Welcome to this lovingly and meticulously restored 1911 townhome resting between two of Denver's most historic neighborhoods - Capitol Hill and Alamo Placita. Rumored to have been the housing for the craftsmen responsible for building the mansions along what is the desirable Seventh Avenue Parkway, this property truly entails the best characteristics of the old and new worlds. All of the luxuries of today's discerning buyer are present, but without losing the eloquence of what makes a classic home like this so special. Boasting the original hardwood floors and hand-hewn woodwork throughout, this property is also home to modern touches such as completely upgraded bathrooms and a custom-framed basement. Beauty is more than skin deep however with upgrades being made to much of the electric wiring and many of the other systems "hidden" behind the walls. Even the sandstone window sills were redone in an attempt to completely prep this "belle of the ball" for the 2020's and beyond.
Equally comfortable hosting private dinner parties in the backyard (after walking home from Trader Joes,) or as a meeting place before venturing out into all of the activities the Mile High City has to offer - many of which are less than a block away - this home will be sure to please the urbanite who craves proximity to the best of dining, art, and nightlife... but isn't willing to compromise on having their own castle to come home to.