Circle Drive | Door’s Open
We’re avid fans of architecture, and over the years, we’ve accrued quite the collection of styles to count among our favorites. And, while you’ll find we frequently publicize our love affair with the blank slate that modern often affords, we’ve also been known to hold many-a candle to a Tudor or two. To have to choose between these two perfect styles would be akin to favoriting children, and we think the owners of this home on Circle Way agree wholeheartedly with our thoughts on the matter. Their space, tucked into the quiet streets of Federal Heights, is a delicious blend of classic and modern styles. It’s a Tudor without and a brilliant mix of modern tastes within. Picture a preserved, 1920s masterpiece, but with a brand-new kitchen that’s brimming with high-end finishes. Picture painstakingly-refinished hardwood floors and sturdy brick matched with luxury-level baths.
The space is a work in perfect harmony, and when we had a few potential suitors over to see for themselves, we think the consensus was such. You see, rarely does one come across such a unique space that perfectly blends seemingly-conflicting styles. This one’s something truly special, indeed, and we think you’d do well to see it for yourself before it’s gone…
Contact Cody Derrick at cityhomeCOLLECTIVE for additional details or to schedule a private showing | 801.718.5555