Your Dream Home is Waiting in Historic Park Hill

3272 Elm Street, Denver
Open and Modern Row Home in Park Hill


Offered at $313,000
MLS 2673766

Open for admiration! Urban Divinity row home . . .


Welcome to Urban Divinity in Park Hill. This home is one of 5 rowhomes in an adaptively re-used church building . . . built in 1957, reimagined in 2017.

This compact, yet open home takes advantage of every cubic foot, from the floor to the roof. A tall foyer leads past the kitchen and to a 2-story living room overlooked by a loft space above. The kitchen is open to the living room, with a large peninsula providing plenty of dining space for two. Outside the back door is a patio protected with tall privacy fence on all sides, giving the feel of an outdoor living room.


A room in the front of the home has high vaulted ceilings, ample closet space and room for a stacked washer/dryer. Beetle kill pine doors on ultra-modern barn door hardware save space while providing a natural wood accent to the room. Down the hall is a full bath with bright and modern finishes.

Upstairs, a large loft is open to both the living room and the foyer below, with attractive steel railings with an industrial finish. Ample natural light and fresh air comes from two large operable skylights above.


Flexibility is key in any small home, and this one delivers! The loft is currently used as a sleeping area, with the front room used as a studio . . . you could easily flip the script and put a functional work area above and use the front room as a bedroom.

And although this house is not a Sternberg design, I am going to mention him anyway . . . one of his designs can be seen right from the back patio! An attractive mid-rise senior home just a few blocks away.

A great example of adaptive re-use, this townhome is one of five residences in a former mid-century church.

Adrian Kinney, Denver’s Mid-Century Modern Expert, Broker Associate, Resident Realty

Adrian Kinney

Broker Associate | Resident Realty


Home features:

  • 788 square feet

  • 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom

  • 1,825 square foot lot

  • Adaptive re-use of a mid-century church building

  • End unit with two off-street parking spaces

  • Attractive contemporary finishes

  • Open loft space upstairs with operable skylights

  • Brick exterior

  • Evaporative cooler and electric wall-mounted radiant heat

  • High vaulted ceilings

  • Party wall agreement with no HOA

  • Much more!

Photos of 3272 Elm Street