For instance, I have clients that sold their 1928 bungalow last year and purchases a brand new home in Stapleton for less. For them, they wanted a more efficient home with enough bathrooms and electrical outlets to accommodate a growing family. Whereas I also listed a 5 bedroom home in Stapleton last year because the single owner wanted to downsize and move to Wash Park.
In other words, it goes both ways.
Give me a call so we can discuss your particular situation.
Perry & Co.
The prices in Wash Park are steep compared to may other areas in Denver. This is one of the most desirable areas in the city due to it's location close to the park, the quality of the neighborhood, and it's strong reputation. Let me know if I can help
But if the question is more about what you get for your money, that's a question you'll need to decide. There are homes in wonderful suburban neighborhoods, with great schools, that would cost you less than half of the $$$ per square foot value you will pay in the Wash Park area, and that's not an exaggeration. But if you don't care for the suburban lifestyle, that doesn't matter.
There are also other urban neighborhoods that offer most of the same lifestyle features that the Wash Park area does, but also cost a lot less.
Bottom line, you will pay more $$$/SF for homes in Wash Park than the majority of homes on other communities. But if you like that neighborhood, and can afford to live there, that home will hold its value over time.
If you're interested in learning about and perhaps seeing some other options, give me a shout.
Best of luck to you.