Classic grace. This century-old crown jewel of the 7th Avenue Historic District was built in 1921 and is a beautiful example of Georgian architecture with its pleasing symmetry, elegance and wonderful natural light. The gorgeous lot is one of the largest on the Parkway. The happily formal character of the home has been well-preserved throughout recent renovations. It retains a sense of history while allowing for comfortable, modern day living with plenty of space for everyone with five bedrooms up + carriage house. Home highlights include: the spacious William Oh’s kitchen with its family-friendly layout • the perfectly proportioned and sunny rooms • the carriage house over the garage which makes for a quiet office or guest room • four car garage(!) • third floor with two pretty bedrooms and a private bathroom • spectacular grounds • private patios off primary and guest suites, living room, sun room and the kitchen (with built-in Viking grill). Designed by noted architects Marean & Norton, this duo also designed Denver’s Civic Center Park’s Greek Theater and the Governor’s Mansion. And the landscape design by S.R DeBoer (credited with design of Denver Botanic Gardens and the Cheesman Park esplanade) with its lush gardens, patios, and historic pergola is uniquely special. Originally a Show Home for the owner of Denver Terra Cotta Company, note the fabulous green checkerboard, Ludiwici tile roof. The current owners have meticulously maintained, improved and loved this property, including adding a fully permitted 2 car garage with extra storage in its attic. Stately homes from the same period line this Parkway, and the location inside of Denver’s largest Historic District can’t be beat. Nearby schools are some of Denver’s best: Bromwell Elementary, East High and Good Shepherd Catholic School. And so close to Botanic Gardens, 7th Avenue Parkway for strolling and Cherry Creek North for shopping and restaurants. Come take a look!