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Whether you immediately see the vaulted arches and beams, tall windows and doors, or the open concept and historic charm, the unique features of the church architecture at 501 South Pearl Street makes for an awe-inspiring space. Located in one of Denver’s most sought-after neighborhoods, this multilevel home retains much of its original character, including 20+ foot cathedral ceilings and a main level great room that is surrounded by multiple dining and seating areas which can be arranged in a number of formats across the central gathering space. Cozy but yet majestic, this 6700 + square foot renovated residence offers an entertainer’s kitchen with professional level appliances, an elegant primary suite, four bedrooms and five baths, loft seating area with an office, a wine cellar, fully landscaped outdoor spaces, and much more. Stellar mountain view from third level balcony. This unique home is steeped in history yet shows thoughtful attention to details. A stunning example of adaptive reuse, the original structure was built in 1893 for Reformed Presbyterians, led by Rev.James Milligan Wylie. In 2013-2014, the builder sought to maintain the church’s historic character, including defining elements like the bell tower, while still modernizing the interior to make it suitable for a comfortable home. The Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture, made popular from 1880-1900, was christened after the architect Henry Hobson Richardson. Three levels above grade, and an enormous basement give this home space to breathe, truly an entertainer's dream.
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