2409 S. Dahlia Lane – $395,000
MODERN COLLECTION | SOLD
South Dahlia Lane
You will not likely find this House Easily-In Fact, you will Drive Around at least Once and begin to Wonder if MHM got the Address Wrong!
Tucked Away in an almost Invisible Little Side Street off of Dahlia Lane 2409 is a Hidden Gem!
One of the Few Tri-Levels in the Neighborhood and ALSO one of the very Few with a TWO Car Garage. The House Sits Back on its Lot and the Front is ALL Faced with South Facing Windows.
Exposed Brick, Angeld Roof Line, Broad Overhangs and a Wall of South Facing Windows Greets you when you Walk up the Street.
Inside you will find Exposed Brick Walls, Angled Ceilings, Tons of Windows and lots of Mid-Century Mod Charm!
The Brick Wood Burning Fireplace takes Center Stage and the Living Room is on One Side and the Open Kitchen Facing the Family Room is on the Other. The Interior Rooms Flow Easily from one to the other and the Abundance of Windows Brings Nature In.
- Large South Facing Windows
- Angled Roof Line
- Two Car Garage
- Private Park Neighborhood
- Private Playground and Tennis Court
- Quiet One-Way Street Throughout Lane
- Close to Light Rail
- Cherry Creek Schools
- Denver Academy
Originally Designed and Built by Eugene Sternberg in the 1950’s as one of the Country’s First Cooperative Housing Developments. The Brick Style Homes Feature Angled Roof Lines and Generous Walls of Glass.
South Dahlia Lane is Denver’s Only Private Mid-Century Neighborhood! Located on Famed Dahlia Lane, a One-Way Curving Street that Wraps Around a Private Park for 32 Lucky Residents.
South Dahlia Lane has seen a lot of NEW Energy Lately. Raising the Profile and Creating New Awareness for Mid-Century Architectural Buffs, South Dahlia Lane has seen lots of Remodeling and Renovation taking place.
Residents Enjoy a Private Park with Playground and a Tennis Court. Since the Lane is Private there is very little Traffic-Except for our Mid-Century Looky Loos!
The Quiet Mid-Century Neighborhood is Centrally Located and is within a Short Commute to the Tech Center, Cherry Creek, Downtown and Light Rail.