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Landmark c.1923 Waring Mansion Bordering Denver Botanic Gardens Reduced to $5.99M (PHOTOS)

Landmark c.1923 Waring Mansion Bordering Denver Botanic Gardens Reduced to $5.99M (PHOTOS)

Landmark c.1923 Waring Mansion Bordering Denver Botanic Gardens Reduced to $5.99M (PHOTOS)
May 06
12:14 2019

Landmark c.1923 Waring Mansion Bordering Denver Botanic Gardens Reduced to $5.99M

910 Gaylord Street, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80206

A landmark property bordering the Denver Botanic Gardens and located within Cheesman Park’s Historic District has been reduced to $5,990,000. It previously sold in June 2017 for $5,000,000. It’s been on and off the market several times in the last few years. The owners just completed a substantial seven figure renovation and expansion, including a brand new kitchen. It was designed by prominent architect Jacques Benedict in 1923 and later remodelled creating an inviting home for today’s lifestyle with the charm and character from the original design. The floorpan flows past the beautiful living room, flooded with light on three sides showcasing the original magnificent stenciled ceiling to the formal library and dining room that open to a lovely loggia overlooking the yard and gardens. The historic home is situated on a half acre of prime real estate within walking distance to numerous restaurants and in-town attractions and only 8 minutes by car to the Denver Zoo and Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Enjoy over 9,900 square feet of space with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, an updated kitchen, large entertaining rooms and a sweeping staircase. It’s on the market for $5,990,000 with Kentwood Real Estate. Check out a selection of old listing photos here!







 



 













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