1500 East Stanford Avenue is Your Historic Hideaway Near the CityAmanda Molitor
Tucked away in the bucolic neighborhood of Old Cherry Hills, awaits the opportunity to own a piece of Denver’s history. The beautiful estate at 1500 East Stanford Avenue, listed LIV Sotheby’s International Realty brokers, Nancy Wolfe and Ian Wolfe, of the Wolfe-Bouc Group, for $2,685,000, is a charming Mediterranean-style home that serves as a peaceful escape just minutes from the city.
Set on over an acre of land, this three-bedroom, three-bathroom home provides the ultimate in idyllic seclusion. Protected by two gated entrances and not visible from the road, this is the perfect property for those looking for the utmost privacy. The tree-lined drive welcomes you to the historic home and creates a tranquil environment. Towering, mature deciduous and evergreen trees decorate the property, showcasing seasonal displays of rich green, gold, and orange colors.
“What’s amazing about this house is that is it country-quiet yet city-close,” explained Nancy Wolfe. “It’s like having your own private nature preserve. If you’re looking for a rare property in the coveted neighborhood of Cherry Hills, there is nothing that can compare to 1500 East Stanford Avenue.”
The house, which was built in 1929, was once a classic, Colorado farmhouse surrounded by pastures. The original silo still stands, a unique element that pays homage to the home’s rich history. Today, the three-story brick tower serves as a special space that can be used as a home office, art studio, workshop, or playhouse. Lush ivy climbs up the sides of the silo’s brick exterior, making it almost fairytale-like in appearance. Inside, the French windows allow natural light to pour into the space.
The home itself has just as much character. The tile roof, timber-beamed ceilings, and wrought-iron details create a rustic Tuscan aesthetic throughout the house. The three wood-burning fireplaces offer cozy comfort when the temperatures drop. Considering the home’s historic origins, the open floor plan is an unexpected treat that allows life to flow seamlessly between the kitchen, great room, and dining room.
This house also has plenty of outdoor entertaining space for enjoying meals or simply relaxing in the fresh Colorado air. Take advantage of the al fresco dining area on the garden patio, spend time with friends and loved ones under the stars by the fire pit, or catch up with good company around the wrought-iron table in the backyard. At this charming, historic, one-of-a-kind home, the possibilities are endless.
Experience exceptional living in a spectacular, pastoral setting at 1500 East Stanford Avenue. To make an appointment to tour this incredible home, contact Nancy Wolfe by calling 303.324.0825 or Ian Wolfe by calling 303.809.3531.
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