Courtesy of: Corken + Company Real Estate Group, LLC
Days On Market: 63
Year Build: 1900
Square Footage: 2,312 Sq ft
Total Baths: 2
Full Baths: 1
Half Baths: 1
Address: 6043 S Platte Canyon Road
Yesteryear meets stylish farmhouse in this incredible, historic, multi-building estate. Located on a third of an acre in the middle of Littleton, this home was built in 1900 and includes a main home, guest house and garage. Sitting in the Columbine Valley, it has only had 7 owners in its 122-year history. Selectively updated over the years to retain its history and charm, this home is simply mesmerizing and ready for its next chapter. Will the next great novel be written here on the sun porch? Will the idea that launches new technology be created here by fusing history's sage advice with the youthful courage of untamed inspiration? Walk across the original hardwood flooring and feel how it welcomes. Reminisce while contemplating tendrils of smoke softly twirling within the brick fireplace on a crisp fall day. Surrounded by a whitewashed picket fence, the stunning main house includes the living room, 3 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms, a bright kitchen with a sunny eat-in nook and a spotless basement with a laundry room. Surprisingly open with a contemporary feel, enjoy the unusually high ceilings for this home's era, gorgeous vintage door knobs and solid wood built-ins and doors. Keep fine wines or other home goods at a constant temp in the underground cellar or basement. Use the stylish mid-mod guest house with its serene sleeping area, bath and kitchen as a business space or guest quarters. The 2-car tandem detached garage is steps to the main house and the storage shed in the backyard could be used for tools, chickens or a playhouse. With no HOA and located in a prime residential area of luxury homes, the possibilities are unlimited for this property and its large lot. Minutes to amenities, C470 and steps to the Columbine Trail, this incredible home is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own and be inspired by this unforgettable piece of Colorado history.
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