6194 S Cherrywood Cir Centennial CO 80121 | $850,000 | 3,868 Sq. Ft | 5 bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
You won’t find a better home! For the people that want a more traditional home, this is it. You will love the cozy feel of this home from it’s entryway, library, formal dinning room and multiple fireplaces. The family room overlooks the backyard with lots of windows. Head outside and enjoy your patio, room to garden with nearly a half acre of land, Your future backyard backs to the Highline Canal with your own private entrance.
3735 S Forest Way Denver CO 80237 | $750,000 | 2,275 Sq. Ft | 4 bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
This home is rare and one-of-a-kind. A mid-century modern home located in Cherry Point. The living space is massive, yet welcoming, with newly finished hardwood floors, millwork and atmospheric ceilings. All four bedrooms are on one level with custom closets. The basement is a walkout that opens to an oversized yard with enclosed dog run, mature trees and a patio. Still located in Denver but with just a little more privacy!
4721 S Xenia St Denver CO 80237 | $440,000 | 1,882 Sq. Ft | 4 bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Superb location in the DTC! This home is in Pine Valley Estates, right off of Belleview and Yosemite. King Soopers, Bonefish, the French Press are within walking distance and it is just a short drive to get onto I-25. This four bedroom home has two family rooms, updated bathrooms and kitchen and a large lot. A spacious deck off the of the dining room has plenty of space to lounge while enjoy both city and mountain views.
1700 Bassett St #2215 Denver CO 80202 | $1,099,000 | 1,895 Sq. Ft | 2 bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Imagine enjoying dinner here while overlooking the city? This gorgeous two bedroom Glass House condo is near perfection to anyone looking to live in the heart of the city. Enjoy views of the city and front range from any spot in the home with 10 foot floor-to-ceiling windows. The custom kitchen flows to the dining and living room, perfect for entertaining. Enjoy new refinished hardwood floors, new paint and carpet.
860 E Nichols Ave Centennial CO 80122 | $550,000 | 3,017 Sq. Ft | 5 bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms
Located in the Highlands neighborhood in Centennial this two-story home is cozy and welcoming. The eat-in kitchen has been updated with stainless steel appliances and granite while nicely flowing into the family room. This traditional home boasts four bedrooms on the second story, including a generously sized master suite. The fifth bedroom is in the finished basement, next to the rec room and bathroom. Outside is a cover patio with three ceiling fans to keep you cool in the warmer months and a large backyard.
What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day that chatting about… love. Whether you are in a relationship or not, every individual has a way of interpreting and expressing love. Think of all the relationships you have – a significant other, spouse, family members, children and friends, determining your individual love language helps others communicate and express their love to you properly.
In 1995, Gary Chapman outlined the five love languages in his book The 5 Love Languages. The five different languages are, as follows:
Words of Affirmation. This language is used to affirm other people. If this is your language, you enjoy unsolicited compliments from your partner. Kind, encouraging and positive words mean a lot to you.
Physical Touch. You enjoy hugs, pats and holding hands with your partner. Physical touch fosters a sense of security and belonging for you.
Quality Time. Time is a hot commodity in our busy lives but for the person whose love language is quality time, they need uninterrupted time with their partner. Sharing quality conversations and activities goes a long way.
Receiving Gifts. If you speak this love language, receiving gifts from your partner makes you feel loved and taken care of. Gifts are visual representation of your love.
Acts of Service. People with this love language enjoy when their partner does anything to lesson their burden of responsibility. Laziness, broken promises and/or commitments and more work for them makes these folks feel like they do not matter.
Can you see what confusion that may bring to a relationship if you do not know your or your significant other’s love language? Imagine your love language is receiving gifts but your partner’s is words of affirmation. You think you are expressing your love by showing up with little gifts but your partner has never heard a word of affirmation from you, making it look like you do not appreciate him/her. Consider ending the miscommunication by taking this short quiz. The results will rank your love language in order of relevance, putting your primary love language at the top. For this Valentine’s Day, provide your loved ones with your love language so they can truly show you how much they love you and you, them!