1891 Harman Town Hall Transformed Into $12.75M Mansion with Subterranean Speakeasy

Kristopher Lewis

Kristopher Lewis

1891 Harman Town Hall Transformed Into $12.75M Mansion with Subterranean Speakeasy

$12,750,000 | Built 1891 | 13,656 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 0.29 Acres
400 Saint Paul St, Denver, CO 80206

Considered to be one of Denver, Colorado’s most iconic homes, this 13,656 square foot brick mansion, formerly known as the Harman Town Hall, has been masterfully transformed and expanded into a one-of-a-kind residence. Designed by architect Franklin E. Kidder and built in 1891, the brick structure was originally constructed to be used for Bromwell School graduations, dances, meetings and other social gatherings according to the Denver Public Library. Pat Hamill, CEO of Oakwood Homes, purchased the historic structure in 2005 and began a substantial restoration, renovation and expansion project, restoring the brick facade & windows, expanding the footprint by nearly 7,000 square feet and adding features such as an subterranean speakeasy and showroom garage with space for 10 vehicles. Harman Town Hall is now looking for its next steward! The 13,656 square foot residence is on the market for $12.75 million with Makenzie Robertson of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty. Photography by Kristopher Lewis.

Harmon Town Hall / Greenleaf Masonic Temple via Denver Public Library

Listing details: Conveniently located within the highly desired Cherry Creek North neighborhood, 400 Saint Paul Street is a one-of-a-kind historical landmark with a renovated up-scale home feel. Embedded on a large corner lot & spanning 4 expansive stories, this red-bricked residence was completely restored & fashioned for a lover of admirable classics & extraordinary congregations. Each floor is meticulously designed from the inside out with heated floors, LED & naturally lit open spaces, entertainment amenities for all ages, & beautifully custom landscaped terraces on three of the four stories. The home is made with 4 impressive bedrooms including a sanctuary-like 2nd-floor master suite & 8 baths suitable for all needs. The attached 3-car garage includes a car lift that lowers to the basement alongside the hidden speakeasy that can host up to 10 additional cars. The northern wing boasts a masterful event space w/ expansive bar & seemingly enough space for any sized function. From charming guests with an impressive collection of aged wines and cars to unwinding after a long weekend in spa-like amenities, this captivating landmark residence truly provides on all levels. 



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