The Storybook Tudor Mansion on 7th Avenue that you've always noticed. Majestically poised at the base of Little Cheesman Park on quite possibly the best location on the Parkway.
This magnificent home was designed in 1930 by the famed architectural firm of Fisher & Fisher. Known for designing some of the grandest mansions and estates in Denver, they left no stone unturned with the design of 700 High Street.
High ceilings and grand rooms that boast original plaster relief ceilings, carved wood work and moldings, Terrazo floors, Travertine stone fireplace, breathtaking Ludiwici tile roof, original built in cabinetry and not one, but two covered loggias that overlook the parklike grounds of the huge 12,500 square foot lot. The spacious kitchen which opens to a large breakfast room, has crisp white cabinetry, a large island and commercial appliances from Viking and Sub-Zero.
Upstairs, there are five bedrooms and three bathrooms plus a huge bonus family room and theater. A new elevator goes from the second floor to the basement with tons of storage space, a half bath and a wine room.
There is an attached and heated two-car garage with space to easily expand without encroaching the lovely yard and gardens. Updated mechanically with a newer boiler, air conditioning and electric panels, this home is truly move in ready. Epic Street Presence in a spectacular location. You will not be disappointed to see this home that's available for the first time in decades!
Property Features Include: two garage spaces
Built in: 1930
Approximate Square Feet:
Architectural Style: Tudor Revival
Lot Acres: 0.29