This stunning timeless 1903 estate is located in the heart of the 7th Ave Historic District. Its lush gardens were featured in the May 2019 issue of Denver Life Magazine as Lifescape's "Lush Garden". The exterior of the home is surrounded by brick and black rod iron fencing. The subtle opulence of the exterior is exhibited in the copper gutters, bird baths, fountains, gazebo, and authentic wood burning pizza oven. Multiple private outdoor seating areas make this home a tranquil retreat in the heart of a bustling city. The urban location of the home provides a multitude of choices of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, Cheesman Park, the Botanic Gardens, Cherry Creek Shopping Center, biking & walking paths and shopping all within walking distance. The main level of the home boasts flowing elegance and the current owner has taken pride in preserving the historic details of the home from the large bay window in the living room, to the stained glass windows created by Denver's award winning artist Alex Glassmen, to beautiful hand carved wood work, and elegant built in book and china cases. The kitchen is light and bright and features Corian countertops and Gaggenau gas stove. The four bedrooms are all spacious with two having access to the wrap around roof top deck. The 3rd floor bedroom includes an en-suite and access to the "tree top" balcony perfect for morning coffee or afternoon tea. A temperature & humidity-controlled wine cellar, oversized laundry facility, walk-in pantry, workshop & extra storage can be found in the basement. This is a masterpiece that must be visited in person to truly understand the intimate detail and offering. Appointments are a must to view.
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