This mid-century modern icon is lovingly named the ‘Subry House’ after the first homeowners who lived in this brilliant display of architecture. Built in 1956, the home is an illustration of Usonian Style with a strong indoor/outdoor connection, a myriad of organic materials, dramatic overhangs and natural lighting throughout. A flowing open floor plan includes the living room, dining room and kitchen. Refinished warm mahogany walls encompass the living room with an original double-sided fireplace. Custom nooks and shelving are throughout the living areas. A strong visual connection between the indoor and outdoor spaces includes the sunroom, paved patio and backyard oasis. A built-in, stone wood burning grill is primed for hosting guests and summer barbecues. The master suite is paired with a bathroom boasting modern updates. Set in historic Arapahoe Acres, this home is part of the collection of Usonian style houses preserved in this unique and special neighborhood south of Denver.
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