FOR SALENEW

3207 N Olive St
Denver, CO 80207

Northeast Park Hill

Local Information

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  • Schools
    2 Elementary Schools
    4 Middle Schools
    3 High Schools
  • Crime
    Lowest crime relative to the rest of Denver county.
  • Commute
    86% of residents commute by car.
  • Shop & Eat
    65 Restaurants
    17 Groceries
    14 Nightlife

Description

SELLER MOTIVATED!
Affordability in Park Hill and just blocks from all the retail and restaurants in Central Park Rear unit in a wonderful mid century brick duplex, 2+2 bedrooms, full + 3/4 baths. Kitchen and baths redone, granite counters in kitchen, all appliances. Perfect for owner occupied with minimal maintenance. Bus stop bust steps away, Light Rail a few blocks to the North. Property is currently with happy tenants more than willing to stay. At closing rent of $ 2,200 will prorate to new owner as well as tenants deposit of $2,000. Both units may be purchased together is desired. New meets & boundaries legal description is in process with seller's attorney. New legal will be submitted to the city for approval and new tax proration. Party wall agreement is in attorneys work flow.

Home Details for 3207 N Olive St

Year Built
1955
Parking
No Info
Price/Sqft
$264
HOA
None
Heating
No
Cooling
No
Outdoor
No Info
Pool
No
Interior Features
Interior Details
Basement
Levels, Entrance, & Accessibility
Stories: 1
Days on Market
Days on Market: 7 Days on Trulia
Property Information
Year Built
Year Built: 1955
Property Type / Style
Property Type: Single Family Home
Price & Status
Price
Price Per Sqft: $264
Agent Information
Listing Agent
MLS/Source ID: 8921640
Lot Information
Lot Size: 3,920 sqft

Price History for 3207 N Olive St

Event DetailsPrice
06/16/2021
PriceChange
RE/MAX International
$494K

06/12/2021
PriceChange
RE/MAX International
$495K

06/09/2021
Listed For Sale
RE/MAX International
$550K

12/10/2014
Sold
Agent Provided
$326K

05/02/2002
Sold
Agent Provided
$270K

10/24/2000
Sold
Agent Provided
$229K

08/03/2000
Sold
Agent Provided
$165K

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Property Taxes and Assessment

Year2020
Tax$2,420
Assessment$469,400
Home facts updated by county records

Price Trends

For homes in 80207
$599,203
Typical home value
This home: $494,000 21% below
$456
Typical Home Value by sqft
This home: $264 73% below
Price trends provided by third party data sources.

Comparable Sales for 3207 N Olive St

Address
Distance
Property Type
Sold Price
Sold Date
Bed
Bath
Sqft
2.79
Single-Family Home
$1,357,000
05/17/21
4
3
3,143
4.90
Single-Family Home
$400,000
05/19/21
-
3
1,944
7.45
Single-Family Home
$380,000
05/18/21
3
2
1,736
8.85
Single-Family Home
$375,000
05/26/21
3
2
2,250
7.03
Single-Family Home
$381,500
05/17/21
4
3
2,152
7.57
Single-Family Home
$420,000
05/18/21
4
2.5
1,146
2.52
Single-Family Home
$800,000
06/09/21
4
2
1,948
3.83
Single-Family Home
$398,000
06/03/21
6
2
2,253
3.92
Single-Family Home
$500,000
05/28/21
5
5
3,096
1.83
Single-Family Home
$299,900
06/04/21
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-
-
Home facts updated by county records

Neighborhood Overview

Neighborhood stats provided by third party data sources.

What Locals Say about Northeast Park Hill

At least 56 Trulia users voted on each feature.
  • 93%
    There are sidewalks
  • 77%
    Car is needed
  • 76%
    It's dog friendly
  • 73%
    Parking is easy
  • 71%
    Yards are well-kept
  • 61%
    Kids play outside
  • 59%
    People would walk alone at night
  • 56%
    Streets are well-lit
  • 52%
    There's holiday spirit
  • 51%
    They plan to stay for at least 5 years
  • 51%
    It's walkable to restaurants
  • 51%
    It's quiet
  • 43%
    There's wildlife
  • 37%
    It's walkable to grocery stores
  • 36%
    Neighbors are friendly
  • 20%
    There are community events
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  • Trulia User
    "been here all my life. tha neighborhood has changed but I still feel safe and love all the parks in the neighborhood "
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    "Its close to a Walmart,Mcdonalds,home depo, Chick-fil-A,ross, and a lot more nice and beautiful place"
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  • Trulia User
    "15 mins to LoDo. 15 mins to Anschutz medical campus. It’s perfectly located for both areas. It is also easy to jump on I-70 "
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  • Trulia User
    "It is very close to a light rail station and a quick ride to RiNo and Downtown Denver. The area has a small dog park and sits right next to a large green space. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Not the safest area but really just be safe and positive and respect the culture dont try an change it wont work been here for 27yrs"
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  • Trulia User
    "lots of parks for your dog to run & play . a few area bars lots of restaurants and a few gyms and yoga places close proximity to are grocery stores."
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  • Trulia User
    "ive been living in this neighborhood since a kid. I love it here. Its like nostalgia living in the neighborhood again"
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  • Trulia User
    "This area is only 2 miles from the 16th St. mall and 1.5 miles from the big box stores in the Stapleton shopping area. This unique development is suburban living in the urban downtown. A bicycle is my preferred method of transportation in the summer. A nearby rail station will open in 2016 to provide transportation to the airport and Union Station."
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  • Trulia User
    "I moved to Northeast Park Hill in July 2012. So far, I've been very happy. This neighborhood used to be a very bad area. In the 1960s, there were race riots and a local shopping center was burned. In the 1980s, the bloods spread to Denver from LA and made this their home territory. However, in recent years, much has been done to improve the area. The derelict shopping mall at Dahlia Square was torn down and replaced with a senior center. There have been improvements to libraries and rec centers. Stapleton and the retail at Quebec Square made the area more desirable. Crime has fallen every year since 2005, although there is still some gang activity around. Public transportation is pretty good. The area is close to Downtown, City Park, the retail and biek trails at Stapleton. Although some of the neighborhood schools are bad, the area is full of top-quality charter schools, including Denver School of the Arts, Denver School of Science and Technology and Swigert-Macauliffe International School. Another very big deal is that houses in the neighborhood are still cheaper than comparable ones right across Martin Luther King Blvd and pretty cheap for Denver in general. The area is not perfect. Aside from the residual gang presence, the area suffers from small houses and some very dirty alleys. But overall, I give it a thumbs up."
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  • Trulia User
    "The location is perfect with stapleton shopping just 1.5 miles to the east and the 16th St. mall only 4 miles to the west. The neighborhood is extremely quiet and is completely removed from pass through traffic. "
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  • Trulia User
    "Nice, clean area of solid brick homes. Constantly improving area due to proximity to Stapleton on the East and Downtown to the west. "
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LGBT Local Legal Protections

LGBT Legal Protections updated by Movement Advancement Project
3207 N Olive St, Denver, CO 80207 is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1,872 sqft single-family home built in 1955. 3207 N Olive St is located in Northeast Park Hill, Denver. This property is currently available for sale and was listed by RE/MAX International on Jun 9, 2021. The asking price for 3207 N Olive St is $494,000. The MLS # for this home is MLS# 8921640.