International Style Intersects with Streamline Moderne

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Denver’s first few International Style homes were built in the mid-1930’s. Subsequent International inspired homes, like this one built in 1939, were commissioned by “upwardly mobile young people with urban orientation. They were willing to experiment and to live in noticeably different housing.” * Sound familiar?

 

3 bedroom | 3 bath | 1788 sq. ft. | 2 car garage | .14 acre

As you can see the difference from the 70’s era photo to today’s, this recently refreshed gem has withstood the test of time. While we would have liked to see a more preservation minded approach to the kitchen and bath updates, we are pleased to see the original fireplace tile, window sills, and some other details still intact.

 

 

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*B/W Photo and quote from D. Etter

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International Style Intersects with Streamline Moderne
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International Style Intersects with Streamline Moderne
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This historic mid-century modern home was recently for sale in Denver. We are pleased to see the original fireplace tile, window sills, and some other details still intact.
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