Designed and built in 1929 by the architect firm of Temple Buell of Denver. This historic modified Italian Renaissance manor is blocks from the renowned Broadmoor Hotel and its five-star amenities. The green tile roof is one of the few existing in the area. The brick exterior is set in thick rose mortar and is double walled and trimmed in granite of local origin. Van Briggle ceramic tile accentuate the chimneys. The foyer greets guests with a floor guarded by a perimeter of South Central American tile masks. An overhead Australian chandelier lights the staircase and main hall. A granite fireplace is the focal point of the living room which is lined with arched windows. The library, originally a solarium, features Honduran mahogany millwork throughout. Archways, arched windows, carved moldings, volume ceilings and an open floor plan make this property a one-of-a-kind estate perfectly situated in the Old Broadmoor community.
Listing courtesy of Broadmoor Properties.
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