Located in one of Denver’s most established and coveted neighborhoods, this magnificent, authentic Farmhouse is a one-of-a-kind opportunity merging Napa Valley nostalgia with the proximity being an Urban Oasis in Denver, Colorado. Situated on a 18,600 square foot lot (almost an entire city block), this property will enthrall your senses at every turn. Rich in history, the property features are endless in description, a delight to experience in person. Captivating outdoor living space in multiple vignettes throughout each side of the property providing privacy and community to the neighborhood. Warm and inviting interiors in the main house feel as though you have stepped into a lifestyle magazine shoot. Idyllic, self-contained carriage house provides ultimate flexibility for guests. Adjacent to the convenient 17th Avenue Parkway with direct access to Downtown Denver, City Park – Golf, Tennis Recreation Amenities – Denver Zoo, Natural History Museum and Park Hill Elementary. Truly a cinematic experience from the moment you arrive, a rare opportunity for new owners to appreciate the properties provenance, location and absolutely unmatched potential.
This property closed in April, 2022.
Sale Price: $3,812,500
4,043 Sq Ft Main House
808 Fin Sq Ft Carriage House
One of the city’s most treasured neighborhoods, Park Hill is anchored by its grand homes and stately boulevards and parkways. This diverse neighborhood is also home to bungalows, Tudors, brick ranches and everything in between – a mix that can only be understood through its development history. Baron von Winckler left his country in disgrace over a faux pas involving the Kaiser Wilhelm I and bought and developed a tract of land just east of City Park. Despite the Baron’s clever marketing efforts, he deemed his development a failure and committed suicide in 1898. This led to a syndicate that later bought and subdivided the land further. These subdivisions had their own lot sizes and architectural styles, which accounts for the diversity. With all of these subdivisions, some of these early developers worked to unify the neighborhood by extending streetcar lines and created more tree-lined boulevards and parkways than exist in any other Denver neighborhood. In addition to groupings of stores and cafes as well as 2 beautiful public libraries, Park Hill has a charmed location across from City Park.
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