Pikes Follies – 3 Central District Modern Homes

I have a hard time taking a project by the name of Pikes Follies seriously. But if you’re looking for a new construction modern home sometimes you gotta look past goofy marketing.

These three places are on Capitol Hill on 19th Ave. I’m guessing one of them is already pending since there are only two on the MLS. Just built by the Playhouse Group:

Playhouse’s innovative design experience culminates in these three fabulous homes with the most highly sought-after elements for today’s smart buyers: 600 sq foot rooftop decks with views of lake and mountains, ultra mod island kitchens with that signature Playhouse tile work, floor to ceiling windows to maximize natural light. All warmed by efficient and clean radiant/radiator heat system. Attached garages.

Open Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 4pm. Here’s the floor plans.

1442 19th Ave – 3 beds, 3.25 baths, 1,947 square feet – $749,999

1440 19th Ave – 3 beds, 3.25 baths, 1,944 square feet – $719,999

1442 19th Ave - Exterior

1442 19th Ave - Kitchen 2

1442 19th Ave - Living and Dining

1442 19th Ave - Deck

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  • Joe Wolf

    I visited these over the open house weekend. Overall they are very nicely designed … but the bloopers are significant ones, at least from my perspective. See photo caption here (first of a set). http://www.flickr.com/photos/joebehr/12405038283/in/set-72157640717182393

  • http://twitter.com/mattgoyer mattgoyer

    Thanks for your thoughts Joe! Mind if we make a post of it?