Charline Place Condos
Capitol Hill's Charline Place condo community is in a historic building originally built as four separate houses in 1890 and later joined together create apartments. In 1995 the building was converted into privately owned condominiums. This Romanesque building features 44 units which have unique floor plans and range in size from 430 to 1600 square fee. Some units have roof access and large balconies while others feature enclosed balconies used for offices and living space. Read More...
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With exposed brick, over-sized doors with tall ceilings and open floor plans these units offer something for everyone. Three of the buildings are connected via the basement where the hallways are narrow and ceilings are low but are comprised of garden level units, storage and a laundry room; the Carriage House stands alone outside the other buildings with their own private access for the two units. It's worth a visit to this condo for its charm, history or just to see what living was like so many years ago; the old milk delivery closets are still visible throughout the buildings and the main level staircases hold a sense of royalty in their marble stairs.
- Secured entry
- Laundry facility
- Call box for visitor access
A community with history
The Capitol Hill neighborhood of Denver is one some would call charming. Full of renovated historic homes, apartment and condo living, shops, bars and restaurants this neighborhood offers some spice of life living with a rich history and active community. Just East of the capitol building and Civic Center Park this area makes access to downtown simple and convenient. You can ride your bike to the South Broadway area, into Lodo or Uptown or head further east to City Park for some kickball or jazz in the park on Sundays during the summer. Cheesman Park is Capitol Hill's neighborhood park perfect for exercise strolls or letting the dogs release some energy. Capitol Hill offers something for everyone in this bustling area of Denver.
You won't need a car
With a walking score of 91 this "Walkers Paradise" makes Charline Place a building in a prime location for anything you need. Easy access to groceries, restaurants, activities and necessities is at hand. Head west on Colfax to I25 access or the light rail station at Metro State University, head east to Cherry Creek, the Botanic Gardens or the zoo just blocks away. This part of Denver is a biker's dream neighborhood; with parking often limited, a bicycle is the simplest form of transportation next to mass transit which runs on many streets in Capitol Hill. These streets are lined with history and offer city living complete with easy access and tons of activity.