$2.4 Million Homes in Colorado, Rhode Island and Florida
WHAT A beachfront townhouse with five bedrooms and four full and two half-bathrooms
HOW MUCH $2.35 million
SIZE 4,610 square feet
PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $521
SETTING This concrete-and-stucco house is in Seagrove, a gated beach community of 12 residences on the south end of the Siesta Key barrier island, off the coast of Sarasota. Siesta Key has miles of sandy beaches along with shops and restaurants. The island is a favorite for vacationers, with outdoor activities like boating, fishing, whale watching and other water sports. Seagrove is near the Stickney Point Bridge, which connects to Sarasota. The community is about six and a half miles from downtown Sarasota and nearly five miles from the Sarasota Bradenton International Airport.
INDOORS The main level has an open layout with 16-foot ceilings, an abundance of windows and glass doors, and an indoor-outdoor fireplace. Anchoring the floor is a central kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, surrounded by areas designated for dining and lounging. There is a guest suite with a private entrance, and a game room with a bar and Ping-Pong table.
The second floor, which can be reached by stairs or an elevator, has four en-suite bedrooms, along with a loft and a large, open area that could be used as a family room. The house was built in 2005 and comes fully furnished, and includes a two-car garage.
OUTDOOR SPACE There is a small yard with a modest heated pool, an outdoor kitchen with a barbecue grill and ice maker, and a seating area. The Seagrove community also offers various amenities to residents, including a pool, cabanas and a private beach.
TAXES $28,751 a year; $6,500 annual homeowners’ association fee (includes flood insurance)
CONTACT Barbara Ackerman and Ryan Ackerman, Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate, 941-387-1820; ackermangroup.net
WHAT A shingled home near the bay, with four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms
HOW MUCH $2.395 million
SIZE 6,520 square feet
PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $367
SETTING This house is in the Bristol neighborhood of Poppasquash Point, a peninsula in Narragansett Bay. The area is known for its large waterfront homes, working farms and the 464-acre Colt State Park. The Bristol Yacht Club and Bristol Marine are also part of the neighborhood and provide social activities and marine services. Downtown Bristol, with its historic homes, shops and restaurants, is about three and a half miles away.
INDOORS The house has water views from various rooms and is within walking distance of the bay. It was built in 1991 and has undergone numerous renovations over the years.
The large foyer leads to a living room with cathedral ceilings and a fireplace, a formal dining room and a family room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace and access to an outdoor patio with a pool. There are hardwood floors and oversize windows throughout.
Also on the main level is a large kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, a center island and a breakfast area. Upstairs are the master suite, a guest suite and an office overlooking the bay. A lower level contains two more bedrooms, a gym, a full bath and ample storage.
OUTDOOR SPACE The home sits on 2.22 landscaped and wooded acres with several patios, porches and decks. There is a kidney-shaped in-ground pool, a three-car garage and a long circular driveway.
TAXES $28,708 a year; $1,375 annual homeowners’ association fees
CONTACT Leslie Hogan, Hogan Associates, 401-641-4608; hoganassociatesre.com
WHAT A custom-built Tudor-style house with five bedrooms and four full and two half-baths
HOW MUCH $2.4 million
SIZE 5,929 square feet
PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $405
SETTING This home is in the Washington Park neighborhood, a leafy enclave in south-central Denver with many large single-family houses, as well as the 155-acre park. The park, one of the city’s largest, has a recreation center and a boathouse, along with two lakes and two flower gardens, one of which is a replica of George Washington’s gardens in Mount Vernon, Va. The home is about a third of a mile from the popular Old South Gaylord Street Shops. It is about six miles from downtown Denver and nearly 30 miles from Denver International Airport.
INDOORS Built in 2013, the house was designed by Don Ruggles, a local architect. The exterior has a mix of Flemish and traditional brickwork with vine and herringbone details. A large wooden front door opens to a long foyer with a central staircase. The first floor has a formal dining room with an antique chandelier, a reading room with elaborate millwork, a large living room with a coffered ceiling, a laundry room and an open chef’s kitchen with doors leading to an outdoor patio. The kitchen has a butler’s pantry, marble countertops and high-end appliances. The home has three gas fireplaces and hand-hewn cherry hardwood flooring.
Upstairs are two en-suite bedrooms and a spacious master suite with a reading room, a dressing room and a spalike bathroom with a steam shower and soaking tub. There is an 889-square-foot bonus space on the third floor, and a high-ceilinged finished basement with a temperature-controlled wine cellar, a large guest suite, a bedroom/fitness room and a television room with a kitchenette.
OUTDOOR SPACE The home sits on 0.15 acres and has a private English-style garden, a three-car garage and a backyard patio with a built-in grill area and brick fireplace.
TAXES $10,264 a year
CONTACT Diane Clow, Sotheby’s International Realty, 303-893-3200; sothebysrealty.com