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5 Bed | 5 Bath | 3,491 SQFT

With ethereal elegance in the modernist tradition, this Mies van der Rohe-inspired home provides an uncommonly captivating setting for daily living. A light-filled carriage house/ADU with a private entrance perfectly harmonizes with the main homestead. Designed by Christian Butler and Michael P. Johnson, this enclave of seven homes represents a collaboration between visionaries and sits on a cul-de-sac that terminates in a sylvan park. Diffused through tailored linen curtains, light emanates from floor-to-ceiling windows that run the length of the main floor. A designer chandelier makes a daring statement in an aesthetically seamless kitchen with integrated appliances and hand-crafted custom cabinetry. The open main level flows through oversized sliding doors to a recently-perfected outdoor complement to the indoor space. With over $50k in landscaping additions, the yard was designed to maximize potential in a visually stimulating manner, increase privacy, and instill calm. A sunken courtyard delivers an arboreal lightness to the basement where a relaxed living space, complete with a wet bar, is joined by guest space and a home gym. The second story houses a gravitational master suite that lures with its custom closet, structured pendant lighting, and a fully-tiled en suite bathroom where a shaft skylight illuminates a walk-in, dual-headed shower and a floating dual-sink vanity. A second bedroom has been fully outfitted as a dressing room and provides luxury beyond the average home. Perhaps the most unassuming feature of this remarkable home, the garage offers a unique opportunity with its carriage house studio apartment. Ideal for guests or as a rental, the space is self-sufficient and has a unique address. Perfectly positioned, it’s just a stone’s throw to RiNo, City Park, Curtis Park, and the Light Rail, while neighborhood favorites include River & Roads Coffee, Plimoth Restaurant, and Brasserie Brixton. Creative, artistic living with an integral connection to nature is just the beginning.

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