New Lower Prices on these Evergreen Homes
The original pricing strategy on a home can make or break the chances for a quick sale. That’s why, sometimes, properties stay on the market longer than expected and undergo a price reduction.
What does this mean for you?
A recently reduced price could mean a home not worthy of considering before is now in the sweet spot of pricing and could represent a great value.
Below are 7 homes in Evergreen with reduced prices in the last week.
These are the ones you can’t miss! If these are compelling to you--let's talk and I'll share my thoughts on where they fit relative to the recent similar sales.
It's large and it's gray and it's in Hiwan Hills! It has a few upgrades... If you want a big home in Hiwan Hills this could be the one
This Evergreen Park Estates mountain contemporary home was built by Brittany Builders in 1991. It has been updated quite a bit. This is a horse property with a loafing shed and a fenced pasture.
Under $500k can be tough right now but this one is move-in ready! The vaulted great room and hardwood floors cascade into the open kitchen. Big windows capture the views of Arapahoe National Forest-and it's on Brook Forest Water.
Lowest priced home in the Ridge at Hiwan! Updated throughout! Quiet culdesac. Intriguing architecture and a very cool master bath remodel. If you want to be in the Ridge in Evergreen this could be the way in!
Another Hiwan Hills option. Its location is ideal at the very end of Thimbleberry before it turns into Hidden Village--so it backs to large acreage homes giving it a very private feel. This one is a sleeper and should be seen!
Lots of upgrades, lots of reclaimed barnwood and even the hanging, roller barn doors to add a touch of retro nuevo to the master. I really like the water feature.
Evergreen Meadows has been hot this year. This one is in a convenient location with quick access to 73. Built in 1978 It's one of the few brick homes around. Sitting on 2 acres between Evergreen and Conifer