Historic Condos For Sale In Denver, Colorado
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On the search for condos for sale, many buyers are attracted to what’s new – the latest and greatest fixtures, finishes, and amenities – but there’s something to be said for old. And Denver is home to a handful of stunning historic condos!
From opulent marble lobbies to ivy-covered brick exteriors, high ceilings to large windows, caged elevators to distinctive architectural features…tour one of these grand landmarks, and you’ll soon be combing over the “condo for sale” listings.
And what could be more “green” than living in a historic condo building that has stood the test of time and/or been re-purposed as condos, saving the environment from the toll of new construction materials, as well as old construction debris going into a landfill?
The downside to owning a piece of history? Most of the historic condos in Denver often don’t provide air conditioning, parking, in-unit washers and dryers, or building amenities. The upside is that your monthly HOA fees are typically more affordable, and they often will include your heating.
Things to consider when you’re looking for a historic condo for sale in Denver include:
•are there any unit remodeling constraints
•is there central air conditioning (if not, will ceiling fans and window units be enough to keep you cool)
•is deeded parking included with the historic condo unit
•how much on-street parking is available nearby for you and your guests
•what are the pet policies (many historic condos in Denver don’t allow dogs)
•are there washer and dryer connections in the unit, laundry facilities on each floor, and/or main laundry room
If you’d like to experience the beauty, grace, and elegance of yesteryear, consider these historic condos in Denver:
Norman condos – Washington Park
99 South Downing Street, Denver, Colorado 80209
The Norman was built in 1924 as a 6-story, 48-unit luxury apartment building and later was converted into condominiums.
Perrenoud condos – Uptown
836 East 17th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80218
The Perrenoud was built in 1901, as a 4-story, 24-unit luxury apartment building, turned into a co-op in 1949, and converted to condos in 1986.
Waldman Condos – Cheesman Park
1515 East 9th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80218
The Waldman was built in 1924, as a 3-story, 40-unit luxury apartment building, which was later converted into condos.
If you’re interested in historic condos for sale in Denver, you might also be interested in historic lofts for sale in Denver, Colorado.