Historic Office Mansion For Sale
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Overview / Comments
The property has been used as legal office space for the past twenty years. The structure is eclectic in style. It is square with a shallow, Semi Elliptical hip roofed tower on the northwest corner. There are 2½ stories with a full basement. Exterior walls are coursed stone on the main floor and shingle-sided above. The
roof has a unique double cross gable. The main floor window on the front facade is semicircular with radiating stone voussoirs. On the south is a three-panel rectangular unit with panels separated by stone columns. There is a large four-part rectangular window at the second story front with multi-paned upper sashes. Windows in the gabled attic are multi-partite with round arched openings. The main entry is through a semi-elliptical encircling porch.
||U.S. Highway 6 & I-25
||Denver International Airport , Centennial Airport, Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport
||The site is 15,500 square feet and offers ample off street parking and room for additional development opportunities.
||The property is located just South of the new Sloans Lake Redevelopment. This was originally the site of the Saint Anthony Hospital campus. Sloans is a new, seven and one half block, mixed use community featuring condominiums, townhomes and apartments, expansive streetscapes, a dedicated retail street, restaurants, coffee and retail shops, a movie theater, community gardens and a public plaza.
Sloans Lake Park, features walking and bike trails, tennis and basketball courts and the city’s largest lake with a marina and water sports.
Truly in the heart of everything — just minutes from downtown Denver, a few blocks to Perry Street light rail station, just off the Platte River Bike Trail, and adjacent to neighboring bustling area like Highlands, Jefferson Park and LoHi, offering countless restaurant and entertainment opportunities as well.
This 1444 Stuart St property has historic designation and is one of the the original structures from a small, but unique development off of Denver’s West Colfax Avenue. The five homes are those left of the six built by one developer along both sides, of Stuart Street from the southeast and southwest corners of 14th Avenue to a little south of Colfax. The homes were all built in 1890 and 1891 and designed by Denver’s most popular and prolific architectural firm, that of William Lang and Marshall Pugh. The significance of the structures lies in their outstanding and original architecture, their connection with the developer Ralph Voorhees, and in the history of the owners.
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