The 40s and 50s lend design forms, from architecture, furniture, art and sensibility to a simpler time. Minimalism and modernism combined to give future genres solid roots. One neighborhood in Denver’s hot real estate market that has received careful consideration on the mix of historic and practical is Virginia Village’s Lynwood. With pricing for restored homes starting in the mid-600s, homes in Lynwood offers large lots, community and proximity to Denver’s central parks, shopping and dining, light rail to downtown and quick access to the mountains nearby.
This quarter’s featured home is at 1818 S Jasmine Street, Denver, CO 80224. Lynwood was part of HB Wolff’s vision for Denver’s own California style homes in the 40s and 50s.
1818 is a ranch home with modern features that show the remodel team’s focus on style and taste. Bosch appliances, 220 volt charing in the garage for your electric vehicle, distinct Formal, Living and Dining rooms centered around an impressive Kitchen. Slide the large glass doors open to the patio and enjoy the expansive yard while relaxing at the built in fire pit.
With 3 beds and 2 baths, this ranch keeps it’s historic nature with blended textures and materials. The zebra wood style, self close cabinetry follow the classic, mid-century home beams from the kitchen island to the living room. At night, retreat to the bedrooms where the master bedroom contains a welcoming bathroom with his and her sinks and a waterfall shower. Face the king size bed to take advantage of the master’s own patio which extends into the large back yard.
To see and know more about 1818 S Jasmine Street, which is listed by Remax’s Jeff Manley, visit an upcoming Open House or reach a mid-century agent with MASONmodern.com. Currently scheduled open houses are April 14th and April 15th from 1 – 3 PM.