This elegant home is located in Grandview, a gentrifying neighborhood of Northwest Denver. The design foundations draw from the rich styles of the Victorian French and Spanish, with an emphasis in details which are carried throughout the entire house. There is a ceramic tiled courtyard which furnishes an inviting space to gather in the center of the floor plan. The main level has reclaimed antique terra cotta flooring throughout the formal living and dining room, as well as the master bed and bath, the great room and the rustic kitchen. The owner wanted the kitchen to have a pantry lit by natural light, so one wall has an antique painted glass store-front window to provide light in the pantry area. The home’s extreme ceiling heights give depth and grandeur to the graceful and intricate design.
The hand forged wrought iron railings leads the cylindrical stairs from the basement to the mail and upper floors. The second floor has reclaimed distressed wood floors and stained to a deep brown creating depth and opulence to the hand painted walls and vaulted ceilings. In one bedroom exposed brick veneers a wall which calls to the meticulously designed spaces throughout. The interior doors are round-top wooden doors. The wood exterior windows and doors are German crafted with multi-point locking hardware.
The distinction lent by the thoughtfully crafted design radiate from every corner of the house. Its character is consistent from the mossy roof tiles to the copper lined eyebrow dormers and blend seamlessly form the exterior to the interior creating an extremely custom space to enjoy all aspects of living.