Here it is – the only two bedroom, mountain facing home in the Four Seasons with a 615 square foot balcony! There is nothing else like it. With nearly 2000 square feet of interior space, and the finest finishes, you’ll find that no detail was overlooked. The gracious living room features custom built-ins with back-lit onyx shelving, automated window shades and curtains, built-in speakers and easy access to the outdoors. You’ll also enjoy the gourmet kitchen complete with extended kitchen island, Miele cooktop, microwave, and convection oven, along with a Subzero refrigerator. You’ll also find plenty of storage with an interior storage room, plus a separate storage unit on the 17th floor. This amazing property also includes 2 reserved parking spaces – a rarity for two bedroom plans in the building! Of course, owning a property in the Four Seasons means you’ll have a team of experts to help and support you on a very personal basis when needed. You’ll also enjoy exclusive access to a host of amenities that cannot be found anywhere else, including the Four Seasons Spa, Edge Restaurant, room service, housekeeping and more. Note- Some photos from previous tenant.
- 615 square foot balcony
- 2 reserved parking space
- 1 storage unit
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It’s not hard to find information about what is going on in Downtown Denver. Our take on it is that it is quickly becoming one of the coolest cities in the country. No longer a sleepy cow-town, you’ll find nearly anything you could want. Most don’t know that Denver plays host to one of the largest theater districts in the nation – https://www.denvercenter.org. It’s also fast becoming one of the top “food” destinations in the US – with nearly too many restaurants to mention. One of our favorite testimonials to how far Denver has come is the proliferation of work from some of the most talented architects around – Michael Graves (Denver Public Library – https://www.denverlibrary.org), Daniel Libeskind (Denver Art Museum), David Adjaye (Museum of Contemporary Art – http://mcadenver.org) Brad Cloepfil (Clyfford Stills Museum – https://clyffordstillmuseum.org) and of course Denver’s own Curt Fentress (Denver Convention Center, DIA, Mile High Stadium and more – https://fentressarchitects.com).
|Size||1951 Square Feet|
|Rooms||2 Bedrooms / 2.5 Bathrooms|
|School District||No info|