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Artistic Tri-Level residence in Denver

I’m not the type that would like to live in a house. I personally prefer apartments better because they seem more intimate and it’s more convenient and easy to access. However, there are some residences that might make me change my mind. One of them is this tri-level located in Denver, Colorado, USA. The house measures a total of 2.385 square feet and it’s surrounded by vegetation from every part.There, in Hutchinson Hills. The atmosphere is very calm and beautiful that it’s easy to imagine how nice it would be to actually live there.

The house was originally built in 1970 so it has a lot of stories to tell. Still, it has been renovated multiple times and now it features a modern interior, fresh and inspiring. It’s a three bedroom, three bathroom house with a refreshing open floor plan that connects most of the common areas like the living room, dining room or kitchen. The rooms are simple and modern and very inviting. The bedrooms are especially cozy.

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The interior design is beautiful but the exterior is impressive as well. The vast green space that surrounds the house offers panoramic views and a very refreshing feeling. The backyard is filled with ornamental grasses, trees and perennials. The house seems to integrate beautifully into the landscape. The house is currently on the market for $390,000.

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Posted in Real Estate on November 7, 2011

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Simona Ganea
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