1933 Architect Temple Hoyne Buell-Designed Tudor Revival in Denver, Colorado

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1933 Architect Temple Hoyne Buell-Designed Tudor Revival in Denver, Colorado

$10,695,000 | Built 1933 | 11,546 Sq. Ft. | 0.95 Acres
2750 E Cedar Ave, Denver, CO 80209

One of Denver’s first premier estates, built by Senator Lawrence C. Phipps for his daughter and designed by Temple Hoyne Buell in 1933, this stately, yet updated Tudor estate is not only a castle…It’s a work of art! Quality abounds …With its intricate exterior brick work (built by special masons commissioned from England, spiral staircase leading to the 3rd floor central tower (almost 60′ high), leaded glass windows, breathtaking original crystal chandeliers, parquet floor, ornate handcrafted wood paneled walls and ceilings and hand crafted garage doors. Everything has been meticulously maintained and/or restored. Inside, you’ll discover a spacious formal room, dining and library that lend themselves to grand entertaining. For more intimate gatherings… There’s a newly renovated family room & updated kitchen and sun-filled breakfast room.

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For really special occasions, host a dinner party for fourteen in a spectacular 4000 bottle wine cellar! Within the gated, private, professional landscaped grounds, you’ll find more areas to entertain including a 5,000 square foot patio with outdoor kitchen, fire pit, oversize pool, cabana with tv., rose gardens and formal covered patio you can use year round. The primary suite is extraordinary and boasts a brand new 5-piece bath and a walk-in closet fit for royalty. Enjoy the perks of modern living…But experience craftsmanship rarely seen today. This property is truly one of Denver’s greatest masterpieces!


Patti Helmpatti.helm@compass.com • (720) 201-6573
Libby Weaverlibby.weaver@compass.com • (303) 870-9930
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