Year 1896. Molly Brown arriving for tea. It was a fascinating era. Architects Gove and Walsh designed a three story Italian Romanesque residence on Pennsylvania Street along Millionaire's Row. They also designed Union Station, Sugar Building, University of Colorado Boulder Campus, Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. The home is built out of Denver pressed brick and Rawlins Gray Sandstone. A total contemporary renovation while saving period finishes such as staircases to the 12' ceilings and the 14" walls with the original carriage garage. A blend of exceptional quality, meticulous detail and understated elegance. This dramatic landmarks historic generous scale is perfect for entertaining. Rich and sophisticated tones with a warm and inviting interior that will satisfy the most discriminating taste. Enter the Private Gate that is surrounding the estate and walk into luxury and comfort. The beautiful entry foyer that opens to the whole main level with 3 fireplaces, greets you upon entrance. Some of the features include heated floors in the Gourmet Chef's Kitchen and sumptuous Master Suite, Wine Cellar, and new systems throughout the home. The finished lower level has a Theatre Room with Full Bar and Surround Sound TV and music system. Private Guest Suite. Entire Home has an Apollo Security System. The estate is exceptional, historic, with unmatched architecture in an era created by railroad magnates and mining tycoons. This estate is a treasure to be enjoyed entertaining family and friends.
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