Built in 1966, this property was designed by one of Denver’s most notable modern architects, Victor Hornbein. Hornbein was devoted to the use of natural materials and believed in the blending of buildings with the environment. 140 S. Franklin is the epitome of this "natural" style. The current owners took a preservationist approach to their stewardship of the property –everything that has been added or upgraded was done to compliment and improve, never to change the integrity of Hornbein’s original vision. Features include a sun room with large sliding glass doors that open to the fantastic outdoor patio, great room with brick wood-burning fireplace, study with built-ins, finished basement with temperature controlled glass wine closets, and gated driveway. The lifestyle that this quiet pocket between the Denver Country Club and Wash Park offers is unique to “in town” living – serene and peaceful, yet convenient to Cherry Creek and Downtown.
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