2100 Mt. Zion Drive, Golden
Narrated Video Tour at www.BeverlyHeightsHome.com
This two-story home is located near the top of Golden’s Beverly Heights neighborhood, uphill from Golden proper. It’s a favorite neighborhood for professors at the Colorado School of Mines because of its proximity to campus as well as to open space. Cyclists also like to live here because it’s on one of their favorite bike routes — the Lariat Loop Road, which climbs past the famous “M” to Buffalo Bill’s Grave at the top of Lookout Mountain. This home backs to that road. Built in 1959, it’s classified by the county as a ranch-style home with walk-out basement, but it’s really a 2-story home, with kitchen and common living space on the ground floor and four bedrooms and two baths upstairs. Although it needs updating, it’s priced below appraisal (which I’ll provide) and is definitely worth it, as you’ll see in the video tour at the website above.
We’ll be holding it open this Saturday, Oct. 8th, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Published Oct. 6, 2016, in the YourHub section of the Denver Post.