One of Park Hill’s earliest established residences has graced the market with the price tag of $3.7 million.
The 113-year-old home, known as “The Hayden House,” at 1673 Hudson St. in South Park Hill went up for sale Oct. 1.
The four-story property recently underwent a two-year renovation and restoration that maintained the architectural details while modernizing and enhancing the interior, according to the listing. At 8,500 square feet, it features six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a luxurious spa with a separate sauna and steam rooms and even a separate catering kitchen for entertaining.
The French Eclectic-styled home was designed by G.W. Huntington, one of Denver’s early 20th century architects, who designed more than 30 homes in Denver’s East 7th Avenue Historic District. Upon its completion in 1907, The Rocky Mountain News called it “one of the most convenient and best arranged homes in the city,” according to the listing.
Linda and Michael Dugan purchased the home for $1.9 million in 2017, later transferring ownership to 1673 Hudson LLC, according to property records. Michael Dugan is a civil trial attorney and once ran for an open seat in Colorado House District 48 in Greeley in 2006, according to an old Denver Post article.
Address: 1673 Hudson St., Denver
Listing price: $3.7 million
Stats: The newly renovated, four-story home features 6,813 square feet above ground, plus a 1,699-square-foot finished basement.
The finer things: While the original architecture remains intact, the home’s recent owners replaced the building’s entire infrastructure with new electrical service and wiring, plumbing lines, two new laundry rooms and more.
Each of the six bedrooms is oversized to accommodate a separate seating area, and all of the bathrooms have double sink vanities. The showers have thermostatic valve rain showerheads.
Downstairs, there’s a media room, a workout room and a wine cellar.
Seller: 1673 Hudson LLC
Listing agent: Bob Licher with Licher Real Estate Group