One of the houses set in Denver’s most elegant neighborhoods has a unique history. It became a home in 1948, after the stable belonging tot the Denver Polo Club was redesigned. It is now an 18,036-sq-ft house with 5 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. However, not the private rooms are the important ones when it comes to this house, but the spacious social rooms.
The residence changed its owners in 1994 and it underwent a renovation process as well. Still, the fabulously elegant elements from the original design were kept as marks of its initial style. First, there is the floating staircase with a balustrade made of embroidery-like wrought iron and the chandelier hanging near it. Just imagine the admiring looks on your guests’ faces coming through this royal entrance. Other original elements of the house are the terrazzo with bronze floor, the iron decorations and the stone columns in Doric style.
The entertainment areas and living area were maximized during renovation. These spaces are of double height connecting the lower level with the upper one. Some stable inspired elements can still be found inside the house, like the kitchen ceiling with massive wood.
This home’s high-end facilities come to complete its extravaganza style: a gym of full size, an 8-cars garage, and a commercial-grade kitchen. The rest can be yours to discover for $6,395,000.