Original Post By: The Denver Post
Kentwood’s Jennifer Markus is holding an open house for the luxury condo, which has a deck half as large as the unit itself in The Beauvallon.
Practically any condo has some kind of deck, often no bigger than a deckchair. But Realtor Jennifer Markus will show you a luxury condo Sunday, July 8, in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood that has a deck half as large as the unit itself, and with a downtown/mountain view to match.
From noon until 2 p.m., Markus will give a first-ever open house for 925 Lincoln Street 5C-S — a 2,170-square-foot condo in The Beauvallon, the twin-tower Parisian-styled building that anchors three street-level restaurants and a coffee bar on Lincoln.
Ornate-terraced architecture creates some super-sized decks for a few key units on the fifth floor — and the deck on this one is a garden-level patio that measures 1,000 square feet, with room to host a dinner party, plus plenty of deck seating beyond, and space for your labradoodle to lounge.
It overlooks a view west to the mountains, north to the art museum and downtown’s financial district. “That view will be worth something someday,” says Markus. “It’s unbelievable at night.”
The price is $799,900.
The original owner had its two-bedroom plan converted to a single super-suite with his-and-her bathrooms and a giant, paneled walk-in closet (and it could go back to two bedrooms, Markus says, if a buyer was inclined).
You’ll see a gourmet kitchen that’s entirely remodeled for sale, a study with its own door to the patio, and two oversized parking spaces that are deeded with the unit
Beauvallon’s walkable dining, amenities and concierge services have always attracted older buyers looking for low maintenance, but Markus says the building is now drawing a younger, entrepreneurial set — including a number of inquiries she’s getting now from international buyers.
You’ll get a look at Beauvallon’s vast pool deck and garden — on the fifth level beside the sprawling deck of this one.
You can park free at the many meters along Lincoln on Sunday, July 8, then enter the south tower and check in with the concierge.
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