Location: 145 Dexter Street, Denver, Colorado
Year Built: 1966
Footprint: 3,054 square feet (four bedrooms, three baths)
Lot Size: 0.23 acres
From the Agent: "Listed for the first time since its creation, this residence is an enduring midcentury-modern masterpiece. The layout of the home radiates from an open-concept living area. This floor encapsulates the essence of the era with linear forms that are contrasted by patterns of dappled light and a quintessential, yet approachable conversation pit ideal for everyday use. Above the main floor is a cross-shaped walkway suspended so that residents in every upper-level room can peer down into the living area from shuttered openings. Natural light is available from all four walls in each of these private oases. At the axes of the walkway are built-in planters that further emphasize the home’s biophilic nature; a motif expertly crafted by Richard Quinn of Ream Architects."
145 Dexter Street, located in Denver, Colorado, is currently listed for $2,200,000 by Megan Harper of Milehimodern.
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