Indoor-Outdoor Living in a Beautiful Cliff May Home
Open for admiration! Welcome to 2500 S Meade Street in Harvey Park . . .
The moment you walk into the courtyard (the outdoor living room), a signature of element of most of Harvey Park’s Cliff May Homes, you will want to live in this home!
Originally built as a Cliff May Homes RM 3211 model, an L-shape plan with the highly desired master bedroom wing with walk-in closet and ensuite bath. Past owners expanded the home to over 1,600 square feet by enclosing the original attached ½ garage/½ carport. The result is a spacious ranch home that maintains the informal indoor-outdoor living that makes Denver’s Cliff May Homes so attractive to live in.
Beautifully appointed landscaping in the courtyard makes for great first impressions, and lasting memories of summers outdoors, whether entertaining friends and family, or just spending quiet dusky evenings with your favorite book.
Window walls in both the master suite and living room open onto the courtyard and provide ample natural light. The seasons become part of your indoor experience, ever changing outside the walls of glass. In the living areas, an open plan feels both informal and spacious, thanks to vaulted ceilings with skylights.
The original three bedrooms are separated from the living areas, served by a hallway that turns 90-degrees toward the master suite. Each bedroom has vaulted ceilings and glass gables for natural indirect light from the outdoors. The master suite, contained in its own wing, has an enlarged walk-in closet, doubling its size from the original RM 3211 floor plan, an ensuite master bath, glass gables, window wall with direct courtyard access, and another 10 linear feet of windows opposite the window wall. It’s your own private retreat!
On the opposite side of the house is the additional living space. A library with built-in shelving, free-standing fireplace, indirect cove lighting, and glass gable offers you flex space that could be used in a number of different ways. Adjacent is a very large 4th bedroom, with direct access to the courtyard with a glass patio door, vaulted ceilings, and glass gable. Another space that could be used as a bedroom, or act as flex space for any a number of uses . . . a home office, music/art studio, play room . . . it’s your choice!
Come see informal indoor-outdoor living that makes the Cliff May Homes here in Harvey Park so special, today!
2350 S Osceola Street is an authentic Cliff May Home, built in 1955 by D.C. Burns Realty & Trust
Broker Associate | Resident Realty
1,615 square feet.
4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
6,000 square foot lot
Harvey Park Neighborhood in the Denver city limits
Home originally designed by Cliff May and Chris Choate
Indoor/outdoor connection with window walls and french and sliding glass doors opening onto a private courtyard
Open floor plan
Glass gables in all bedrooms
Several skylights adding to natural light
Master bedroom wing with walk-in closet and en suite bathroom
Updated kitchen, open to the living/dining rooms
Library addition with cove lighting, wood false beams, built-in shelving, and free-standing fireplace connected to the living areas by glass double pocket doors.