A Grand Dame of Washington Park. This brilliant legacy of famed architect Burnham Hoyt erected in 1941 settles within a private and secluded two acres, minutes from Denver Country Club and the heart of the Cherry Creek Shopping District. This masterpiece exudes a timeless charm. As you enter the grand foyer, you are immediately drawn to the forged spiral staircase. The main floor presents two sweeping great rooms with fireplaces and floor to ceiling French doors. The windows allow natural light, exterior gardens, multiple patio’s, stream and pond with fountains, pool, fireplace, and wet bar to seamlessly integrate to the interior of the home. This main floor shares an inviting sunroom with elegant sky lighting and hand painted terracotta tile flooring. The kitchen and the formal dining room though connected offer guests an intimate and private dining experience. The spacious eat-in kitchen is a chefs delight that features commercial grade ovens and subzero appliance. As you retire to your private quarters your guests will find an Art Deco inspired guest suite on the main level. While ascending via the gorgeous spiral staircase or the discrete elevator, upstairs you will encounter a private lounge with the primary suite. It includes its own fireplace, two distinct changing areas with baths and spacious walk-in closet. The East wing upper-level also includes three additional bedrooms and two baths. This urban yet secluded sprawling property is nestled among mature Pine and Oak trees and once experienced, you too will be seduced.