Ken Caryl's history begins with Major Robert B. Bradford's purchase of the property in 1859. He soon built the Braford/Perley House as well as toll road. The combination of the Bradford/Perley House Inn and the toll road heading towards the mining camps proved very lucrative. In 1895 Ken Caryl was transformed into a stable working farm. The area remained a farming community until it was sold in 1971 to John-Manville Corporation. It became a corporate campus, the housing community quickly evolved
Phenomenal 7 Bedrooms/10-bathroom Luxurious Home In Ken Caryl Valley.
This Private Lot Is Situated On Over 1.5 Acres With Unobstructed Mountain Views And Just 25 Minutes To Downtown Denver And 20 Minutes To Dtc.
Elegant Yet Comfortable, This...
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20 Buckthorn Drive, Littleton, CO - $825,000
Residential, Single Family Residence, Active Under Contract
Traditional Style Home Situated In Fabulous Ken Caryl Valley.
This Home Has Been Updated Throughout With 4 Bedrooms On The Upper Level And A Professionally Finished Basement With A Wet Bar.
The Main Level Boasts A Study, Formal Living And Di...
RE/MAX ProfessionalsStatus: Active Under Contract
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