Nestled within the tranquil neighborhood of Cheesman Park/Botanic Gardens, this Dutch Colonial home exudes an irresistible blend of timeless elegance and authentic charm. Every corner of this residence tells a story, echoing a bygone era while seamlessly integrating modern comforts. The moment you step on the front porch and through the inviting doorway, you’ll be enveloped in an ambiance that feels both nostalgic and welcoming. The gently sloping gambrel roof, characteristic of the Dutch Colonial style, lends a distinctive silhouette to the exterior while providing a spacious and airy interior. Warm hardwood floors, richly hued and beautifully preserved, lead you through a layout that effortlessly balances form and function. The main living are boasts a cozy fireplace with original tile surround and wood mantle, and becomes a focal point that exudes comfort and invites gatherings on chilly evenings. The dining room features an original leaded glass window along with the rich millwork featured throughout the main level. The spacious kitchen, thoughtfully updated while preserving the charm, features a vintage built-in and spice rack and modern, stainless appliances. Ascending the graceful staircase, you’ll discover three bedrooms, each an oasis of tranquility. Sunlight fills these rooms through oversized windows and highlights the intricate woodwork that adorns the doorways and baseboards. A vintage inspired bath completes this level. The basement includes a family room, or this space could be a 4th non-conforming bedroom plus full bath and laundry room with plenty of storage. Outside, the allure continues with a garden that beckons you to unwind and enjoy the serenity of nature. A charming covered patio provides the perfect setting for al fresco dining or morning coffee and mature trees offer a sense of privacy. There is also a 2-car garage. This Dutch Colonial gem is more than just a home, it’s a testament to an era of architectural elegance and craftsmanship.
This location offers Cheesman Park only a short walk away as well as the Denver Botanic Gardens. Neighborhood shopping and dining are just blocks away and Cherry Creek and downtown Denver are just a short drive.
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