Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Check out Liz's new listing

2405 Bryant Street - $499,000
True modernist design engulfs every inch of this light filled townhome. Situated on a quiet block in Jefferson Park, this stunner has sweeping downtown and mountain views from almost every window and deck. Other features include: 11ft ceilings, 8ft solid core doors, 2nd master suite, tankless hot water heater, floor to ceiling windows, 2 car garage with extra room for storage, Kenmore Professional Series stainless steel appliances, slab granite, and truly one of the best rooftop decks in town! Indeed the best of form meeting function.

Monday, June 20, 2011

Around the corner: The 7 highs of Denver's Highlands neighborhood

The Highlands are hot. Just ask your Realtor friend, Liz Richards. Highland and West Highland are some of the city's most walkable neighborhoods, with wide sidewalks along tree-lined streets and a fancy pedestrian bridge connecting them to downtown.

Of Denver's many vibrant neighborhoods, few have the posh, old-city appeal of the Highlands. With their bountiful restaurants, boutiques, bars and shops, the northwest Denver neighborhoods have grown into a commercial behemoth — and some of the most-desired places for young professionals to hang their purses after a long night of bar-hopping.

here's a short list of seven favorite corners in the Highlands:

1. West 32nd Avenue and Zuni StreetSignature business: Pasquini's Highlands, a flashy north Denver location of the venerable local pizzeria. (2400 W. 32nd Ave.)

Local aesthetic: Once a sleepy intersection, this crossroads is now hopping. The mixture of the old (dilapidated Geno's Liquor) and new (renovated Zio Romolo's Alley Bar, attached to Pasquini's) is likable, but something tells us it won't be long before this is one of the hottest corners in all of Denver.

Don't miss: The excellent Duo, a lovely and intimate fine-dining experience. (2413 W. 32nd Ave.)

2. West 36th Avenue and Tejon Street
Signature business: Lechuga's Italian Restaurant, an old-Denver staple with legendary cannolis called "Devils" and a back lounge straight out of "The Sopranos." (3609 Tejon St.)

Local aesthetic: Nestled amid this quiet residential block are a couple of hot spots for take-out — but don't overlook the 100-year-old red-brick Fire House No. 7 on the corner. Dubbed the Firehaus, the old structure is now a stylish hair salon. (3600 Tejon St.)

Don't miss: Tamales by La Casita's dining room has zero personality, but its food — namely its namesake dish — is among the best in town. (3561 Tejon St.)

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Monday, June 6, 2011

Check out Liz's new listing

3649 Clay Street - $319,000

Charm galore permeates every inch of this home. Top notch remodel which includes stylish kitchen, bath, plantation shutters, and exceedingly open floorplan. Fireplace, custom touches throughout and stylishly appointed. Front porch, backyard, and interior floor plan are an entertainer's dream. Other features include: stainless steel appliances, evaporative cooler, slab countertops, and custom tile.
Call Liz to set up a showing - 303-820-2489

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Only 2 Units Left -

1. 3139 Vallejo - $329,000
2 beds, 2 bath
Great Rooftop!

2. 3145 Vallejo - $489,000
3 beds, 3 bath