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An Artful, Modern Gem Shines in Belcaro

Photos courtesy of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

Extraordinary in every detail, one modern-style ranch stands out from all the rest in Denver. This home, designed by Principal architect, Scott Parker, of Nest Architecture, is a chic and artful residence that combines natural materials including steel, stone, glass and wood to create a modern home that exudes smart, sophisticated design. The 3,686-square-foot, four-bedroom, six-bathroom ranch features an open floor plan, unique design accents, and serves as the perfect canvas to exquisitely showcase art.

The journey into this sleek residence begins curb-side, where lush gardens, mature landscaping and a unique, tricking water feature welcomes residents and guests to the gas lamp-lined front entry.

Upon entering the home, the eye is immediately drawn to a 14-foot stone fireplace that is surrounded by airy clerestory windows.

The great room ceiling appears to float above the space and the sky-lit living room and La Cantina bi-fold doors create an instant connection to the outdoors.

Designer lighting and custom art screens and walls transform the space into not just a home, but a smart and unparalleled living space for art lovers.

In addition to newly painted, museum-grade walls, the residence features a movable art installation system that allows the owner to easily hang various personal pieces of art. Additional design features include cantilevered shelving for art and book display, and espresso-stained Oak hardwood flooring throughout that further complements the interior space.

The residence’s open kitchen, complete with a Butler’s pantry and Caterer’s kitchen, can thoughtfully accommodate a simple breakfast for two, or entertaining a party of 100 guests. Luxury features include a new Miele 5-burner gas cook top, two ovens with warming drawer, Ann Sacks tile back splash, and custom pocket doors opening to the dining room.

Moving through the home, the master suite is located in its own wing overlooking the terrace and gardens, offering a true respite from daily life.

The suite’s spa-like bath is laced with custom marble, glass, and Quartz, rivaling the best of design accents found within luxury hotels.

A stone fireplace, sleek hardwood flooring, and sliding French Doors all add to the sumptuous nature of the space.

Truly the one of the best courtyard environments in Denver, a 1,000-square foot outdoor covered living room overlooks the yard’s dramatic water features and gardens, with a Viking outdoor kitchen taking center stage of the space.

You can learn more about this property here.

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