In fact, renters can move from house to house in the same neighborhood each year before buying in.

 

What is more important is how neighbors – long and short term – bond to create a real “hood” for safety, security, and just plain neighborliness. Research shows that strong communities with shared events – picnics, school events, or whatever – are the most desirable ones for prospective buyers. And even if the renter next door that you come to love leaves, there’s always social media for staying in touch.

Properties Sold in Lower Highlands: 3rd Quarter 2014

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Here is a brief overview of the 92 sold properties from Denver’s Lower Highlands  over the past three months. For additional details on all sold properties, please visit our neighborhood map here: Lower Highlands.

 

3rd Quarter Sold Properties:

 

Address Price Beds Baths Square Feet *DTC
1441 CENTRAL Street 206 $155,000 0 1 587 308
3327 Eliot Street $198,000 1 1 538 8
2520 Kensing Court $200,000 1 1 556 1
2482 W Argyle Place $240,000 1 1 711 12
1417 W 34th Avenue $288,000 2 1 1,000 3
2634 W 33rd Avenue $290,000 2 1 1,327 5
3068 Umatilla Street A $307,000 1 2 1,038 24
3617 Kalamath Street $310,000 0 2 1,676 48
3628 Federal Boulevard $310,000 4 2 2,210 13
2560 17th Street 110 $313,000 2 1 835 4
1555 Central Street 306 $322,000 1 1 888 29
3548 Tejon Street $325,000 3 1 1,098 4
1441 Central Street 304 $325,000 2 2 902 2
1735 W 36th Avenue $340,000 2 1 1,201 34
3343 Mariposa Street $345,000 2 2 1,285 27
1441 Central Street 314 $350,000 2 2 1,052 2
3025 Umatilla Street 109 $352,500 2 2 1,020 4
1441 Central Street 509 $355,000 2 2 1,144 2
2745 W 36th Ave $361,875 2 1 1,380 4
1930 W 36th Avenue $384,900 3 2 1,450 3
1925 W 32nd Avenue 105 $389,000 2 2 1,361 11
3529 Quivas Street $410,000 2 1 1,500 30
3139 Vallejo Street $412,500 2 2 1,066 2
2951 Wyandot Street $415,000 1 2 1,688 5
3349 Navajo Street $430,000 1 1 649 2
3555 Clay Street $448,000 3 2 1,564 18
2460 W 29th Ave $450,000 2 2 1,224 31
3638 Tejon Street $462,000 5 2 2,420 2
2441 W Caithness Place $465,000 3 2 1,971 57
3610 Wyandot Street $465,000 3 1 1,300 32
3036 Zuni Street $475,140 2 4 1,678 0
2200 W 29th Avenue 404 $490,000 2 2 1,191 49
2746 W 37th Avenue $495,000 3 2 2,396 5
2900 wyandot Street 101 $499,000 3 3 2,002 47
3735 Eliot Street $515,000 3 2 2,529 35
2636 17th Street $525,000 2 2 1,480 3
3526 Clay Street $530,000 4 2 2,248 4
2033 W 30th Avenue B $532,000 2 2 1,491 3
1886 W 32nd Avenue $539,000 2 4 1,461 48
3101 Zuni Street $542,000 3 4 1,622 42
1851 W 35th Avenue $550,000 4 3 2,138 144
3617 Navajo Street $551,241 3 4 1,947 265
3613 Navajo Street $579,150 3 3 1,922 477
2508 W Caithness Place $592,000 3 3 2,019 14
1574 W 35th Avenue $599,000 2 4 1,770 28
3621 Navajo Street $602,571 3 3 1,940 356
3336 Tejon Street 3 $620,000 3 4 1,972 27
3504 Pecos Street $635,000 3 4 2,318 62
3443 Bryant Street $639,800 4 4 2,658 86
1842 W 33RD Avenue $659,000 3 4 2,463 2
1717 Boulder Street $685,000 4 4 2,185 91
3217 Quivas Street $690,000 3 4 2,600 6
2917 Umatilla Street $699,000 3 3 2,070 56
3607 Navajo Street $700,000 3 3 1,940 45
3455 Quivas Street $717,500 4 4 3,231 15
1932 W 35th Avenue $719,000 4 4 2,532 12
2934 Wyandot Street $752,000 4 3 3,342 89
2825 Vallejo Street $810,000 4 4 3,169 70
2223 W 34th Avenue $830,000 3 5 3,025 44
2225 W 34th Avenue $850,000 3 5 3,025 5
2621 W Caithness Place $865,000 3 3 2,653 31
3337 Shoshone Street $1,130,000 5 5 4,210 43

*Days to Contract

 

3rd Quarter Stats:

 

Homes sold 63
Average Sold Price $498,382
Median Sold Price $475,5140
Average Days to Contract 47
Average Square Footage 1,766
Average Price per Square Foot $297.98

 

 

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I am part of our Highlands community. Visit our online community, HighlandsPulse.com, for the inside scoop on what neighbors care about most. Like us at Facebook.com/HighlandsPulse

 


Lauren Gates

8z REALTOR

303.993.9770,  Lauren.Gates@8z.com

LaurenGates.8z.com

 

 

8z Office Address:

8z Real Estate

2525 16 St #225

Denver, CO 80211

Properties Sold in Sloan’s Lake: 3rd Quarter 2014

Here is a brief overview of sold listings from this market over the past three months in Denver’s Sloan’s Lake neighborhood. 

 

 

Properties that Sold this Past Quarter:

 

Address Sold Price Beds Baths Sq Ft DTC*
2250  Quitman Street 18 $160,000 1 1 537 27
2646  HOOKER Street $188,000 2 1 704 10
2453  Grove Street $191,000 1 1 807 25
3311 W 27th Avenue $223,500 1 1 784 0
3832 W 25th Avenue $280,000 2 1 1,089 3
2461  yates Street $282,500 2 1 747 13
2213  King Street $308,000 3 2 1,548 6
2830  Wolff Street $309,900 3 1 1,232 1
2501  Grove Street 206 $325,000 2 2 1,007 15
3730 W 24th Avenue $330,000 3 2 1,480 1
3938 W 24th Avenue $355,000 3 2 1,459 3
2644  Julian Street $360,000 4 2 1,624 2
3335 W 26th Avenue $360,000 3 2 1,798 3
2021  Perry Street $362,000 4 2 1,877 4
2661  Osceola Street $369,500 4 3 1,944 37
2450  Julian Street $375,000 2 2 1,658 4
2691  Osceola Street $378,000 4 3 1,944 18
2735  Zenobia Street $379,000 3 2 1,551 3
2441  Julian Street $380,500 2 1 920 13
2342  Irving Street $386,000 3 1 1,768 1
2535  Hooker Street $413,000 4 2 1,910 2
3105 W 26th Ave $417,500 2 2 1,416 10
2500  Raleigh Street $418,000 2 1 1,023 23
2425  Federal Boulevard $426,000 3 3 2,032 1
2620  Quitman Street $432,000 3 2 1,850 19
2101  Julian Street $449,000 3 2 1,926 2
2666  Stuart Street $449,350 3 2 1,866 4
2464  Meade Street $452,000 2 2 1,384 5
2325  Julian Street $475,000 4 3 2,775 75
3401 W 26th Avenue $479,000 4 2 2,484 133
2820  Meade Street $505,500 3 2 1,443 2
2810  Hazel Court $521,500 6 4 3,395 1
4525 W 26th Avenue $540,000 3 3 2,160 18
1921  Hooker Street $560,000 3 1 1,106 3
3086 W 27th Avenue $635,000 5 4 3,082 34
2710  Irving Street $649,900 4 5 3,050 3
2712  Irving Street $649,900 4 5 3,050 7
3715 W 26th Avenue $649,900 4 4 3,342 80
3425 W 26th Avenue $755,000 4 5 4,063 79
3909 W 20th Avenue $815,000 3 2 2,159 7

*Days to Contract

 

Stats from Corresponding Quarter:

 

Total Properties Sold 40
Average Sold Price $424,886
Median Sold Price $399,500
Average Days to Contract 17
Average Square Footage 1,800
Average Price per Square Foot $256.02

 

 

8z Real Estate HomeSpotter app takes house hunting on the go:  It’s like Radar for Real Estate!

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Contact Your Market Expert:

I am your local real estate expert and am proud to be part of our Sloan’s Lake community.
Like me at Facebook.com/BrendaMeyers8z

 

Brenda Meyers

8z REALTOR®

303.883.5856, brenda.meyers@8z.com
BrendaMeyers.8z.com

 

8z Office Address:

2525 16th St, #225

Denver, CO 80211

Properties Sold in West Highlands: 3rd Quarter 2014

For new listings, market stats, and the inside scoop on our community, follow Highlands Pulse on Facebook.

 

Here is a brief overview of the 53 sold properties from the West Highland’s market over the past three months. 

 

3rd Quarter Stats:

Address Price Sq ft Beds Baths DTC*
Single Family Homes
3420 No Tennyson Street 104 $175,000 545 1 1 4
4718 W 36th Avenue $257,000 784 2 1 9
3775 Zenobia Street $325,000 2,250 4 3 127
5012 W 35th Avenue $328,600 976 2 1 5
4821 W 36th Avenue $332,000 1,613 4 1 3
3321 Vrain Street $335,840 2,161 2 2 13
3525 Stuart Street $355,000 950 2 1 2
3105 Raleigh Street $365,000 1,552 2 1 1
4910 Hayward Place $365,000 1,844 3 1 36
4729 W 31st Avenue $365,000 1,132 2 1 24
3746 Perry Street $376,500 1,943 4 2 161
3273 Vrain Street $381,000 1,577 2 1 5
5075 W Moncrieff Place $396,000 1,184 2 1 4
3254 W Fairview Place $419,500 1,655 3 3 25
3720 Lowell Boulevard $423,200 1,210 3 2 1
4636 W 32nd Avenue $424,250 1,782 3 2 7
3036 Osceola Street $430,000 1,487 2 1 3
3416 W 34th Avenue $432,000 1,300 3 2 2
4621 W 30th Avenue $440,000 2,027 3 2 68
3375 W 37TH Avenue $440,000 1,341 3 2 50
3602 Perry Street $445,000 1,736 3 2 18
4805 W 31st Avenue $450,000 2,632 3 2 6
3330 W 30th Avenue $455,000 1,997 3 2 11
4700 W 32nd Avenue $460,000 2,180 4 3 16
4816 W 34th Avenue $475,000 1,578 3 2 6
3485 W 33rd Avenue $495,000 2,022 3 3 69
3435 W 34th Avenue $510,000 1,465 3 2 5
3420 Raleigh Street $510,000 2,001 3 3 65
4581 W 36th Avenue $516,000 2,319 4 4 14
4608 W 36th Avenue $523,005 3,190 4 3 50
3631 Quitman Street $535,000 1,935 3 2 32
3454 W 33rd Avenue $555,000 1,834 2 3 6
3246 NEWTON Street $557,500 2,004 4 3 42
3315 Stuart Street $592,000 2,177 3 2 0
3349 W 32nd Avenue $610,000 2,099 4 3 15
4622 W 33rd Avenue $615,000 2,674 3 3 25
3440 W Moncrieff Place $735,000 3,193 4 3 6
3122 Osceola Street $1,050,000 4,067 5 5 61

*Days to Contract 

 

Single Family Homes
Number Properties Sold 38
Average Days to Contract 26
Median Days to Contract 12
Average Square Footage $1,853
Average Price per Square Foot $262
Average Sold Price $459,326
Median Sold Price $440,000

 

 

 

Address Price Sq ft Beds Baths DTC*
Condos & Townhomes
4430 W 35th Avenue 2 $139,000 670 1 1 19
3420 No Tennyson Street 104 $175,000 545 1 1 4
3727 Federal Boulevard $224,000 1,593 2 1 149
3746 Yates Street $235,000 848 2 2 7
3249 W Fairview Place 202 $246,000 980 1 2 13
3068 W 37th Avenue $258,000 810 2 1 33
4949 W 36th Avenue $284,000 945 2 1 43
3299 Lowell Boulevard 101 $335,000 1,075 1 1 3
3299 Lowell Boulevard 304 $341,000 1,040 2 1 49
4527 W 37th Avenue 1 $368,000 1,442 2 3 25
3650 Utica Street 2 $390,000 1,605 3 3 7
2936 Perry Street $595,000 2,831 4 4 33
3058 Newton Street $625,000 2,837 4 4 13
3540 Stuart Street $635,000 2,280 4 3 85
3536 Stuart Street $635,000 2,280 4 3 78

*Days to Contract 

 

Condos & Townhomes
Number Properties Sold 15
Average Days to Contract 37
Median Days to Contract 25
Average Square Footage $1,452
Average Price per Square Foot $263
Average Sold Price $365,667
Median Sold Price $335,000

 

Total Volume Sold: $22,764,395

 

 

8z Real Estate HomeSpotter app takes house hunting on the go:  It’s like Radar for Real Estate!

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Contact Your Market Expert:

 

I am part of our Highlands community. Visit our online community, HighlandsPulse.com, for the inside scoop on what neighbors care about most. Like us at Facebook.com/HighlandsPulse

 

Ryan Carter
Broker/Owner

303.332.3611
Ryan@8z.com
RyanCarter.8z.com

 

8z Office Address:

2525 16 St #225

Denver, CO 80211

 

2630 Yates St, Denver: A Done Deal in Sloan’s Lake

 

 

2630 Yates  Sloan's Lake

2630 Yates Street was just evaluated in the Sloan’s Lake neighborhood in Denver. Was this a good deal? Our 8z Neighborhood Expert knows and dishes the scoop on this recently sold home.

 

Listed at: $575,000

Sold for: $550,000

 

I reviewed this home on July 21 and the review is here: 2630 Yates St, Denver: A Sloan’s Lake Review

 

In an nut shell I loved the kitchen, bath, basement updates and the patio. Great location a block away from the lake. Felt it was a bit overpriced. Listed July 15, it originally went under contract on Aug 2 but came back on the market Aug 12 and then back under contract Aug 31 with a Oct 17 sale date. List price was $575k and it sold for $550k with 38 days on the market.

 

Block away from the lake and modern amenities make this house a great Sloan’s Lake home.

 

 

Need a market expert’s assistance? To see homes in the area contact 8z REALTOR Brenda Meyers at brenda.meyers@8z.com.

 

Have you viewed the home above? Do you agree with Brenda? Let us know! Please feel free to submit your comments below.