June 2012

There are 4 blog entries for June 2012.

Buying luxury condos in any area requires some careful planning on the part of the buyer. Careful planning will help ensure that the buyer is getting everything he or she dreams of when thinking of the word luxury because the word can have very different meaning for different people. Before you start looking at luxury condos in Colorado, taking the time to consider these three tips will save a lot of hassle and time wasted on looking at the wrong places.

First, define what luxury means to you. Most often people think of luxury as being upscale everything in the condo. Buyers should make a list of what exactly defines a luxury condo. This might include hardwood floors or high end carpeting, and things like granite countertops and top-of-the-line appliances…
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If you’re thinking of relocating to Colorado, there are a number of items to remember before, during and after the move that can make the whole experience a lot easier. Whether you are moving across the country or just one state over, moving to Colorado can be a good choice for finding excellent career opportunities, good schools and welcoming neighborhoods, no matter where you move in the state. To make the transition as easy as possible, keep these things in mind.

Before you relocate to Colorado, locate your new residence. If you are planning to buy, there are many excellent agents in every city and town that can help you find the right property to meet your budget and your dreams. Be sure to consider the schools and options for childcare if you have

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Rocky Mountain News founder, William Byers first built his home in 1883.  In 1889, the home was purchased by William Gray Evans.  Both Byers and Evans were prominent Denver families.  The home is an Italianate style house that has had several add-ons throughout the years.  In 1981, the Colorado Historical Society received the home with all its contents as a donation.  The house is one of Denver’s historical homes that is open to the public where they can visit a beautifully restored home taking them back to the period of 1912 to 1924 with ninety percent of the original other household items, furniture, china, glassware, brightly patterned wallpapers, polished wood finishes, ornate mantles, and draperies that belonged to the William Evans and his wife,

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Built in 1889, the Historic Raymond House is listed in the Dupont Registry of American Castles and on the National Register of Historic Structures. Situated on Denver’s Capitol Hill at the corner of 16th and Race in the Wyman Historic District, the historic structure currently serves as home to the Castle Marne Bed and Breakfast Inn.

Designed by architect William Lang, the Historic Raymond House boasts the architectural style of Richardsonian Romanesque with Queen Anne overtones. The home is characterized by its rusticated lava stone exterior, with the exquisite stones having been quarried in Castle Rock, Colorado. Comprised primarily of mica, quartz and feldspar, the 22-inch-thick walls sparkle and glitter.

Today, the Historic Raymond House continues to

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