1 Month $1900.00
3 Month $1850.00
6 Month $1800.00
1301 NORTH OGDEN STREET
Welcome to the historic Cornwall! Built in 1903 in the Spanish-Moorish style, the building is on both the Colorado and National Historic Registers. Unit 1A in 1301 N. Ogden Street is on the first floor on the southeast corner of the building; it’s bright and sunny as it gets light from two sides. There is a large shared rooftop deck with a great view of the downtown skyline and the front range mountains.
The Cornwall is centrally located; a short bus ride will take you in any direction you choose, and it’s an easy walk to Cheesman Park (one of Denver’s loveliest).
This Victorian-style unit is nicely furnished and features a queen bed, and a twin sofa sleeper. The unit has hardwood floors, a gas fireplace, air conditioning, ceiling fans and an outdoor porch. The kitchen has been recently updated with a gas stovetop, dishwasher, disposal microwave, countertop oven and small fridge with icemaker. There’s a gas grill on the private porch for outdoor cooking.
The newly updated and tiled bathroom has a walk-in shower (no tub). Other amenities include internet T.V., and a wireless printer. The building has a laundry on site, and assigned outdoor parking in the adjacent lot.
Please follow all building rules - there is NO SMOKING AND QUIET HOURS AFTER 10:00PM.
A 2-block walk (north) will take you to Colfax Avenue – a commercial strip with many brew pubs, and restaurants of all descriptions. “The Snug” (1201 E Colfax Ave.) is one of our favorites for lunch, and a lively sports bar in the evening. “Pottage” for fine dining, and “Park Tavern” for burgers are a short 2-block walk south on Ogden St.
“Argonaut Liquor”, one of Denver’s finest wine and liquor stores is nearby and next door to it you’ll find “Natural Grocers.” There’s also a new Ideal Market (Whole Foods) within walking distance at 10th and Ogden.
Entertainment and shopping areas abound in this central location. A five-minute drive (south and east) will take you to the major high-end mall and boutique shopping area of Cherry Creek. The Denver Art Museum is 9 blocks west on East 13th Avenue; adjacent are the Clyfford Still Museum and the Kirkland Museum. The State Capitol and Denver Municipal Buildings are 9 blocks west on Colfax. LoDo and RiNo, Denver’s party central neighborhoods, are a short Uber/Lyft ride away; if you choose to drive be advised parking is difficult and can be expensive.
The Denver Center for The Performing Arts (DCPA) is Denver’s theater district and hope to Opera Colorado, Colorado Ballet, Colorado Symphony, The Buell Theater and several other performance venues. Sporting venues are close as well – the Pepsi Center has basketball and hockey, Coor's Field for baseball, and Sports Authority Field at Mile High for football. Educational institutions on the nearby Auraria Campus include: University of Colorado, Metropolitan State University and Colorado State University.
Denver is the state capital of Colorado and also stands as the largest city in the state. A hub for commerce, industry and transportation the population of Denver proper is 700,000. The larger metro area is roughly 2.9 million. The city is home to the U.S. Mint and several federal agencies including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency.
The city also has the largest airport in North America, Denver International Airport. Denver is home to many top companies in several in-demand industries: health care, business technology, higher education, oil, gas, mining and energy. Some of the top employers in Denver include University of Colorado Hospital, Centura Health, Level 3 Communications, Lockheed-Martin, Great-West Life & Annuity, Newmont Mining and Coors Brewing company.
Outdoor activities abound in Colorado; opportunities for skiing boarding, hiking, and mountain biking are short drives from central Denver. Rocky Mountain National Park is a 1-1/2 hour drive, and well worth a visit.
Cross streets: 13th and Ogden
City, St, Zip: Denver, Colorado, 80218