Denver’s University Park Neighborhood

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2019 Homes on the Tour

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2018 homes on the tour

Home #1

home #1

Spectacular Belcaro ranch designed and built by the Chris Viets team. This lovely home is a an extremely rare space, filled with windows letting in natural light, high ceilings (10 feet) and special wood and tile touches throughout. The expansive kitchen island looks out onto an open floor plan – and what owner wouldn’t adore all walk-in closets? In this rare 2016 build, the indoor, with a wet bar, seamlessly blends into immaculately groomed and landscaped outdoor spaces for perfect entertaining year-round in Colorful Colorado!

Home #2

Home #2

One of the finest ultra-mid-century new construction projects to ever hit the Belcaro neighborhood! Brilliantly designed by renowned Denver architect Steve Barsch, this unparalleled masterpiece is perfectly site-placed on 1/3 acre and boasts full gourmet and catering kitchen, an elevator to all levels and abundant clerestory windows, providing the home with brilliant natural light, among other modern-day marvels. The astonishing lower level entertainment space features a state-of-the-art media room with a fireplace, a bar with a wine room and an exercise room with an ‘Olympic training room’ feel.

Home #3

home #3

This Cape Cod Colonial sits on a lushly landscaped 18,100 square foot site with incredible gardens and privacy. Step back in time as you enter this wonderful home with beautiful wood floors, moldings and details such as the traditional shell motif corner cabinet in the spacious dining room and French doors which beckon you to the lovely gardens and patios. Though originally built in 1947, some additional living space was added at a later date, including a sunny interior covered courtyard allowing the enjoyment of the property’s flowers year-round.

Home #4

home #4

This spectacular Mediterranean-style home is situated on one of the most serene blocks in Bonnie Brae (designed by Denver acclaimed architect Dennis Schlachter). The one-of-a-kind villa features a timeless, open floor plan allowing for the best combination of light, air, fire and function, with no wasted space. A vaulted foyer and French doors that let that beautiful Colorado light in. Classic hickory floors to last a lifetime are contained throughout the home, along with hand-hewn beams, sandstone accents, step troweled stucco and an outdoor fire pit for cool summer nights and crisp fall days.

Home #5

home #5

Outdoor enthusiast homeowners were looking to build a home both timeless and connected to the Bonnie Brae neighborhood – along with the ability to bring the outside in. The architects, Semple Brown Design, added a low canopy and choreographed movement to the front door, enhancing entry porch presence while still meeting zoning requirements. Indoors, the light-infused main level spaces – living, dining and kitchen – spatially link to one another, and in between are tightly framed vistas to the landscape that become the artwork. The soaring exoskeleton-like stair, which expands skyward to the rooftop patio, feels like functional art.

Home #6

Home #6

Located in the charming and historic Bonnie Brae neighborhood, this home was completely renovated both inside and out by Henry Development, with an open floor plan, a chef’s kitchen and lively entertaining space. L’Esprit guests will enjoy a spacious foyer with a spiral staircase and stained-glass window recovered from a nineteenth century church. Guests will observe the many priceless antiques scattered throughout the main floor and will have the opportunity to sample delicious pastries from the iconic Gateaux Bakery located just a couple miles away in Denver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood.