1810 S Clayton St., Denver, Colorado, 80210
ONLINE ONLY AUCTION
MIDCENTURY HOME * UNIVERSITY PARK * DENVER COLORADO
1810 S. Clayton St., Denver, CO 80210
ONLINE BIDDING OPENS: Saturday, August 21st @ 6:00pm MST (7pm Central Time)
ONLINE BIDDING CLOSES: Tuesday, September 21st @ at 6:00pm MST (7pm Central Time)
REGISTER & BID ONLINE: Go to www.BidHeritage.com and register. All bidding conducted online only. Registration can take up to 24 hours, so make sure to register early.
BROKER OF RECORD: The auction is conducted as a co-brokerage agreement with United Country | Eagle Hawk Brokers and Auctioneers. Lisa Bowman, Colorado Broker of Record (license #EI.040018295). Her phone number is 720-878-5626. Contact Lisa Bowman with any questions regarding the property or the auction process.
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: This home is located in a highly desirable neighborhood known as University Park to the City of Denver, Colorado. The home is a Midcentury all brick tri-level home with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, original hardwood floors, fireplace, and much more. There is a new roof on the home and the garage, and the front and rear porches are covered. The home sets on 2 nice sized lots with lots of mature trees and the detached 3 car garage which has alley access. The property is very suitable for a single family residence, or an investment as a residential rental. There has been recent redevelopment in the area given the prime location, only blocks from the University of Denver Campus.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lots 3 and 4, Block 11, First Addition to University Park, City and County of Denver, State of Colorado.
PROPERTY INSPECTIONS DATES: The home will be open for viewing and inspections on the following dates and times:
Sunday, Aug 29th @ 2:00PM (MST)
Sunday, Sept 12th @ 2:00PM (MST).
TAXES: The real estate taxes for 2020 were $2,799.54.
AREA & GENERAL INFORMATION:
Location, Location, Location!
University of Denver “DU” Campus, Starbucks, Shopping Stores, Bars and Restaurants. Approximately a half a mile to light rail and highway access to I-25. Approximately 3 miles to Cherry Creek Mall and 2 miles to Washington Park and Downtown Denver attractions.
Well-established neighborhood, tree-lined streets, pricey New Builds and mid-century brick Tudors and Bungalows.
University Park’s wide streets and grassy lawns make it a pleasant place to walk and for bikers. East Harvard Gulch Trail is approximately 2.4-mile, which cuts through the spacious Robert H. McWilliams Park.
Demographics—Get to Know Your Neighbors - Renter’s Reign
The University Park neighborhood Denver, Colorado has an approximate population of 8,156. University Park is in Denver County and is one of the best places to live in Colorado.
The median age of University Park residents is 34.9 years old. It’s an educated community, with 68 percent of the adult (25 and older) population holding a bachelor’s degree or higher. When it comes to housing, renters reign, with 48 percent of all units renter-occupied. Singles comprise the majority (57 percent) of neighborhood households. The average household income is $73,412.
University of Denver History and Traditions and Pioneer Legacy
“Both DU and Denver rose out of the Colorado frontier and have developed in tandem ever since. Founded in 1864 as the Colorado Seminary, only six years after the founding of Denver City in what was then the Colorado Territory. As Denver grew from a gold rush boom town with a population of around 3,000 into one of the largest and most cosmopolitan cities of the interior West, we too evolved from our roots as a Methodist seminary into a global intellectual center in a city on the rise. Our first female and African American graduates earned their degrees in 1886 and 1900, respectively.
We established one of the first business schools in the country, as well as the first school of social work between the Mississippi and the West Coast. Football teams from the NFL and the AFL played each other for the first time on our campus. During the 1960s, Martin Luther King Jr. visited and we became a center of protest for the region.
As we entered the 21st century, we modernized our campus and renewed our commitment to academic excellence and inclusion. Our students and faculty continue to drive our development, and we look forward to the next 150 years as we enhance our status as one of our city's defining institutions and an internationally known, student-centered research university.” … University of Denver
Living in University Park offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In University Park there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many young professionals live in University Park. The public schools in University Park are above average. The neighborhood features are the Observatory Park, site of DU’s Chamberlin Observatory, a Romanesque structure that’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Downtown Denver, Cherry Creek, Denver Country Club, The Denver Astronomical Society, where you can get an up-close look at the moon and stars through the venue’s famed 28-foot-long Alvan Clark-Saegmuller refracting telescope.
DU - Denver University, across the neighborhood is the DU campus, which sits the Newman Center for the performing arts. The striking venue hosts a packed calendar of multi-disciplinary events, from modern dance to musicals to an Afro-Latin-jazz orchestra. (As of press time, events were postponed through May 31, 2021.)
LoDo, Denver art museum, Denver Musem of Nature & Science, Wash Park, Cheeseman Park, Denver Art Museum, The Denver Center of Performing Arts, The Robert and Judi Newman Center, Denver Botanic Gardens, Colorado Ballet, Larimer Square, Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver Zoo, Elitch Gardens, Coors Field “Colorado Rockies”, Empower Field “Denver Broncos” Pepsi Center, Down Town Denver, Cherry Creek Parks and Wildlife, Denver International Airport and the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
This property is in close proximity to the University of Denver “DU” Campus, starbucks, shopping stores, bars and restaurants. Approximately one-half mile to light rail and highway access on I-25. Approximately 3 miles to Cherry Creek Mall and 2 miles to Washington Park and Downtown Denver attractions.
AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Homes such as this located in Denver’s University Park Area rarely ever come available at public auction. This is your chance to name your price and purchase a great investment property in one of Denver’s most desirable areas. Make sure to view the property and get registered to bid on this wonderful investment opportunity.
Jeffery V. Wickenheiser