2435 S Madison St

Observatory Park
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Award winning design presented by Godden Sudik Architects and DWELL Development! Stunning and fresh design elements describe this exquisite Modern Farmhouse privately situated on a 6,373 sq ft lot with southwest exposure! Striking exterior finishes of reclaimed trestle barn wood and brick accompany a classic white and black color palette with metal cladding accents-simply elegant, yet bold! Sierra Pacific windows and doors, 12’ of sliding glass opening up the indoor/outdoor living experience to your private and spacious backyard. Impressive interior features include: Gourmet kitchen design with custom cabinetry, Thermador commercial grade appliances, High-end marble and quartz countertops, Porcelanosa tiled baths, 7″ wide plank white oak flooring, custom designed hearth at great-room fireplace, floating staircase, surround sound pre-wire, wine storage, exercise room, media room plus an unbeatable master suite with huge walk-in closet! DWELL Developments and Godden Sudik Architects were awarded the “MAME Home of the Year” for both 2017 and 2018 and are finalists for 2019. This is an incredible opportunity to own a home with immense construction quality and innovative design, truly a step above the competition!

$3,495,000

5 Bedrooms

6 Bathrooms

4,872 Total Square Feet

Observatory Park

Observatory Park (also called University Park), takes its name from the historic observatory that sits in the charming park at the heart of this neighborhood. The Chamberlin Observatory, designed by prominent Denver architect Robert Roeschlaub, dates to 1894 and is still functional and open today, and the park attracts stargazers who bring telescopes of their own on a clear night, as well as tennis players, parents pushing strollers, picnickers, and more. Stately homes surround the park, many with wrap-around porches that evoke a less complicated era. Small Tudors, bungalows and ranch homes dot the rest of the neighborhood, but are quickly being replaced with larger, pop-top homes and scrape offs as Denverites are increasingly attracted to the easy commute to downtown via I-25 or two nearby light rail stops.  Just blocks from University of Denver’s expansive, tree-shaded campus and the commercial establishments and eateries along University Boulevard and Colorado Boulevard, Observatory Park is perfect for those who appreciate a neighborhood with easy access to the city center while retaining a peaceful, unhurried feeling.

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Celeste Ballerino

Broker Associate/Co-Owner
RE/MAX of Cherry Creek
303-916-6200
celeste@celesteballerino.com
www.celesteballerino.com

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