Designed in 1940, this historic beauty with its original touches and design captures the eye of those who can appreciate its authenticity! Spanning over 8700 sf of living space with 5 beds & 9 baths, this opulent retreat is prepared to cater to all lifestyles.
Proudly perched on the crest of a hill, hidden amongst the trees and lush landscaping, 300 S. York is a unique Denver treasure. Designed by Colorado’s most notable architect, Burnham “Bernie” Hoyt (1887–1960), the official architect for Denver Parks and Recreation in addition to Red Rocks Amphitheatre (1941), his most famous work.
Hoyt masterfully incorporated many of his ideas and details into 300 S. York towards the end of his famed career. From the park-like setting and hints of modernism in the entry bar, 300 S. York showcases Hoyt’s best work in an elegance and grandeur not easily found in Denver. The property has been lovingly and meticulously maintained to preserve all of its original architectural detail. Along with careful preservation, the home includes many modern amenities, seamless additions, advanced security system and mechanical upgrades.
One of Denver’s most private and secluded estates, this is a rare offering in the heart of Denver!