Downtown Denver is Back, and Trieste Lofts in the Golden Triangle is its StarAmanda Molitor
Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood is a hub for culture in the Mile High City. This community enjoys a sophisticated collection of fine art galleries, restaurants, and locally owned businesses that make this a premier destination for those looking for a more refined city-living experience.
Now, the opportunity to own a piece of this unique neighborhood has arisen. The developer of the artfully designed Trieste condominium building, Larry Fullerton, is selling one of the residences within his favorite project. The gorgeous condo at 1100 Cherokee Street, Unit #302, which is listed by LIV Sotheby’s International Realty brokers, Larry & Barb Fullerton, is currently available for $649,900.
“When we started building in the Golden Triangle, we were pleasantly surprised at how many people were eager to try downtown living. We were aiming primarily at buyers who were eager to escape the burdens of single-family homeownership and wanting to add more fun and free time into their lives,” explained Fullerton. “Many of our buyers expressed interest in serving as docents at the Denver Art Museum, exploring local history at the Denver Public Library, and walking or biking on the Cherry Creek bikeway.”
The moment you arrive at Trieste, which beckons you through its Italian gate into a lushly landscaped courtyard entrance, you know that you’ve found a rare gem within the city. The residence itself pays homage to the artistic nature of the neighborhood with an octagonal foyer and symmetrical art niches, welcoming residents and guests alike into the well-designed 1,684 square foot space.
The elegant high-ceilinged great room is perfectly appointed for entertaining friends and family or hosting intimate gatherings with its distinctive gas fireplace and two outside spaces – an almost unheard-of feature. From the balcony, Denver’s captivating skyline can be taken in and relaxation can be found on the covered porch, which opens to the great room and the master suite to create what the architect, Michael Murphy, called a unique “see-through concept”. The great room also features an alcove which can be used as an exercise or yoga space.
A well-designed kitchen with a walk-in pantry is a joy forever, and this one is truly special. The spacious design of this home allows life to flow seamlessly from the kitchen to the great room, which are conjoined by a beautiful arched island that provides ample workspace for creating delicious meals and can serve as a buffet table.
The large, private master suite is a true retreat with an expansive five-piece bathroom and huge California Closet. The guest suite at the other end of the home allows guests to enjoy their privacy in comfortable accommodations. This condo even boasts a home office with a built-in desk, cabinets, and Cat 5 wiring that makes working from home simple.
Barb Fullerton said, “These homes are unique in the Denver marketplace right now because of their large interior space, multiple outdoor areas in the home as well as the rooftop deck – which I think is great for cocktails. Not to mention the fact that there are only 24 total residences in the building, so you can know you neighbors. It’s a fun lifestyle for people who want to downsize from their big suburban homes. And at $649,900, this residence offers a quality Denver lifestyle at a price that is lower than today’s average single-family home.”
The Golden Triangle neighborhood has wonderful restaurants like LoStella where the Rolling Stones were spotted before a concert, CubaCuba, a Cuban sandwich shop and mojito bar, Dozens for breakfast only where city officials meet before work, and Pint’s Pub, the British gastro brewpub and restaurant, which offers the largest selection of Scotch west of the Mississippi. It’s also known for museums like the Denver Art Museum and Clyfford Still Museum. Residents of this area love to stroll through the many prestigious art galleries in the neighborhood during First Friday gallery walks.
Incorporating design elements such as the stunning arch treatment over the island, art niches in the foyer, the antique Italian gate, entry courtyard and fountain, high ceilings, corner units that face two directions, home offices and pantry closets are what make the Fullerton projects superior homes and have created value for buyers over-and-over again.
Today, you can experience unit #302 within Trieste for yourself. Tour the residence between 2:00-4:00 p.m. by calling Larry Fullerton at 303-594-4920. To learn more about this property and more, visit EmptyNesterRealEstate.com. And for of all your real estate needs, contact LIV Sotheby’s International Realty by calling 303.893.3200 or visiting LIVSothebysRealty.com.