Denver Home of the Day – June 19, 2019

222 Miner St Idaho Springs CO 80452 | $775,000 | 3,914 Sq. Ft | 5 bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms

On Wednesday we talk about wealth and this home in Idaho Springs will certainly help you build wealth. 40 minutes from the city and mountains, Idaho has experienced a lot of growth in the past few years resulting in not enough housing for residents. The city regulations welcome creative solutions to the housing situation such as ADIs and airbnbs. This home would serve as a great long or short term rental or if you lived in it, an ADU may be added to the garage. Whatever you choose to do, Idaho Springs is set up to see more growth and development in the coming years.

Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker.

Liz is  broker and owner of Liz Daigle Realty.

 

Does Your Home Have a Name?

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Does your home have a name? Ours do somewhat, although, they aren’t particularly creative. I refer to one as “The Blue House”  since it used to have blue carpets and blue countertops. While the others are called by their street name. Borrrrrring…

This article makes an argument to name your home.  “Once reserved for grand estates and castles, house naming is a much more casual affair these days thanks to social media. House names can be like Twitter names or vanity license plates: Another place to define your identity and communicate your personality and humor.” If you are drawing a blank on what to name your home, this fun name generator could help (or serve as a laugh).

Still on the fence? “The survey undertaken for the property website Globrix, found that one in 14 said they would be prepared to pay more for a home just because it had a name. Even those that were not prepared to pay more said their opinion of the property would improve, with 40 per cent saying they would be more interested in viewing a property with a name.”  I am not surprised by this fact. The book, Tell to Win reminds readers that we are all emotional transporters and to market ourselves, a service or product we must convey a story that evokes emotion to make an impression with the consumer or public. A home with a name will immediately convey emotion to potential buyers.

It is no secret that we bought a home in Downtown Littleton that we are slowly renovating. I termed it the “Downtown Littleton Project” and have written about it here and here and here. Since “Downtown Littleton Project isn’t the most exciting name for a home, I used the name generator and was provided with a number of different options: “White Fenceside”, “Peonies House”, “Front Porch View” and “Rabbit’s House”. All of these options certainly paint a better picture of the home and certainly make it more welcoming.

So, now the question is, what are you going to name your home?

Liz is  broker and owner of Liz Daigle Realty.

Denver Home of the Day – June 17, 2019

528 Parkview Ave Golden CO 80401 | $775,000 | 3,914 Sq. Ft | 5 bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms

Mountain living at it’s finest! This home is located on Lookout Mountain and sits on 1.3 acres for peace and quiet and privacy. Abundant windows on the main level make it feel like you are living in nature. Cozy up to the stone wood burning fireplace in the cold, winter months. The master retreat is truly a personal oasis with a private balcony. Enjoy a cup of coffee and the sunrise over the city every day. The walkout basement includes a living room with 2nd wood-burning fireplace, kitchenette and private exterior walk out entrance plus bedroom & bath and plenty of storage.Although you will feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, Downtown Golden is just a short drive away!

Listing courtesy of Redfin.

Liz is  broker and owner of Liz Daigle Realty.

Denver Home of the Day – June 16, 2019

6898 S Hill Street Littleton CO 80120 | $639,000 | 2,600 Sq. Ft | 4 bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

Give Dad the give of a new home this year! This ranch has new hardwood floors on the main level, a spacious formal living room and a family room. If Dad likes to cook, he will love the new kitchen with stainless steel appliances, cherry cabinets, granite counters and island and dual gas range. If he prefers to be outside, he will love the backyard with a covered patio and gardening beds. Located just minutes from Downtown Littleton, there is plenty to keep you entertained at this home.

Listing courtesy of Coldwell Banker.

Liz is  broker and owner of Liz Daigle Realty.

 

Denver Home of the Day – June 14, 2019

2833 E Nichols Cir Centennial CO 80122 | $815,000 | 5,421 Sq. Ft | 5 bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms

Traditional elegance with a splash of contemporary. This home is situated in the prestigious Polo Run neighborhood. With over 5,000 square feet, this is quite the home! You will love the formal dinning room, den with wainscoting, finished basement with wet bar, fifth bedroom and bathroom. The show stopper is certainly the Two0story Great Room which feature floor-to-ceiling arched windows and brick wall spanning the entire two-stories. This home will certainly impress!

Listing courtesy of Compass Denver.

Liz is  broker and owner of Liz Daigle Realty.

Denver Home of the Day – June 13, 2019

5774 S Huron St Littleton CO 80120 | $369,000 | 4,302 Sq. Ft | 3 bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms

This custom kitchen is truly one of a kind with superb 5″ tile backsplash and under the island. You will also find quartz countertops, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.The engineered hardwood floors throughout the whole home make the home feel cohesive and open. The gorgeous floors end on the third floor rooftop deck that offers gorgeous views of the mountains and city. This home is in a prime location –  walk to the Wolf’s Tailor, Ramen Star, Cherry Bean, Huckleberry Roasters, Bacon, El Jefe, and many of Denver’s best restaurants  and just a bit further you will find bars down the street in LoHi.

 

Listing courtesy of House.

Liz is  broker and owner of Liz Daigle Realty.