Courtesy of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.
Thoughtfully designed and constructed, this one of a kind home stands apart from all others. With its unforgettable A-framed wood slat exterior feature, it has become the 201C;home on Wash Park201D; that is recognized by all of Denver. Steve Stone of Character Builders calls it a transcendent landmark in Wash Park. Inside, the home is open and light with vintage wood ceilings, reclaimed maple wood floors and exposed brick walls. A private pool on the back patio can be used year round. The house features over 6700 square feet of interior space with 5 bedrooms and 6 baths. But perhaps its most unique feature is the rooftop deck with panoramic views of the mountains, the Park and lake. Architect Carlos Alvarez says the house was designed as an abstraction of New Orleans gas lanterns, it glows in the park at night as gas lanterns do in New Orleans.