Picture perfect 1924 Georgian on one of Denver’s most beloved streets in Historic Driving Park.
A small gem of a neighborhood, Historic Driving Park is tucked between Country Club and 7th Avenue Historic Districts. This block of is known as Dollhouse Row, where each home was designed by a group of Denver’s finest architects in the 1920s to showcase a sampling of unique Spanish, Colonial, English Cottage, French Country, and Dutch Colonial local architecture.
456 Williams was beautifully renovated and expanded in 2013 by Old Greenwich Builders to preserve the traditional character with updates for today’s modern family. This happy home is a true jewel box, surrounded by the city’s most grand and historic properties, just a short stroll to the shops and restaurants of Cherry Creek North and the Cheesman Park walking path.
Visit drivingpark.org for more details on this lovely neighborhood.
Listing Agents | 2021