The place you come home to at the end of each day is essential to your wellbeing. If you love your environment, you’ll feel it in every aspect of your life.
So if you’re someone who loves all things modern, Denver’s contemporary homes may be just what you need to complete your style and your life.
Contemporary & Modern Homes in Denver
Many areas of Denver have been around for a long time, so the architecture can range from Victorian to old ranch-style homes. But those styles aren’t for everyone.
Many newer homes in Denver offer a more contemporary style. There are also homes that have been redesigned from their original form built in the early 1900s to incorporate more modern aspects and give the homes a fresh feel.
Colorado is an exceptional setting for modern architecture. The big skies, open spaces and sunny climate scream for big windows and integrated indoor/outdoor living.
Modern architecture began to take a hold in the city in the mid 1950s. One of the earliest modern neighborhoods developed in Denver was Arapahoe Acres in Englewood. It was developed by Edward Hawkins, Eugene Sternberg, and Gerry Dion. Together they built 124 houses over a period of about eight years.
Other modern neighborhoods in Denver include:
- Virginia Village
- Bonnie Brae
- Cherry Creek
- Harvey Park
Outside of metro Denver, you can also find modern architecture in areas, such as:
- Green Mountain
- Wheat Ridge
Modern architects continue to work in Denver because of its excellent setting for the style.
Aspects of Modern Denver Architecture
Modern architecture often includes details, such as:
- Open floor plans
- Incorporated indoor/outdoor living
- Greener technologies
- Clean, simple lines
- Large windows
Homes are often built around the idea that “less is more.” With simplicity in mind, modern homes are frequently smaller and more manageable.
Ready to Learn More?
If you are looking for a contemporary modern home, Denver is an ideal location. You can find an already modern house or restore an older house to incorporate modern aspects.
Contemporary homes range in price and include houses accessible to middle-class families as well as upper-class families.
With Denver’s sunny climate, majestic mountain views and favorable climate, the common aspects of modern architecture fit in well with the city.
I am a Denver/Boulder real estate agent. If you are interested in learning more about buying or selling a contemporary modern home in Denver, please contact me. Or if you would simply like to compare homes to learn more about specific houses, please get in touch.
The best way to find a new home is by searching with someone who is up to date on the current market and all it has to offer. I can be that guide for you.