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Welcome to your new Vail style home located in the heart of the Denver Tech Center!
Lot: 871 sq ft
Laundry: In Unit
Parking: Garage - Attached, 198 sq ft
Heating: Forced Air
- Flooring: Carpet (hardwood ready)
- Gourmet Kitchen
- LED Can Lights
- New Outlets/Switches
- New Angled Roofs
- New Flat Roofs
- New Windows/Sliding Doors
- New Storm Door
- New Deck
- Loft in Guest Bedroom w/ Nook
- Genuine California Closets
- Fresh Paint
- Views: City / Tree Scape
- Tennis Court
- Desirable DTC Location
- Cherry Creek School District
- Minutes to I-25, C-470, Park Meadows Mall, IKEA, Light Rail
- Master bath
- Guest bath
Stainless Range Hood & Stove
Full Size GE Washer/Dryer
Construction Quality: 6.0
Roof Type: Arch. Shingle
# Stories: 2.0
Structure Type: Loft
Unit Count: 1
Built in 1979
Floor Size: 1,500 sqft
Last Sold: April 2009 $144,400
New Anderson Windows (composite frame - double pane)
Large Anderson Picture Widows
New Anderson Sliding Glass Door
New Anderson Storm Door
New Extra UV Coasted, Custom Skylights
New Custom Cut Window in Loft (only unit to have one above the entry door)
Gourmet Italian Kitchen With Large Island and Under Counter Drawer Fridge Ready
Motion Sensor Lights in Entry and Hallway
$14,000+ in California Closets In Master and Guest bedrooms, Custom and Transferrable Lifetime Warranty
Garage Door With WiFi Controller.
Pocket Door In Theater Entrance
Slab Granite Throughout - All Countertops & Windowsills
We love our home and know you will as well. We bought this home to build our family in a small community with only 72 Homes. Work is having us move to the East Coast, and we need to sell. We haven't finished all the work we wanted to. Our price is for the young couple who wants a lower priced home that where they can walk in and earn some sweat equity, or for the investor who will hold on to the property to see a huge increase in property values. In fact, these B units have sold for $179,000+ in recent years.
We have invested hundreds of hours and around $40,000, which added to our purchase price is a $184,000 value. We need to move for work and don't mind selling our large dream loft to someone who appreciates a good deal.
Take a look at the video and images we had professionally done!
Asking Price: $174,900
HOA: $315 per month (+Garage door installation)
The HOA is planning to take a loan for $400K that will decrease the monthly fees (a snippet from the loan author.
"The proposal to fund a loan at $48/month/unit would be taken from the existing $315/month that is being collected. NO INCREASE IN DUES FOR THE TERM OF THE LOAN IS BEING PROPOSED. Actually, it is very likely that when we plan the 2016 budget and have become more comfortable with paying the loan that the monthly dues will decrease, potentially $50 to $75 for a revised monthly dues amount of $250/month/unit.")
and will finance all of the projects for the community including: a new pool where the pond is currently, a new sports court and future clubhouse, a dog park, and a central park. See the images we personally designed as an example of what the community may end up looking like in the next year (at bottom of gallery)!
Please keep in mind that this is not a turn key property, so if you do not want to walk in with some sweat equity, this may not be the right place for you. We put $40,000+ into our home, and it's worth more, but we are sacrificing our remaining projects due to having to relocate for work. Here are the projects we had on our list:
- All ceilings have been "de-popcorned" and primered, and they need a skim coat and paint.
- Hardwood flooring (800 sq ft included at no extra cost): 3/4" Red Oak stained Espresso color, worth $2,100+. We installed it in the kitchen already and it goes under all cabinets and appliances. The wood is acclimating and ready to install!
Doors, casing and baseboard are all original and need replaced. These are the absolute last things to be done in any remodeling project, and with only 5 doors it's a very affordable project and can be done in less than a day.
- Water heater works fantastic for 3 full adults (showers) and a toddler (baths), but if you want to replace it with a tankless unit for added equity, you can.
- Original A/C unit uses freon and is therefore outdated and needs replaced.
The HOA has requested that the remaining units without garage doors install them. The HOA will pay for the doors up front and can be paid back by the homeowner over the next 12 months (the HOA is very lenient and you can pay them back over a longer period if you talk to them). The cost for the new door is split between you and a neighbor and will be around $600 for you total.