LIV SIR Lists Rural Paradise In Greenwood

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LIV SIR Lists Rural Paradise In Greenwood

With Denver’s home price growth outpacing anywhere in the country, up 9.8 percent, according to CoreLogic’s Home Price Index, and limited inventory seemingly stacked on top of one another, rural housing options have met increasing demand. To meet that demand, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty broker team, The Ernstsen/Brennan Team, recent top 10 sales production team winners at the 37th Denver Metro Roundtable Excellence Awards, is offering one land parcel truly unique.

Pictured Above: 5 Acre parcel on Willamette Lane, Greenwood Village. Listed by The Ernstsen/Brennan Team, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.

Set along a shady avenue, away from street noise and traffic, yet with close proximity to modern convenience (the Denver Tech Center is only 5 minutes away) sits the parcel on Willamette Lane. With its entire eastern boundary abutting the Highline Canal and Wilderness Trail, this 5 acre site, (two, 2.5 acre sites being sold as one parcel) comes with deeded water rights to the canal and both municipal water and sewer availability. There is nothing else like it in Greenwood Village.

“The property price is $3,250,000, or $1,625,00 per 2.5 acre site, and is priced below recent 2.5 acre sites in Cherry Hills that have sold recently for over $2,000,000 for similar sized ground not on the canal trail,” said Joanne Ernstsen. “It is actually two sites but the owner is selling them together because it is becoming rare to have that much ground in that location. A new buyer can choose to keep all or sell one.”

Located on a private road, the property site sits just west of The Preserve between Belleview and Orchard Road in Greenwood Village, the most rural part of Greenwood.

Similar to the rural acreages just to the North in Cherry Hills, lot sizes range from 2.5 acres and many of the roads remain unpaved as a preference of the equestrian community that lives there. The country atmosphere is abundant with the parcel’s proximity to the Wilderness Trail, used exclusively by walkers, bikers and horses, and the Highline Canal.

The canal is managed by the Denver Water board, and the property’s water rights date back before the 1900’s when the entire area was rural farmland. The parcel’s high elevation allows for simple tap fees and easy hook up to city water and sewer in lieu of septic systems.

For more information, please contact LIV Sotheby’s International Realty brokers, Joanne Ernstsen, Michael Ernstsen, or Jane Brennan at 303.888.1985. To service all of your real estate needs visit www.livsothebysrealty.com.

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