Historic c.1932 Tudor Revival in Denver Sells for $5.6M (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Historic c.1932 Tudor Revival in Denver Sells to $5.6M

2301 E Alameda Avenue, Denver, Colorado, United States, 80209

It took two years and numerous price reductions but the owners of this gorgeous Tudor Revival in Denver have finally found a buyer. A talented team of craftsmen, architects and landscape designers were commissioned over six year ago to begin an ambitious renovation. The team successfully brought the historic property into the 21st century while maintaining and preserving original historic detail. Following the renovation, the 6,000 square foot residence hit the market for $7,800,000. Completed in 1932, the manor was designed by architectural firm Fisher & Fisher as a wedding gift from the grandson of Colorado’s second Governor John Evans to his daughter Alice Evans and her husband, Hudson Moore. The spectacular 1.3 acre setting overlooks the Denver Country Club golf course, downtown and mountains, with views forever protected by recorded deed. Landscape architects Vogel and Associates set out to recapture the original beauty of the landscape, rose gardens and views.  The 2013/2014 renovation preserved the home’s history and added modern touches by combining small inefficient rooms into spaces that are more suitable for today’s style of living. Thick walls, original plaster ceilings and custom leaded glass windows pay respect to the past, with new HVAC, plumbing, electrical and Control4 systems providing the best of today’s technology. All four bed room suites are located on the second floor and each has its own private bathroom. Other features include a walk-in vault, a restored Otis elevator servicing all three floors, a four-season greenhouse, wine cellar, exercise room and two attached garages with space for four cars plus extra storage.







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