Nestled in the 7th Avenue Historic District amidst Denver’s most significant turn of the century architecture, this 1915 traditional home feels just right. The current owners completed much-needed renovations 2009-2011, restoring it back to its vintage roots and turning it into a comfortable family home and a place to welcome friends. The interior is still rich with original features. The renovation highlights include: 7 layers of wallpaper removal, replastering of walls, refurbishing of woodwork, gutting of kitchen and two bathrooms, addition of two new bathrooms, addition of primary suite walk-in closets, replacement of water line from street to house, new HVAC, water heater and roof. The floor plan is functional and defined, with a grand living room, original glass pocket doors into the dining room and a timeless kitchen with marble counters that opens to a cozy family room. French doors from the family room open to the patio for easy indoor/outdoor entertaining. Plenty of sleeping space for everyone (and their friends!) with three bedrooms and two baths on the second floor and two bedrooms and a bath on the third floor. The basement rec room doubles as a bedroom if needed. The side entrance faces south and a deck wraps around the sunny south and west sides of the home. The covered front patio is a favorite spot for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful Colorado weather. Xeriscaped yard is very low maintenance and requires no irrigation. Location is pretty perfect, less than a block to Cheesman Park and the back entrance to Denver Botanic Gardens, and just a stone’s throw to neighborhood favorite restaurant Satchels on 6th, Oliver’s Market and Novo Coffee. Easy access to Cherry Creek North and downtown. Come take a look!