660 South Gilpin Street – $1,415,000


Washington Park

Charming allure rushes through this renovated bungalow poised in the heart of Washington Park. Surrounded by a picket fence, a sun-filled front yard envelops a crisp white brick exterior. A cozy front porch with a swing draws residents further inside to a luminous layout flowing with timeless details. Red oak flooring has been recently sanded to resemble white oak. Additional upgrades include a new ejector pump, new panel, new systems and grounded outlets throughout. An ideal location affords close proximity to all the best Washington Park has to offer.

designer details 

Centered by built-ins, a classic fireplace featuring Ernest Batchelder tile warms a bright living area. A sun-drenched flex area offers space for a cozy reading nook or bright art studio. Crowned by a contemporary light fixture, a dining area meanders into a remodeled kitchen showcasing quartz countertops, sleek cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.

  • renovated bungalow in Wash Park
  • picket fence, sun-filled front yard + white brick exterior
  • luminous layout with timeless details
  • red oak flooring recently sanded to resemble white oak
  • a classic fireplace featuring Ernest Batchelder tile + built-ins
  • quartz countertops, sleek cabinetry + stainless steel appliances
  • bathroom with an original tub + tile
  • finished basement with new carpeting
  • upgrades include new sprinklers, motion lights, a concrete pad + more
  • close proximity to all Wash Park has to offer

serene spaces 

A primary bedroom with a large closet and a secondary bedroom share a bathroom with an original tub and tile. Downstairs, a finished basement with new carpeting offers a recreation room and an updated bathroom with a new vanity. Two versatile bedrooms with ceiling fan light fixtures present possibilities for a private home office, fitness area or guest accommodation.

  • large closet
  • original tub + tile
  • new carpeting
  • new vanity
  • ceiling fan light fixtures

outdoor connectivity

Sizable front and back yards offer plenty of outdoor space for residents to enjoy the coveted Colorado climate. Hydrangeas lining new white picket fencing and a 75-year-old lilac tree add vibrant pops of color. A new concrete pad offers space for grilling or for dining al fresco. New sprinklers and motion lights are added conveniences.

  • new fencing
  • 75-year-old lilac tree
  • new concrete pad
  • new sprinklers
  • new motion lights

neighborhood tapestry

Washington Park is one of Denver’s most well-loved neighborhoods with a spacious park, bike paths, tennis courts and two lakes. Visitors and residents alike adore this neighborhood for its microcosm of outdoor recreation, whether they are exploring around the park’s well-kept paths or enjoying a picnic on a sun-filled afternoon. A mix of 20th century Victorian homes and decadent new builds are peppered with local restaurants, cafes and shops for an all-encompassing city retreat.

  • spacious park + two lakes
  • bike paths + tennis courts
  • local restaurants, cafes + shops
  • abundant outdoor recreation
  • unique mix of residences

Style: Single-Family Home

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Square Feet Above: 1,247

Basement: 1,175

Lot: 4,680

Parking: 1-Car Detached Garage

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