Five Oldest Homes For Sale in Denver

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Although not nearly as old as cities back east, Denver has quite a few historic homes built in the 19th century. While some have fallen into disrepair, many of these venerable homes have been meticulously maintained and restored over the decades. Here are five of the oldest homes currently on the market in Denver.

1. 3147 Vallejo St

Year built: 1886

Neighborhood: Lower Highland

Beds: 3

Baths: 2.5

Square Footage: 1,660

Price: $625,000

Featured in Victorian Homes Magazine, this home has been extensively restored and upgraded. All bathrooms and the kitchen have been remodeled. Check out the vintage fireplace and mantle! Last sold in 2002 for $199,900. More info and pics HERE Offered by Porchlight Real Estate Group.

INSIDER TIP: A vapor barrier has been installed in the partial basement, allowing for dry storage.

2. 449 Galapago St

Year built: 1886

Neighborhood: Baker

Beds: 3

Baths: 3

Square Footage: 1,710

Price: $565,000

Another  home that has been lovingly restored and modernized, while still keeping plenty of historic charm. All the important stuff is new: windows, roof, hot water heater, electrical, flooring, etc. Last sold in May 2015 for $300,000. More info and pics HERE Offered by Your Castle Real Estate Inc.

INSIDER TIP: Was briefly under contract in mid March, but came back on the market on 3/25.

3. 2329 King St

Year built: 1890

Neighborhood: Sloan’s Lake

Beds: 4

Baths: 4

Square Footage: 3,415

Price: $800,000

Classic Victorian in an up and coming neighborhood. There are 3 upper bedrooms and one in the finished basement. Huge gourmet kitchen! Last sold in 2012 for $552,705. More info and pics HERE Offered by Prestigio Real Estate.

INSIDER TIP: New roof and sump pump.

4. 254 Pennsylvania St

Year built: 1890

Neighborhood: Washington Park

Beds: 4

Baths: 4

Square Footage: 3,305

Price: $689,000

What a gorgeous blend of old and new. Aside from all the fine upgrades throughout, the 3 car detached garage is also noteworthy. We especially love the extra roomy master bath. More info and pics HERE Offered by Re/Max Cherry Creek.

INSIDER TIP: Though the home is listed as in Washington Park, it’s technically to the north of that neighborhood.

5. 1271 Lafayette St

Year built: 1891

Neighborhood: Cheeseman Park

Beds: 4

Baths: 2.5

Square Footage: 3,553

Price: $689,000

And now for something completely different!  This brick/stone “castle” is the largest of the group and looks even older than its age in some ways. Inside the imposing Medieval facade is a partially updated home that’s perfect for fans of woodwork and purple tones. More info and pics HERE Offered by Cherry Creek Properties Llc.

INSIDER TIP: This home is tenant-occupied through May 15, 2016.

 

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