Brilliantly Designed, this Arapaho Hills Mid-Century Mod Home Sits up High on a Beautiful Tree Lined Street. Dramatic Views from the Rooftop Deck Capture the Neighborhood and City Lights!
Walls of Colorado Red Stone Slice Through the House Visually Bringing the Outdoors into the Interior. Shoji Screens Offer Separation Between Public Spaces when Needed. Floor to Ceiling Windows Create a Bright Open Space.
The Open Floor Plan Engages Seamlessly to the Outdoors with Sliding Glass Doors that Open onto the Courtyard and Back Yard. Toffee Stained Bamboo Flooring Throughout the Main Floor Compliments the Natural Materials of Wood and Stone. The Open Stair and Railings Appear to Float Between the Entry and Upper and Lower Levels.
The Baths have been Updated but the Original Retro Charm and Character are still in Place.
The Lower Level has an Additional Family/Theatre Room with a Fireplace and 2 Bedrooms and Bath. The Oversized 2 Car Garage also has an Adjacent Heated Workshop.
Landscaped with an Artistic Eye—Terraced Gardens out of Stack Stone, a Natural Water Feature and Plenty of Room for Vegetable Gardening. Entertaining is Easy with the Terrace. The Outdoor Storage House can be a Studio or Workshop.
- Roof Top Deck with Views
- 2 Fireplaces
- Wrap Around Windows
- Sliding Shoji Screen Room Dividers
- Walls of Colorado Red Stone
- Open Modern Stair that Connects All Levels
- Heated Workshop off Garage
- Bamboo Flooring Throughout Main Level
- Landscaped Yard with Stack Stone Walls
- Natural Setting Water Feature
- Patio and Storage/Garden/Studio Mini House
Arapaho Hills is Located in Littleton, a SW Suburb of Denver. Developed by Clyde Mannon with the Infamous Design Team and Great Architects that Designed Arapahoe Acres, these Homes are Larger and Embraced More of the Indoor/Outdoor Living Connection. Combined with Innovative Natural Materials and Use of Glazing Arapaho Hills Established itself as one of Denver’s Best Examples of a Modernist Neighborhood.
A Few Blocks of Architectural Eye Candy, Arapaho Hills is a Friendly Enclave of MCM Enthusiasts that Consists of 72 Homes.
Recently the Historical Preservation Board Approved the Arapaho Hills Subdivision on the City’s List of Merit. The Cohesive Neighborhood of Architecture, Landscape and Site Planning Deserved the Recognition and was Deemed Worthy of Preservation.