Homes with History: Tudor Steeped in Denver History

Built by architect Hugh M. Woods in 1931, this 4,397-square-foot Tudor home features one of a kind pieces made from structures throughout Denver, Colo. From reclaimed marble floors to tall brick fireplaces and vaulted ceilings, the interior is truly steeped in the city's history.

Photo By: Perry & Co., a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Perry & Co., a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Perry & Co., a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Perry & Co., a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Perry & Co., a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Perry & Co., a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Perry & Co., a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Perry & Co., a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Historic Tudor Home in Denver, Colorado

Even from a distance, this hilltop home in Denver, Colo., exudes history and charm. A well-manicured lawn highlights the Tudor architecture, while an iron fence establishes a degree of privacy.

Fence Showcases Address Numbers

This historic home was built in the 1930s by Hugh M. Woods and features a 4,397-square-foot floor plan, two-car detached garage and a basement. Gold address numbers welcome visitors and complement the traditional architecture.

Warm and Welcoming Foyer

Marble floors from the Old East Denver High School guide visitors into the foyer. Here, a console table, armchair and antique cabinet warm the white walls, while stairs and a gold chandelier draw the eye towards the home's second level.

Great Room Boasts Brick Fireplace

An archway opens into the great room, where a neutral sofa and several chairs provide seating for visitors. The brick fireplace was repurposed from the Old Logan school and serves as the room's focal point.

Reclaimed Timbers Create Vaulted Ceiling

Overhead, oak timbers from Denver's 1552 Market comprise the gorgeous vaulted ceiling. Black-and-white tile floors draw just as much attention to the space below.

Kitchen Complements Home's Tudor Style

Though the kitchen is newly renovated, the designers used warm wood cabinets to help it complement the home's Tudor architecture. A large island gives the owners plenty of room for meal prep and entertaining.

Hot Pink Powder Room

Hot pink walls make a serious statement in this powder room! With black-and-marble tile and plenty of wall art, the space becomes a fun and eclectic place to freshen up.

Wood-Infused Living Space

A stone fireplace anchors the far side of this living area and offers welcome warmth year-round. Meanwhile, wood trim and a wood accent wall warm up the white walls.

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