$5.375 million modern Hilltop ranch incorporates metal, stone, wood and fire

WHAT: 235 South Eudora Street is a four-bedroom, four-bathroom single-family home in Denver’s Hilltop Neighborhood.

PRICE: $5,375,000.

SIZE: 6,084 square feet. $883 per square foot.

235 S. Eudora Street in Denver's Hilltop neighborhood.

Teri Fotheringham Photography

The entryway features a fireplace surrounded by stone in 235 S. Eudora Street in Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood.

LOCATION: The residence is located in Hilltop, one of Denver’s urban luxury neighborhoods. Hilltop is known for its parks, particularly Cranmer Park, famous for its sundial and the large architectural homes surrounding it. It’s an easy walking or biking distance to the shops and restaurants of Cherry Creek, just to the west. Listing agent Peter Blank, who lives in the neighborhood, says although Hilltop has long been known for being family oriented in the past, its residents are more diverse today, bringing in singles and couples who are attracted to its close-in proximity, tree-lined streets and striking homes.

ABOUT THE HOME: The home, although brand new, was built to blend seamlessly into the neighborhood. And while the ranch-style street view of 235 S. Eudora is fairly unassuming, the homeowners worked with architect Scott Parker of Nest Architecture incorporating earth elements of metal, stone, wood and fire to create a wow factor once you walk through the home’s steel front door.

A large two-sided fire feature surrounded by custom-cut Texas limestone greets visitors and separates the entryway from the kitchen.

The kitchen includes a dramatic two-layered ceiling, Miele appliances, and a large island featuring quartz countertops inlaid with a walnut bar that seats six. Rather than being tucked away in a cellar, the home proudly show off its wine collection with a custom, floor-to-ceiling wine wall. The feature, which separates the kitchen from the butler’s pantry, allows the homeowners to display labels, control the temperature and easily retrieve bottles from its large, transparent doors.

Another architectural feature is the staircase to the lower level. The stair treads are composed of thin pieces of steel that float and are uplit from the floor below. There is one bedroom suite, a gym, game room, theater and safe room on this level.

235 S. Eudora Street in Denver's Hilltop neighborhood.

Teri Fotheringham Photography

The lower level of 235 S. Eudora Street in Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood features a floating wood and steel staircase, a home theater and gym.

The master bedroom overlooks the back terrace, and includes a walnut-paneled dressing room and luxury master bath. The living room features vaulted ceilings, wood beams and an 8-foot fireplace. Two additional bedrooms, with a shared Jack-and-Jill bathroom, an office and powder room make up the remainder of the main level.

The back of the house has folding 10-foot glass doors that fully open to provide an indoor-outdoor experience, complete with mountain views. The terrace includes a full outdoor kitchen, heaters in the ceiling and firepit. There is room for a lap pool on the 12,500 square-foot lot.

Blank says that although spaces are generous, the home doesn’t need a lot of furniture. “It’s like living in a gallery, living minimally” he says, with the home itself the work of art.

CONTACT: Peter Blank of Mile Hi Modern and LIV | Sotheby’s International Realty, 720-849-1956.

235 S. Eudora Street in Denver's Hilltop neighborhood.

Teri Fotheringham Photography

The back patio of 235 S. Eudora Street in Denver’s Hilltop neighborhood features an outdoor kitchen, heaters and mountain views.

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