This 18,036 square foot mansion is located at 530 South University Blvd in Denver, CO. It was built in the 1920’s and was recently remodeled. It boasts 5 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms and is listed at $6,450,000.

HERE ARE THE LISTING DETAILS:

Incredible! Remodeled 1920s Home in Polo Club Near Bonnie Brae and Washington Park! 5 Bedrooms PLUS 2 Study’s, 8 Bathrooms * 18,036 Square Feet * 8 Car Oversized Garage * Rod Iron and Marble Work from the Hughes/Buell Home * 1940s Terrazo Floors * 1st Original Floating Staircase in Denver! Antique Crown Molding * Surround Sound Throughout * Hardwood & Marble Floors * Fabulous Dining Room with Fireplace-part of Original Stables * Great Room with Vintage Fireplace * Entertainment Room with 1950s Drop Ceiling, English Textured Walls * Study/Smoking Room with Air Purifier * Kitchen w/2 Pantries, Island, Commercial Grade Stainless Steel Appliances, Soap Stone Counters, Travertine Tile Floor * Butlers Pantry * Elevator to 2nd Floor and Attic * Spectacular Sunroom with Infloor Lighting, Marble Antique Columns and Wine Cellar * Exercise Room with Steam Shower and Professional Treatment Room with Vicchy Shower * Billiards Room with Maple Hardwood and Cherry Walls * Gorgeous Library * Master Suite with Wet Bar, Solar Tubes, Tile Fireplace and Luxury Bath with Steam Shower and Jetted Tub * Adjoining Sitting Room with Fireplace and Built Ins * 4th Bedroom with Original Exposed Brick Wall and Dormers * 1.71 Acres with Garden Shed and Radiant Heat on Driveway *

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  • Grrrowler

    I like the foyer and main staircase, and the living room isn’t bad. The rest I’m not so sure about. The remodel was not very sympathetic to the history of the house, or so it seems. I’m not even sure what to make of the kitchen. It’s half commercial kitchen, half 1960’s tract house. What is the large room with the cathedral ceiling? I first thought it was an indoor pool, but the pool is missing.

    As for the location, it’s OK. There are a lot of very interesting older houses in the neighborhood, but it’s not considered the best neighborhood. I find it really funny that the listing uses Bonnie Brae as a landmark. Bonnie Brae is a famous (at least locally) pizza joint/bar.




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  • Nalin

    most of the house still looks extremely dated, despite the remodeling. also, after 90 years, how has nobody put any landscaping in the front?




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    • Grrrowler

      The house actually does have trees surrounding it, but on the perimeter of the property. There’s a large lawn between the house and the trees and the picture is taken from the lawn. That said, there should be some more landscaping up against the house.




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  • BB

    I live in this neighborhood and this house is RIGHT on University, like 2″ away. Must be loud in some places of the house, it’s a busy street.




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  • Nick

    NO.It’s too dated to be enough livable…




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  • Iemand

    A little bit off topic here but Kenny that house from the Godfather you posted at the “mansion of the day” section was/is in the news everywhere, even here in the Netherlands: newspapers, film sites and probably on TV.
    Apparently that film still makes an impression on people.




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