Charming Victorian-style renovated Denver Mansion located in Historic Capitol Hill neighborhood. Solid investment opportunity featuring 2 extremely unique units. (Unit B in building is also for sale in addition to A & C, GREAT INVESTOR OPPORTUNITY!!) Each unit boasts beautiful fireplaces, woodwork, high ceilings, stair cases, built-ins, skylights, pocket doors, exquisite tile work and flooring. Entrance features glass-surrounded sun room. Stunning city views of Basilica and Capitol, mountains, as well as surrounding city landscape from the multiple decks. Lot sits up higher off of street and surrounded by wrought iron fence/wall. North and Eest sides have sprinkler systems and security gate at front entrance. Each unit includes furnace, hot water heater, washer and dryer. The Biddle Reeves House Built in 1889 Morris Stuckatt-Architect There are two buildings that constitute the condominium association 1459 Pennsylvania Street The three-story Victorian Mansion contains three condominiums units, Units A, B, and C. The Carriage House (1461 Pennsylvania) Unit D – Carriage House back of property. THIS BUILDING IS NOT FOR SALE, PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB THE OWNERS/TENANTS The Mansion was a private family residence for 87 years. In 1976 the Grand Victorian Mansion was purchased by a group of investors. John Head purchased Unit A, Richard Foster purchased Unit B and Unit C was purchased by Mary Ann Foster (No relationship with Richard Foster). They were all involved in the extensive restoration of the property which took three years. The Biddle Reeves House benefited from being privately owned. The beautiful fireplaces, mantels, large pocket doors and curved stain glass windows remain in place. Many of these features date back to the original construction in 1891.