Welcome to Congress Park, Cherry Creek and The 7th Avenue Historic District

Roughly defined, the area includes those homes between 3rd Avenue and Colfax, and Colorado Boulevard and York Streets. It is a diverse area with homes generally ranging in prices anywhere from $200,000 to over $2,000,000. In 1994, a portion of the neighborhood including the 600 and 700 blocks of 7th Avenue parkway east to Steele […]

NEW LISTING NEAR CHEESMAN PARK!

Completely remodelled 1 bedroom, 1 bath on top floor. Nice views of downtown and the mountains.  More to follow $149,900

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new pricing! Classic Craftsman Bungalow on 7th Avenue

632 DOWNING St Denver, CO 80218 4 Bedrooms & 3 Bathrooms 7th Avenue $529,900 Lots of space for everyone! In nice condition. Beautiful original bookcases, dining hutch, bay window, columns and beamed ceilings! Big, clean dry basement has lots of living space and possible “in-law” kitchen. New kitchen with period replacement cabinets, huge master bedroom, […]

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Wonderful 2-story Home in Great Winston Downs

464 S Leyden St Denver, CO 80224 6 Bedrooms & 5 Bathrooms Winston Downs $549,900 Updated kitchen with granite, cherry cabinets and cherry wood floors. Awesome backyard, covered patio with hot tub. Fully finished basement with 2 bedrooms + bath and lots of storage. Great value and space! Click to see more photos.   Interested […]

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Gorgeous Red Brick Ranch in Richthofens.

1022 POPLAR St Denver, CO 80220 2 Bedrooms & 1 Bathroom Richthofens Listed price: $307,500. Contact John for the negotiated price. This beautiful home sits on a large 7630 sq ft. lot. Entering this warm and inviting home you will find a nice open floor plan with beautiful HW floors and wonderful decorator touches. Besides […]

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Sold! Lovely Ranch in Barnum

141 JULIAN St Denver, CO 80219 2 Bedrooms & 1 Bathroom Barnum Listed price: $174,000. Contact John for the negotiated price. Watch the Virtual Tour BIG lot, sprinkler system – just waiting for your urban farm! Wood floors, classic charm throughout with original woodwork intact, newer furnace and hot water heater, double pane windows. Detached […]

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FHA Help for Homebuyers Stung by Recession – November Infograph

  Here’s the latest real estate news and tips. Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser.  Denver Metro Happenings    – Holiday Sale at Denver Botanic Gardens, Nov. 15-16    – Free Denver Zoo Days, Nov. 15 and 21    – Parade of Lights in Downtown Denver, Dec. 6-7 . .  Check out Denver Metro Real […]

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Sold! Condominium near Field Elementary!

331 W LEHOW Ave #12 Englewood, CO 80110 1 Bedroom & 1 Bathroom Listed price: $44,900. Contact John for the negotiated price. Great location near Belleview & Broadway. Next door to a nice park & on the dry creek bike path. Beautiful for riding & walking lots of shopping nearby. Nearby. Unit needs tlc, but […]

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Molly’s Golden Rule for Real Estate

.  Want to make Congress Park your home? Check out more Congress Park tips. John Sullivan Your Congress Park Realtor (303) 520-4556 johnsullivan2000@gmail.com  

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Pioneer Monument of Denver – John Sullivan Photography

Framed by the new Judicial Center and the State Capitol (in wraps for restoration), the Pioneer Monument at the corner of Broadway and Colfax marks the spot where the settlers came to the end of their journey on the Smoky Hill Trail. (photo: Wideopenimages) .  Ready to buy or sell a home? Check out more Congress […]

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Government Shutdown & Real Estate – John Sullivan’s Update

So the government has shut down. What does that mean for the real estate market, or for anything for that matter? I suppose it has a number of implications, but unless the US of A was to actually default on it’s loans, and therefore create havoc in the Bond Markets, I don’t think we’ll be […]

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