Calling all pickleball lovers.
A Hilltop home with a court that can be used for the increasingly popular game, as well as others like volleyball and basketball, was listed for $3.35 million this month.
The 6,982-square-foot residence at 145 Forest St., down the block from Robinson Park, features six bedrooms and six bathrooms.
The Hilltop home, which sits on a 9,725-square-foot lot, was originally custom built by Sprocket Design + Planning in 2004 for one of its partners, according to listing agents Jamie and Brian Harris with Kentwood Real Estate.
“So, a lot of the construction materials are higher-end than most homes built in that era,” Jamie said.
Sellers Andrew and Abby Summers purchased the property for $1.85 million in 2008, according to property records. Andrew founded Summers Value Partners, a local boutique value investment manager, in 2018 and serves as general partner for the Summers Value Fund, according to the company’s website.
The sellers added the court within the last couple of years, and included a custom tile insert for sports team logos. Currently, the court features a Wisconsin Badgers’ logo.
This Hilltop residence is situated steps away from Robinson Park, which recently completed construction on a new playground in October. The main level features an open chef’s kitchen that flows into the great room with a gas fireplace, plus two offices.
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Source:: The Denver Post