The Fray Lead Singer’s Charming and Historic Denver Home Finds a Buyer Fast

A lucky buyer may now be saying, or singing, ‘You Found Me’ to this Denver home being sold by The Fray lead singer Isaac Slade. The historic charmer just hit the market this month asking $2.95 million and is already under contract. Colorado is hot with eager buyers as of late, with a report from move.org showing it was one of the most moved-to states in 2020. So, the decision to sell now is certainly savvy.

Radiating a mix of moody and airy vibes, the Victorian-style house sits on a quiet corner in West Highland, known for its walkability and the quality of the surrounding schools in addition to its beautiful architecture. Slade, who has shared the home with his wife Anna for over a decade, was raised in the Denver area. The Fray was similarly born in the city, founded in 2002 by Isaac and schoolmate Joe King.

This unique home where the Slades put down roots is warm and classic, and might just have great acoustics. Spanning 5,285 square feet, with 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms within its walls, it originally went up in the late 1800s. The couple painstakingly restored the home themselves, maintaining elements such as the red brick of the exterior cut by dark trim. Other artful touches include a swinging bench on the front porch and leather-bound walls in the library. For major fans of The Fray, the biggest selling factor of the home might be that Slade wrote many hits on a piano in the latter room.

Mckinze Casey of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing, now pending.