The interior of this home is a gallery of architectural artistry. The solarium, built in 1928 ,by 2 Italian craftsmen, was described by the Denver Post as having “doubled the value of the home”. The ceiling, walls and floor are so intricate that it must be seen. That type of inspiration continues in the library , dining room and Master Bedroom with sensational ceilings:hand painted oil on canvas, bas plaster relief with elaborate moldings. Add to that a well designed center hall plan and generous rooms. A 50’s art deco black & white kitchen is relevant today with stainless countertops . The gates in front of the home are from the first renovation of Union Station. The home sits on half of the 12,500 Sf lot large enough for a pool. Looking for a new owner that appreciates the amazing, museum quality rooms and has a vision for the grounds as a new private compound.
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