Nostalgic 3 Story Queen Anne in the heart of Highlands Square steeped in spectacular vintage character. Original wood trim, sweeping staircase, pocket doors, 11’ ceilings, stained glass, fireplaces and original red brick exterior interweave effortlessly with extensive new upscale finishes. Nearly 1400 square foot main floor entertains like no other.
Dazzling living & dining rooms. Timeless custom kitchen dressed in top quality cabs, granite, chef’s grade appliances, & eating island. Second story houses a magnificent king-sized master suite with luxe walk-in closet, five-piece bath-walk-in shower, posh slipper tub and a second story deck overlooking manicured grounds.
Two additional sizeable bedrooms up with splendid hall bath. Third story is an art studio/playroom. Fully finished basement with egress houses stylish family room + a full guest suite. No detail or cost spared - posh chandeliers, inlaid wood floors, rich details throughout. Five beds, 4 baths, 3 car garage, 4215 square feet of finish, 13,750 square foot lot. Out the door to all things Highlands.
This home was designed in 1886 by William Quayle, considered one of the most important architects working during Denver's real estate boom from 1880 until the Panic of 1893. In a listing of Denver architects’ significant works for that year, the Rocky Mountain News indicated the “E.T. Webber residence North Denver, cost $6,000” as one of the designs of the acclaimed master.
The house was built by Elwin T. Webber, a Civil War veteran. The original owner, W.F.R. Mills, became the 31st mayor of Denver. Its longest resident (1900 to 1951) was the trailblazing physician Mary Ford, who shared her home and practice with Dr. Helene Byington and often treated those who could not afford medical care. Helene Byington's daughter, Spring Byington, was a Hollywood actress from 1930 to 1960. Ford influenced society during more than a half-century of medical service to Denver. Her early medical practice began at a time when very few doctors in the city were women and those in pursuit of such a career faced numerous obstacles to success.