Known for its architectural charm, towering treetops and namesake adjacent park, Denver's cherished Crestmoor Park Neighborhood is home to this colonial-style home dressed with long-standing charm and grace. Beyond the threshold, hardwoods provide central passage to the home's three distinct areas: living room at the rear, working hall with -bath and attached 2-car garage on one side, and basement access and stairs to the second-story in the center. The nostalgic living room pledges endless day-dreams anchored by the room's bay window and accompanying bench, while the fireplace trimmed by dignified millwork elicits visions of cozy winter nights. Elevated slightly above, dining merges with kitchen through a swinging door to reveal stainless-steel appliances, plentiful cabinets, built-in desk and large picture window. Tucked away from the action, is a family room embroidered by crown-molding features a handsomely finished built-in desk which allows for an optional main floor office or workspace, second fireplace and set of French doors to the backyard traced by brick paver patios. Second-story stairs present four bedrooms lined with hardwoods, including the primary bathed in natural light, and an adjoining 3/4-bath adorned with glass-enclosed shower, decorative tile and single-vanity. An additional upstairs bath features tub/shower and single-vanity; plus, unrelenting remodel possibilities. Basement access is adjacent the stairs and reveals a family room with newly laid carpet, fireplace surrounded entirely by brick and stately beams overhead, as well as a second home office furnished with built-ins. Living space continues with large laundry/utility room, an additional bedroom and 3/4-bath with built-in linen closet. Crestmoor is home to Crestmoor Swimming and Tennis Club, one of the largest draws to the neighborhood, and to nearby restaurants and specialty food stores; the ever-popular Cherry Creek is just blocks away.
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