Designed by Norman Polivnik in 1957, the Goldman residence is a time capsule of midcentury style and vintage abstract artwork.
The late artist and businessman Edward Goldman balanced two passions throughout his life: a career at Central Electric in Denver, where he rose to be CEO, and a dedication to perfecting his craft as a self-trained painter. For most of his life, Goldman, along with his wife, Elaine, lived in the lush Denver neighborhood of Wellshire. It was there that local architect Norman Polivnik built the couple a classic midcentury-style residence in 1957—a home never before offered for sale, until now.
Stretched across a wide tree-lined lot, the 5,000-square-foot home embraces its green surroundings with atrium-like spaces and windows galore. Wood paneling runs throughout the interior, contrasting with pops of abstract artwork and built-in shelving. The spacious floor plan offers three bedrooms, along with two full and two half baths, plus a library and an Allmilmo kitchen. Keep scrolling to see more of the home, currently listed for $1,295,000.