A rare find in Country Club Historic neighborhood. Featured in LUXE Interiors and Design magazine, this storybook Tudor home was designed in 1929 by noted architect Burnham Hoyt and its 2017 renovation was overseen by award-winning architect Steve Ekman. Character, charm and stately architecture abound in Denver’s most special historic district just a short stroll away from vibrant Cherry Creek North’s restaurants, coffee shops, shopping and farmer’s market. While it is not unique to see well-preserved century old homes here, it is inspiring to see such a thoughtful restoration and renovation that allows original historic elements to live harmoniously with fresh and modern updates. Warm, beautiful and inviting interior spaces open up through Marvin accordion doors to a lovely pool and hot tub, flagstone patios, a heated cabana and an enchanted dining area that feels straight out of a fairy tale. All new Signature Marvin windows, TruStile doors and wide plank white oak flooring now blend seamlessly with original roughhewn timber, stone floors and handsome, restored brickwork. The 1970’s addition was replaced with a chef’s kitchen (Thermador appliances, huge island), casual dining and a fabulous family room with beamed ceilings, book cases and a fireplace. Office space was tucked away on the main level and in addition to 4 bedrooms upstairs, a small exercise room and laundry were added. Bonus for music lovers, the basement family room is sound proof. Top of the line security system with cameras, Savant AV system (lighting, video, audio) and Enviroshake shingle roof. New electrical, plumbing, water line, sewer line. Wonderfully private. Come take a look!