We recently offered mini-tours of the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver right now.
Today, we flip that script.
The least-expensive properties for sale on the MetroDenverHomeListings.com website at present are mostly one-bedroom condos in the 600-800-square-foot range. All but two of them are available for under $100,000 — several for quite a bit less than that amount.
Granted, they're considerably more modest than the magnificent spreads featured in our previous post; the description for one of them acknowledges that it "needs TLC." Moreover, they tend to be pitched as investments, as opposed to places where the buyer would actually live. Nonetheless, they prove that it's still possible to buy property in Denver even if the bottom line of your bank statement doesn't have a six-figure number on it.
Continue to see the six least expensive properties available now, complete with photos, links and text from the original listings — and note that they're going fast. Four of the six properties put together last week for the draft version of this post have already been sold.
Number 6: 3363 South Monaco Parkway D
Denver, CO 80222
784 square feet
Very open and light. Location is wonderful. Walking distance to light rail, shopping, restaurants, everything! Can get extra storage area that is located by the laundry room.
Number 5: 2929 West Floyd Avenue 212
Denver, CO 80236
585 square feet
Close to all amenities*Cheaper than rent*Great opportunities!!!Washer and dryer AS IS...Buyer and buyer's agent to verify all information about area, square feet, school, HOA and all other matters that are important to buyer.
Number 4: 5995 East Iliff Avenue A-215
Denver, CO 80222
553 square feet
Great starter or investment 1 bed 1 bath condo located at Evans and I-25. Easy commute to downtown or the Tech Center. This is a nice clean unit ready to move in. Complex is courtyard style with great landscaping, large trees, park-like setting. HOA includes most utilities, insurance, and grounds maintenance. This unit has been a rental for years, average rent is $900-$1000. Wonderful opportunity, well maintained building and central location.
Continue to see the three least expensive homes for sale in Denver right now.
Number 3: 1304 South Parker Road 149
Denver, CO 80231
625 square feet
Wonderful, nice and bright condo on the first floor. Very clean and well kept. Newer kitchen and vanity cabinets. Great location, minutes to DTC and downtown. Low taxes and HOA. Plenty of parking space. Community has a clubhouse, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, hot tub, sauna, pool tables, workout room, picnic area, and tennis court. Building is secured with 4 elevators.Tenant occupied. The tenant would like to stay if this will be an investment property for you.
Number 2: 1300 South Parker Road 206
Denver, CO 80231
600 square feet
Investors special! One of the best condo values in Denver! Rare second floor unit* Nice size family room with access to the balcony* Large bedroom with bathroom and multiple closets* Eat in kitchen* Elevator access* Complex is built in a circle which encloses the beautifully landscaped court yard with the pond and recreation area* Great amenities including club house with hot tub, sauna, Jacuzzi, exercise room and game room, indoor/outdoor pool, tennis courts and volleyball. HOA includes heat, water, building insurance, sewer, trash, secured entrance* Central location! Walking distance from RTD bus, shopping, restaurants and Highline canal* Not far from light rail and highway *Easy commute to DTC, Cherry Creek and Downtown! Must see inside!
Number 1: 1180 Yosemite Street 310
Denver, CO 80220
620 square feet
PRICE REDUCED 5K!!!! Cheapest unit in the building!!! Affordable top floor, end unit, 1 bedroom 1 bathroom condo just blocks from Lowry. Located near Fitzsimons Golf Course and Anschutz Childrens Hospital. Washer/Dryer hook ups in unit. Exposed brick, French doors. Would make an excellent rental, starter, or investment property. Needs TLC.
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