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In my experience, row homes cost less than the same size home, in the same area, that is not attached to a neighbor. Row homes are a great avenue for home buyers to gain access to historic Denver neighborhoods that they otherwise would not be able to afford.
Historic Denver Row Homes were built before the time of HOA fees. Usually, no HOA has subsequently been added. Hopefully, there is a party wall agreement to navigate any expenses associated with the maintenance of common elements.
Because this category often include half-duplexes or triplexes, frequently only one wall is shared.
Alley access and the side by side nature of Denver row homes often include the benefits of a yard or garage.
10 foot ceilings are common in historic Denver row homes. This can create a spacious feeling home, even if the squarefootage is low. It also allows for the incorporation of high windows.