This beautiful bungalow, lovingly named Clementine, was built in 1889 in the highly desirable Whittier neighborhood. Clementine had a strong foundation and historic charm, but lacked modern style. She now has been fully renovated with modern amenities but maintains the sturdiness, beauty, and 10 foot ceilings (on the first floor) which reflect her 19th century brick construction. Renovations of this turn-of-the-century beauty include a modern open floor plan, installation of white oak floors, all-new electrical, plumbing, HVAC, and tankless hot water heater as well as new double-paned windows throughout. Essentially, it’s a new home but historic at her roots. All work is fully permitted and approved by the City of Denver. The kitchen showcases lightly used modern appliances and floor to ceiling subway tile. The master bath and first floor full bath also boast designer tile. Clementine likes to think of herself as an industrial French bungalow. The half bath contains designer wallpaper, chair molding, and designer tile. Located one block from Fuller Park & Dog Park and less than a mile from City Park (and the recently rebuilt City Park Golf Course), the buyers of this home can enjoy a friendly neighborhood, outdoor activities, and tasty neighborhood restaurants including Point Easy, The Plimoth, and the “decidedly unstuffy” new French restaurant, Brasserie Brixton. Come take a look!