In the meantime, it does create a price point that’s worth exploring: homes under $300,000. This week, we looked at homes right near that point in Denver and three other markets.
- 1121 W. 13th Avenue, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, 600 square feet
I love a good-looking small home and this one is in a great location in central Denver. There’s even room for two parking spaces out back.
- 2829 S.E. Belmont Street #206, 1 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, 696 square feet
This house has the quaintest kitchen features and that’s enough for me. Plus, with nearly 700 square feet, it’s the second-biggest option this week.
- 94 University Avenue #1, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,372 square feet
I’m also a big time sucker for sun, so the opening foyer of this home is very covetable for me.
- 820 Casanova Avenue #47, 1 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, 567 square feet
Ok, so what if I did start watching Big Little Lies and wonder how expensive it would be to live the Reese-Witherspoon-on-the-beach life? Turns out it is a very expensive life as this was the only house listed for sale below $300,000.