Classic 1928 Brick Bungalow - 3 Bed/... for sale in Denver, CO

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Classic 1928 Brick Bungalow - 3 Bed/2 Bath - Located in Sunnyside
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Location: Sunnyside
Sunnyside...Recognized as One of the Best Places to Live in Denver!


Classic 1928 two-tone brick bungalow located in Sunnyside offers a lot of living in an eco-friendly footprint. The covered front porch graciously welcomes you into the home and is wonderful for sitting outside and watching the world go by. This classic Denver home is situated on a corner lot and receives great natural light and southern exposure in living room, dining room and kitchen.

The main floor living room is the perfect size for entertaining has a brick fireplace, built-in book shelves, two clerestory windows, an arched doorway, wood floors, custom paint, custom period lighting and features a large picture window looking onto the front yard.

The main floor dining room has a bay window, wood floors, custom wood cabinetry, custom paint, custom lighting, an arched doorway and opens to both the kitchen and the living room.

The kitchen has an eat-in breakfast counter, an arched doorway and a window at the double stainless steel sink looking out onto the yard. The kitchen features plenty of counter space, vinyl flooring, loads of custom cabinetry, can lighting, Kenmore refrigerator, GE gas stove, and Kitchenaid dishwasher.

There are two bedrooms located on the main floor; both have wood floors, custom paint, large double-paned windows, custom period lighting and large closets. The home’s main floor first bathroom is a remodeled full-size bath with a new soaking tub, new heat protection faucet, new vanity, new sink, new toilet, new white subway tile, custom paint, and a heated floor.

The large master bedroom features a sitting area, brick fireplace, wood floors, custom paint, plenty of light and large closets and is located in the basement. The home’s master bathroom is a remodeled three-quarter-size bath with new vanity, new sink, new shower and new toilet and custom paint.

Imagine having barbeques and parties with your friends and family in the large fenced professionally landscaped back yard with covered patio. Enjoy rose bushes, lilac bushes, plenty of trees, rhubarb and a raspberry patch.

This home features a detached one-car garage and one-space carport with a bonus workroom. There are two large storage rooms in the basement as well as a laundry room with utility sink; the washer and dryer are included.

A few more extras include: central A/C, double-pane windows, wood floors, all appliances stay with the house, lots of additional storage space and lots of room to entertain.

Live a heartbeat from LoHi, Highlands, Riverfront Park, Lodo and RiNo restaurants, coffee shops, pubs, grocery and retail shopping. This is an ideal commuter home withinminutes of Downtown and a short drive to DTC. Access to great public transportation


Bedrooms: Three
Bathrooms: Two
Wood Floors: Yes!
Arched Doorways: Yes!
Brick Fireplaces: Yes!
Picture Window: Yes!
Clerestory Windows: Yes!
Custom Paint: Yes!
Bay Window: Yes!
Custom Cabinetry: Yes!
Custom Period Lighting: Yes!
Remodeled Bathrooms: Yes!
Soaking Tub: Yes!
Heated Bathroom Floors: Yes!
Heat Protection Faucet: Yes!
All Appliances Included: Yes!
Professionally Landscaped: Yes!
Covered Front Porch: Yes!
Covered Backyard Patio: Yes!
Garage: One Car Garage and One Carport Space
Extra Storage: Yes!
Workroom in Garage: Yes!
Finished Square Feet: 1,720
Total Square Feet: 1,920
Lot Size Square Feet: 4,690

The Sunnyside neighborhood is primarily residential, with a mix of historic bungalows, Tudors, and modern homes that locals have grown accustomed to seeing pop up throughout North Denver. Its unique mix of amenities provides a clue that the neighborhood is on the verge. With its quiet tree-lined streets, welcoming front porches, proximity to highways, downtown, and other popular areas, as well as a light rail station coming in 2016, it’s safe to say that Sunnyside is poised to be Denver’s next hot neighborhood.

I-70 to the north, Union Pacific Railroad line to the east, 38th Avenue to the south, and Federal Boulevard to the west. The Vibe: This North Denver neighborhood is just that—a neighborhood. Expect to see children playing, next-door neighbors chatting, and people biking through the narrow streets. Although the eastern and northern sides of the hood are more industrial, that will continue to change with the introduction of the light rail and more new businesses.

Grub: Start at The Universal and get your breakfast, brunch, or lunch on. This small eatery offers a locally inspired spin on classic breakfast fare. Try their biscuits topped with spicy pork sausage gravy or blueberry pancakes. Just down the street, you have Lou’s Food Bar which serves up authentic comfort food any time of day. Their brunch-timeBloody Mary bar allows you to build-your-own beverage, or try a Man-Mosa. During dinner hour we have two words for you: fried chicken. Lou’s does it right, with three flavor options (naked, medium, and hot), and delicious sides like mac-and-cheese, braised kale, and confit red bliss potatoes. Another option is Sunnyside Burger Bar on the southwestern corner of Lipan and 38th Avenue, grills up all-natural beef, turkey, and veggie burgers with an eclectic mix of toppings. For added gluttony, enjoy your burger with one of their boozy shakes. Just across the way, you can savor just about anything smothered with green chili at the Original Chubby’s (we suggest the burrito). Or if you’re craving a deliciously cheesy pizza with fresh dough and handmade sauce, visit Ernie’s Bar & Pizza which was originally established in 1943 and re-opened in 2009. Last, but definitely not least, head over to Big Country BBQ—the brick-and-mortar location for the highly addicting food truck you've probably chased around Denver.

Drink: You won’t lack for sudsy options in this hood. Start with Diebolt Brewing, a family-owned and operated brewhouse and tasting room combo, and try one of their session-able beers, many of which are French inspired. Your next stop is Factotum Brewhouse, which is based on a unique business model. Created by brother-and-sister duo Christopher and Laura Bruns, this brewery is open to guest brewers of all skill levels, who can rent the equipment and sell their beer on tap. An ever-rotating selection of unique beers (and a chance to meet the brewers). The Sunnyside beer tour concludes at Denver Beer Co. Canworks, the local favorite’s production brewery and canning facility. If beer isn’t your cup of booze, Sunnyside offers another option: wine. Visit Bonacquisti Wine Co., Denver’s first urban winery. Opened in 2006 in an industry warehouse space near I-70 and Pecos, Bonacquisti’s tasting room pours wine on tap, and is open to the public Thursday through Saturday. Check out Friday Uncorked, an evening event that pairs wine drinking with live music and food trucks. You can also fill a jug and take their wine home.

Get Caffeinated: All this eating and drinking must be making you tired. Head to one of the neighborhood’s coffee shops for a jolt of energy. Common Grounds on 44th Avenue is a Denver standby (relocated from West Highland in 2013), offering freshly roasted coffee blends, fresh teas, ice cream, and snacks. Huckleberry Roasters famed beans are roasted in a large garage space off Pecos and 43rd Avenue. The adjoining (and spacious) café also offers an outdoor deck to enjoy the Colorado sunshine. But if you really need to wake up, head to Buchi Café Cubano and order a double shot of their Cuban espresso.

am: In 2000, a local couple hosted a neighborhood party they called the Sunnyside Bluegrass Festival in their backyard. It began with two bands, two kegs, and 50 people. After the couple moved away in 2004, the festival died off, much to thedismay of locals. So in 2007, a few members of the community applied for two small grants to revive the storied event, which they renamed Sunnyside Music Fest and moved to Chaffee Park on 44th and Tejon. The festival is hosted the Saturday after Labor Day and has raised more than $10,000 for charities in the community.

Shop: Sub Rosa Mercantile has a bright and minimalistic space and stocks a perfectly tailored collection of tiny plants, embroidered clutches, intoxicating soaps and oils, and delicate jewelry, as well as a smattering of vintage pieces and home goods. You can also swing by independent grocer Sunnyside Natural Market, which boasts a small deli, fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade baked goods, artisanal accouterments, and more. You can also brighten up your day with a visit to Diz’s Daisys, a lovely local flower shop that creates breathtaking arrangements and offers delivery.

Contact Information
Price: $503,500.00
Property Location
4561 Zuni St
Denver, CO 80211
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Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Parking Spaces: Two Spaces
Year Built: 1928
Subdivision: Sunnyside
Lot Size: 4,690
Garage Size: Garage + Carport
School District: Denver
Square Footage: 1720
Agent Name: Noreen Doyle
Broker: Buildings & Residences
MLS #: 9748910
Full Refrigerator
Interior Amenities
New Paint
Loads of Windows
Formal Dining Room
Formal Living Room
Wood Floor Entry
Clerestory Windows
Custom Lighting
Walk-In Closet
Air Conditioning
Double-paned windows
Wood Floors
Soaking Tub
Custom Period Lighting
Exterior Amenities
Fenced Yard
Grass Lawn
Covered Back Patio
Covered Front Porch
Work Shop
Photo Gallery
All information in this site is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and is subject to change

  • Price: $503,500
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Square Feet: 1,720

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