- Summer House
- MLS® #: 3448608
- 1313 N Williams Street 1001
- Denver, CO 80218
- 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1,394 SqFt
- - Active
- Office: Kentwood Real Estate Cherry Creek
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Amenities include: staffed front desk six days a week, secure two-level parking garage, secured lobby entry, private balconies, laundry rooms on each floorIndoor pool and hot tub, work out facility, steam shower Sauna, two private meeting rooms, guest parking, roof top deck with spectacular views, assigned interior storage, assigned garage and covered parking.
While Summer House isn't the tallest on its block, its convenience factor is one to not be taken lightly. Sitting on the corner of 13th Avenue in Capitol Hill makes an easy commute to all the activities of Denver. It is minutes from the Denver Zoo, Museum of Nature and Science, the Denver Art Museum and Colorado History Museum. Civic Center Park is close enough to enjoy the People's Fair or Taste of Colorado by bike to avoid the road closures and parking nightmares. It is a quick bike ride to City Park where you can enjoy live jazz on Sundays in the park or take a paddle boat ride with your someone special. It's hardly a hop, skip or jump to the Golden Triangle and Uptown areas full of superb restaurants such as Charcoal and Steubens or you can stay in Capitol Hill and eat at the local favorite: Pete's Kitchen. Music lovers will appreciate the ability to bike to the Fillmore Auditorium and the Blue Bird Theater or take a $5 cab ride. Sitting away from any highways, Summer House is quiet, comfortable and convenient. Another amazing perp is the Summer House is conveniently located in Capitol Hill so you can use public transportation to get into Downtown or take a short bike ride. I-70 and I-25 are 2.8 miles from the building just beyond Coors Field and Broadway is 1.5 miles for access to the Baker District South Broadway shopping. Taxis are always convenient and affordable to anywhere.Summer House used to be on the haunted house tour of Denver. Legend has it the house there prior to the condos was home to a small boy who was in a wheelchair and kept in the basement because it wasn't well received to have a child with a disability back then. When the house was destroyed it is believed he was still in the basement and buried alive. His ghost is known for flipping light switches and playing with balls in the hallways. There is still a photo of the home in the entry level common area.Currently there is a Fox newscaster, famous painter, editor of the Denver Post and several other "famous" homeowners in the building.