The Koin House – One of the most Iconic Modernist Homes in Denver, is now Available for Purchase and Renovation!
Designed by Internationally known Architects Tician Papachristou and Charles Haertling in 1962, the Koin House sits on a knoll in Cherry Hills with a Commanding View of the Rocky Mountains. The Dramatic Angular Parabolic Roof Evokes the Distant Peaks and Appears to Float Over the Home.
Stunning, even by Today’s Standards, the Koin House is Drop Jaw from the Moment one Enters Through the Front Door. Inside, the Floor Plan is Laid out in a Bold L Shape with Wings that Reach out to Embrace the View and Create Distinct Public and Private Spaces. Floor to Ceiling Glass, Slate Flooring, Soaring Ceilings, Teak and Mahogany Millwork and Custom Detail Create an Environment Second to None. Clerestory Windows and Floor to Ceiling Glass Wrap Around the Enormous Living, Dining and Public Areas.
The Master Suite, with His and Hers Baths and Dressing Rooms, is on its own Wing Surrounded by Glass and Vaulted Ceilings. The Opposite Wing Houses Two Additional Bedroom Suites and Music Room.
The Contemporary Kitchen is Striking in its Design and Simplicity! Beautiful Detail and Floorplan—Perfect for Entertaining 1 or 100—Floor to Ceiling Sliding Doors Open off to a Large Covered Terrace Overlooking the Swimming Pool and Gardens.
The Koin House was the Cover and Feature Home in Architectural Digest in 1964.
Cherry Lane Drive is Part of Cherry Hills – A Luxury Neighborhood with Sprawling Country Estates and Rural Charm. Located within Minutes of the Tech Center and Close to Cherry Creek and Downtown, Cherry Hills is one of Denver’s most Coveted Neighborhoods!
Part of a Larger Estate, the Koin House sits on 1.3 Acres of Land Accessed by a Private Drive. An Adjacent one-acre Parcel to the West is also Available for Purchase with the House.
Mile Hi Modern is Partnering with Modern in Denver Magazine who will be Featuring the Koin House in the New September Book.