A Seventh Avenue house that once hosted the Finnish consulate has hit the market for $3.5 million.
The home, located two blocks south of the Denver Botanic Gardens, came online last week for the first time in three decades. The listing price is a $3 million bump from when its current owners purchased the two-story brick house in 1989 for $359,000, city records show.
The home served as the Finnish consulate in the first half of the 20th century, before the consulate moved to its current location in Highlands Ranch.
The address: 2315 E. Seventh Ave.
The stats: Built in 1922, the 6,819-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It sits on 0.29 acres.
Listing broker: Gordon Stover with RE/MAX Professionals.
The sellers: According to Denver property records, the sellers are Michael Leo and Michela Lepore. Michael Leo is a physician.
The finer things: The home features imported chandeliers, marble and granite detailing and stained glass windows of landscape scenes. Outdoors, there is a large brick patio and a covered front porch overlooking Seventh Avenue. The home is within walking distance of the Denver Botanic Gardens, Cheesman Park and Congress Park.