This amazing home, on the National Historic Register, sits perfectly in Platt Park just a couple blocks to the light rail and all the shops and restaurants of Old South Pearl Street. Originally built by famed builder William Thompson (Denver's Union Station) the structure was moved in 1981 from Cheesman Park to preserve it. The main floor harkens back to the turn of the 19th century with it's leaded windows and elegant brickwork. Downstairs in a one of a kind family room that moves to the kitchen ending in the soaring two story great room. Each space has it's own unique feel making the property a delight. Large master bedroom overlooks the great room and then out to the back yard and garden. The back patio is a wonderful place to spend summer evenings relaxing or entertaining. The garage has been finished to a office/work space with french doors opening to the patio but can still function as a full two-car garage. So much more--come and see this-one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
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