The Waldman is a beautiful european inspired building built in 1923 by the award winning architectural firm of Fisher & Fisher. All of the gorgeous original details remain intact: large french windows, Juliet balconies, high ceilings, rich hardwood floors and wide hallways. The apartments large rooms, and high ceilings have the ability to be decorated in a modern contemporary way, or in a more traditional feel referencing the buildings historic past. The building is situated at the 9th Avenue entrance to Cheesman Park, and has a private gated butterfly garden that overlooks the park. Just across the great lawn lies the Pavilion at Cheesman Park and the members entrance to the Denver Botanic Gardens. The walking path that runs around the perimeter of Cheesman Park is just steps from the front door. This unit located on the north side of the property features huge rooms, ample closet space, and a beautifully updated kitchen. The living room and bedroom offer a partial view of the park. This unit has a beautiful wood burning fireplace...one of only three at The Waldman, perfect for those cold winter evenings. Private storage, the mail room, bicycle storage, a trash depository, and a community laundry area are all located in the basement...easily accessed by the elevator. Conveniently located King Soopers , Trader Joe's , and Safeway are all a short walk away...as well as Oliver's Market, Satchels on 6th, and DazBog Coffee. A deeded parking space is provided in the underground parking garage across the street...restricted access is for residents only. Owners had an architect evaluate the feasibility of re-configuring the floorplan to be more open, and adding a second study / bedroom...he concluded that it would be possible with minimal effort involved...a concept sketch of the proposed floorplan is included in the photo section.
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