Own a piece of Denver's history and generate rental income!! This home is a 3 owner residence originally owned by Peter McCourt and the Taber Family. Built in 1896, the two-story brick residence is an unusual example of a Denver Foursquare embellished with elaborate Colonial Revival detailing. The facade is dominated by its balustrade porches and the two-story ionic columns that support a balcony at the top level. Peter McCourt was the brother of Baby Doe Tabor and for several years served as the manager of the Tabor Grand Opera House and is best known for bringing the theater and entertainment circuit to Colorado and Wyoming. The interior has been updated for functionality however many of the original embellishments have been preserved including an original fireplace mantel from the original Tabor Grand Opera House, built-in wall safe and original Christmas decorations for the grand staircase. Many of the internal decor was gifts from prominent dignitaries of the time.
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