Mid-Century Dreaming in this Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired Arapahoe Acres Home!
Designed by DU Professor and Architect Eugene Sternberg in 1955, 1421 E Cornell Place and all of Arapahoe Acres Became an Overnight Sensation. Flash Forward 56 Years and AA still has the same Mystic and Panache!
Broad Horizontal Lines Seem to Reach out into the Landscape and the Roof Appears to Float Above the Glazing and Brick.
Period Details Throughout Including Exposed Beams, Wood Ceilings, Hardwood Floors, Exposed Brick Walls and Large Expanses of Windows Create an Organic Palette of Materials that Harmonize with the Outdoors.
The Open Floor Plan with the New Remodeled Kitchen takes Center Stage with the Adjacent Living and Dining Rooms. Floor to Ceiling Sliding Doors Engage the Outdoors with a Large Treed Private Lot.
- Re-Finished Hardwood Floors
- New Travertine Flooring in Kitchen and Dining Rooms
- New Kitchen with Granite and Stainless
- Updated Electrical System and Service
- New Designer Lighting in Kitchen and Living Room
- New Carpeting and Tile
- New Complete Exterior Paint
- New Landscape with Irrigation, Plants and Rock
Located in Arapahoe Acres, America’s Quintessential Mid-Century Modern Neighborhood, and Listed as a Historic District in the National Register of Historic Places.
Arapahoe Acres was Recognized by 5280 Magazine in May 2011 as one of Denver’s Compelling Residential Areas!
Close Commute to the Tech Center, Downtown and Cherry Creek. One of Denver’s (Englewood’s) Best Walking Neighborhoods for Mid-Century Architectural Marvels and Landscapes. Curvy Streets and Original Street Markers add to the Charm and Character of Arapahoe Acres.