Ogden Residence · Uptown · Denver, Colorado
3 beds 4 baths
1881 square feet
Welcome to 1715 Ogden, an artfully-designed and perfectly-placed modern abode in Denver’s historic Uptown neighborhood.
Bordering the north edge of the Swallow Hill Historic District, 1715 Ogden sits adjacent to three historically-designated 1880’s-era Queen Anne Victorians created by Frank E. Edbrooke, designer of dozens of Denver’s most iconic historic landmarks, including The Oxford Hotel, Loretto Heights Academy, and The Brown Palace Hotel.
Three private outdoor areas offer endless opportunities for joyful indoor/outdoor living. A fenced-in ground-level yard provides green space for an urban garden and for pets to roam freely. The second level wrap-around covered patio features a natural gas line for convenient grilling just steps from the kitchen with plenty of room for entertaining al fresco. At the pinnacle of the home, a rooftop patio spans the entire footprint of the residence. The south portion of the roof offers picture-perfect profile views of the iconic cash register building, Denver’s skyline and the surrounding historic district. The north portion is hidden from the neighbors’ view and has been engineered to support future installation of a hot tub. Each of the three bedrooms has its own full bath and custom blackout shades, perfect for hosting guests or leasing as a turnkey investment property (similar homes routinely rent for upwards of $4,000/mo). The extra large primary suite is home to a five-piece bath and two walk-in closets, each with custom storage systems.
Living in Uptown offers instant access to many of Denver’s most convenient and celebrated dining, entertainment and cultural destinations. Marczyk Fine Food, Ideal Market, Watercourse Foods, Potager, the Ogden Theater, Cheesman Park and countless other stellar attractions are located within just a handful of blocks of this sensational residence.