This charming 1923 Colonial is located on one of Denver's most beloved streets in Historic Driving Park, a small gem of a neighborhood tucked between Country Club and 7th Avenue historic districts. The block is called Dollhouse Row and its homes were designed by a group of Denver's finest architects as part of the City Beautiful Movement to showcase a sampling of unique local architecture. This charming home sits on extra-wide and gracious Williams Street Parkway amongst Denver’s most beautiful architecture. Hardwood floors, lots of windows and historic detailing throughout. The sunny, eat-in kitchen is updated and opens to the formal living room with a wood burning fireplace and French doors to back patio. The family room opens to a study, perfect for work from home. Upstairs, the primary suite includes a walk-in closet and a tastefully updated, marble 5-piece bathroom. The second upstairs bedroom is cozy with its own full bath. And the big bedroom over the garage (added in 1948) has its own small powder room. The spacious basement includes laundry room, a large family room, ¾ bathroom and non-conforming bedroom. Rare two car attached garage. Picturesque brick patio out back for easy entertaining. Recent updates include: upgraded sprinkler system,
landscaping improvements front and back, tree trimming, new hot water heater, plumbing and boiler upgrades, laundry room redone, new security system. This location is especially wonderful for strolling around the neighborhood, Cheesman Park, popping up to Sachels on 6th for dinner, Novo Coffee and the shops and restaurants of nearby Cherry Creek North. Bromwell Elementary and East High School districts. Please call Trish & Maggie to arrange a private showing.