Historic Denver Residences for Refined and Elegant LivingAmanda Molitor
Colorado’s capital city is rich with historical significance. This city, which was once the epitome of the West, is now a bustling hub for business, tourism, and all other aspects that make up any great metropolis. As such, the local architecture is an eclectic mix of modern marvels and historic reminders of days gone by. For those looking to live in a piece of the city’s history, these homes might be the right fit.
LIV Sotheby’s International Realty has the honor of representing some of the most amazing homes in Denver, some of which have historical significance.
400 Saint Paul Street
Listed by Kenzie Roberston, 400 Saint Pual Street is conveniently located within the highly desired Cherry Creek North neighborhood. This home is a one-of-a-kind historical landmark with a renovated up-scale home feel.
Embedded on a large corner lot and spanning four expansive stories, this red-bricked residence was completely restored and fashioned for a lover of admirable classics and extraordinary congregations. The home features four impressive bedrooms including a sanctuary-like 2nd-floor master suite and eight baths suitable for all needs. The attached three-car garage includes a car lift that lowers to the basement alongside the hidden speakeasy that can host up to 10 additional cars.
The northern wing boasts a masterful event space with an expansive bar and seemingly enough space for any sized function. From charming guests with an impressive collection of aged wines and cars to unwinding after a long weekend in spa-like amenities, this captivating landmark residence truly provides on all levels.
8 Sunset Drive
Listed by Josh Behr, this estate is situated on nearly six acres of private, treed grounds within one of Cherry Hills Village’s finest neighborhoods. The home features a stunning residence that is perfectly placed on pristine grounds, flanked by stone patios, a pool, a tennis court, and exquisite landscaping that shrouds the entire property in privacy.
Beyond its unassuming gates, this timeless and elegant Georgian Revival boasts the provenance characteristic of its architectural era, perfectly balanced by exquisite modern upgrades of the finest quality. Thoughtful, contemplative living materializes within the residence’s seven bedrooms, guest quarters, myriad of gathering and entertaining spaces, his-and-hers home offices, a home fitness center, and screening room.
The authentic and spacious nature of the estate perfectly complements its meticulous architectural detail and floor plan. Designed as a confluence of inviting interiors and remarkable exteriors, this home is the definition of grandeur and tranquility. The culmination of exceptional craftsmanship, elevated distinction, and bucolic surroundings create a rarified, noteworthy offering emblematic of the incomparable setting and accommodations, setting the stage for one of the finest residences in Colorado.
300 South York Street
Located just South of Country Club and North of Wash Park is one of Denver’s most private and secluded estates listed by the Wolfe Bouc Group. Designed in 1940 this historic beauty with its original touches and designs captures the eye of those who can appreciate its authenticity! Spanning over 8700 square feet of living space with five bedrooms and nine bathrooms, this opulent retreat is prepared to cater to all lifestyles.
Proudly perched on the crest of a hill, hidden amongst the trees and lush landscaping, 300 South York Street is a unique Denver treasure designed by Colorado’s most notable architect, Burnham “Bernie” Hoyt (1887–1960), the official architect for Denver Parks and Recreation in addition to Red Rocks Amphitheatre (1941), his most famous work.
The home showcases Hoyt’s best work in elegance and grandeur not easily found in Denver. The property has been lovingly and meticulously maintained to preserve all of its original architectural detail. Along with careful preservation, the home includes many modern amenities, seamless additions, an advanced security system, and mechanical upgrades. This is a rare offering in the heart of Denver!
4625 West 50th Avenue
Located in the desirable Berkeley neighborhood and housed in the original El Jebel Shrine, the residences at Mirador at Tennyson combine historical architecture and character with modern, luxurious design.
This bright and spacious 2,300+ square foot three-bedroom, two-bathroom penthouse, listed by Anna Savier, features hardwood floors, a gourmet kitchen, upgraded appliances, and a 1000 square foot deck with private hot tub and gorgeous mountain views of the Front Range and Willis Case golf course.
Building amenities include well-appointed common areas, a fitness center, and a heated garage with a reserved parking space and extra storage. The property is conveniently located close to downtown Denver and is a short walk to the amazing restaurants, boutiques, and parks of the Tennyson Street Cultural District. This truly unique property stands apart from more recent development projects in the area by seamlessly connecting the past with today.