A rarely available Victorian home just steps from the Denver Botanic Gardens. Built in 1898, it has all of the turn of the century Victorian charm. Lovely wood flooring throughout the main and upper levels, a beautiful staircase leads to a spacious landing. Early Denver details including beautiful, leaded and stained-glass windows and three original tiled fireplaces are found throughout the home. Original handcrafted woodwork, moldings and doors grace every room. The wood mantel living room fireplace has been converted to gas. Gorgeous pocket doors grace one end of the formal dining room. This home has had tasteful updates over the years including the kitchen and baths. The large eat-in kitchen features rich cherry cabinets, a chef-style gas cooktop and hood, and a large island with sink. Sliding glass doors lead from the kitchen onto the perfect inner-city patio and back yard. Relax in front of the master bedroom’s antechamber fireplace or on the outdoor balcony. The huge 6 room basement has tall ceilings and presents a unique opportunity to create additional bedrooms, recreational space or storage. Great schools. Steps from Cheesman and Congress Parks, coffee shops, neighborhood market, hardware store, popular, local restaurants offer some of the best of Denver without the traffic. Walking distance to Cherry Creek shopping and dining. There is off street parking in an easy access driveway, and a garage off the back alley. Verify zoning for potential to add ADU. Convenient to public transportation and bike lanes. All make this the perfect urban Victorian!
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