Stapleton Penthouse Row Home! Moving On UP to Central Park North! 3402 Xenia St.
Penthouse perfection in this Stapleton Row Home. In Real Estate the say "location location location"! But this home takes that one step further. This artsy, cool and fun home can get away with singing "I'm sexy and I know it".
Whether a bachelor or bachelorette, a new couple or a family you will be thrilled to invite friends and family over to show off you new home at 3402 Xenia St. 4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 2 balconies including one at the top of this penthouse row home which is an amazing space. Over 2,000 square feet and just a Distinctive style. It also has a 2 car attached garage but you may only use it for storage because with this location you may be getting rid of your car.
Let's talk about this location. Of course 1/2 block away from the center of Central Park, which has a huge playground, sledding hill, bike and jogging path, a lake where the dog can play and many great City and Stapleton events. From your front door you can walk to the 29th Avenue Town Center and Quebec Square. These have over 30 restaurants, shops, and conveniences, as well as hosting most of Stapleton's great homeowners events such as Farmer's Market, movies on the green and concerts.
You are also only a couple blocks away from the Jet Stream Pool, one of Stapleton's 4 pools. As if that wasn't enough in just over 2 years you will be just a short little walk away from being able to take the commuter rail to both Union Station down town and DIA. Currently a park and ride bus station hub so that you can right now catch a bus to about anywhere in Denver. Of course being in one of Denver's best school districts isn't bad either and you can walk or bike to many of the great education choices.
To sum it up you will have the real tough choice. Do you stay and entertain in your super cool pad or walk to any of the many options surrounding you in the vibrant Stapleton community? Either way you are a winner so please call the StapletonHomeTeam for a private showing of this great Stapleton Penthouse Row Home.