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There is a certain feeling that comes with living in a loft style home. But it’s an uncommon thing to find a good one – and a truly great one is even more rare. When the Flour Mill Lofts were originally conceived and developed by historic preservationist and developer Dana Crawford in the late 90’s, no one could expect that so many of the individual homes would eventually come to be featured in design books and magazines for the next 20+ years. And as rare as it may be, here’s your chance to own one of the great ones…

Designed by Semple Brown Architects and improved upon by the current owners several years later, Residence #5B features 2 bedrooms, plus an office, 2 baths and a terrific outdoor terrace. However, statistics don’t tell the story of this one. Located in the original grain silo part of the building, with views from the east to the west, it is elegant, a little edgy, and full-on cool! Enormous ceilings, industrial windows, concrete pillars, and exposed brick walls hint at the historic roots, while a steel and wood storage and display wall, new floors throughout, an updated kitchen and new primary master bath bring us into the future. But to tell the story requires more than just a list of features. Located close to downtown, but just far enough away, along the banks of the South Platte River, with parks and trails right outside your door, an easy access to the best entertainment and transportation districts in the city, the full breadth of urban living is at your fingertips. Opportunities like this don’t coming along often – do not miss your chance to own one of the premier historic loft conversions in the city!