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Oh, So Mid Century

This modern, minimalist Belcaro home gives us serious Mad Men vibes



Photography courtesy LIV Sotheby's International Realty

Minutes from the luxurious Cherry Creek Mall and neighborhood-favorite Washington Park resides a home that even Don Draper would approve of.

This Belcaro Park home designed by Denver architect Steve Barsch illustrates the versatility of the mid-century style with modern white and bright finishes, from marble countertops in the kitchen to 12-foot-tall vaulted ceilings for a spacious living room area.

Sitting on one-third of an acre with over 9,800 square feet, the home includes two full gourmet kitchens, two main-floor master suites, seven en-suite bedrooms, an elevator and even a full bar with a wine room that’s ideal for hosting lavish soirees. 

The upscale Scandinavian-inspired interior possesses not only contemporary touches like a sleek entertainment area with a fireplace centerpiece, but also pays homage to mid-century architecture with large glass windows and plenty of open space. 

Originating in the booming 1950's America, mid-century architecture blossomed into the embodiment of a unique yet classic layout that’s easily adaptable for incorporating modern-day trends. With infrastructure that’s made to last and a layout that is effortlessly timeless, this home’s architecture balances the merge between traditional and upscale modernism. 

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