How owners’ vision transformed this 1969 home into a modern masterpiece
After purchasing this home three years ago, the current owners embarked on a two-year renovation with an objective to refine the 1969 structure with a sophisticated and contemporary touch. While maintaining the original footprint, virtually every element of the structure was transformed. From whole-home automation to environmentally conscious systems, the house evolved from the inside out. The finished product resulted in a home that exudes classic elegance with a warm, modern overtone.
Tucked inside Denver’s most prestigious neighborhood, this Polo Club home sits privately on a serene, tree-lined acre. With four bedrooms, six bathrooms and more than 9,000 finished square feet, this exquisite residence is one of Denver’s finest. The home is listed on the market for $5,995,000.
Lasting First Impressions
The home combines a clean and modern aesthetic while maintaining an inviting ambiance. Here, a true statement was made with the original brick staircase sitting as the backdrop to the new, glass pivot door. The brick on the façade was stained rather than painted to maintain the original texture while modernizing the look.
The sweeping privacy of the backyard and the expansive patios set the perfect stage to entertain guests in the oasis in the city.
The modern theme carries outside with contemporary furniture, providing the perfect setting for outdoor cocktails.
Room with a View
Perfectly scaled, the breakfast nook provides the ideal place to drink a cup of coffee while enjoying the morning sun that pours in through the expansive, east-facing windows and doors.
Featuring William Ohs cabinetry, top-of-the-line commercial-grade appliances and exquisite marble countertops, the kitchen has the perfect balance between utility and form.
Open Door Policy
Exemplifying the essence and personality of the home, the great room features a tongue-and-groove ceiling highlighted by a stunning, marble fireplace that is perfectly scaled to the room. Flanked on two sides by Cantina collapsible doors, this room is not to be missed.
The warmth of the wood floor, bookshelves and walnut paneling beautifully complements the elegance of the fireplace with its Carrera marble surround, providing the perfect, peaceful environment for a study or to take in a great book.
Josh Behr – Behr Team
LIV | Sotheby’s International Realty