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SOLD – The Ghourdjian House 1944 – Greenwood Village – Victor Hornbein Design


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For the discerning buyer in search of architectural significance and the privacy of an estate-like setting, The Ghourdjian House at 606 E. Belleview Avenue is a rare opportunity and perfect find.  For the family looking to raise children under the canopy of mature trees amid proper, mid-century modern design in Greenwood Village, there is none comparable.

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Designed in 1944 by famed, Colorado, architect Victor Hornbein (1913-1995.) This modest, Usonian style home was one of his first residential commissions in the metro area and clearly blazed the trail for design aficionado’s looking to escape the city and live in the rolling hills of Greenwood Village.

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With exceptional care and detail, the current owners have updated the home to include a modern kitchen, which includes cherry cabinets, stainless appliances, dual dishwashers, Silestone counter tops, Italian tile and a breakfast bar. The main floor master suite has prominent views of the sprawling yard, gardens, and pool.

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The open floor plan, of which was key to both the architect and the owner, allows for the quintessential indoor/outdoor living experience so important to MCM philosophy and design.

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A 10ft. privacy wall and motorized gate affords security and privacy for the home and its surroundings. The fourth bedroom, in a separate wing, can be utilized as a study, artist studio or a gentleman’s retreat (man cave.) The home also boasts the distinction of being featured in a past issue of Architectural Digest.

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James G. Koustas

Koustas Property Consultants

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