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ARCHITECTURAL STYLES



Denver has a great diversity of architecture. Many of the most popular and prolific housing styles were defined by the era of their construction.

Clicking on the search links below each architectural example will showa list of available real estate in that styles year of construction range.



The Victorian

Vintage Loft Building

There are many versions of Victorian architecture in Denver. The style varies form the highly decorative to a more restrained version found in many neighborhoods. "Queen Anne" style Victorians are among the most ornate. The fronts are asymmetrical and can incorporate classical ornaments, towers and turrets, wraparound porches, multiple gables, balconies, stained glass and high brick chimneys.

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The Classic Cottage

Classic Cottage

Classic Cottages are basically one story versions of the Foursquare. Popular between 1900 and 1915, common elements include central dormers, front porches, hipped roofs and flared eaves. Interiors have a similar range of finishes as Denver Squares.

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The Bungalow

Bungalow

The popularity of the California Bungalow spread across the country in the early 1900's. The growing popularity of the American Arts and Crafts movement during the same period produced many features common to bungalows. Low pitched gable roofs, exposed rafters, front porches, tapered square columns and handcrafted oak interiors are among the most popular features.

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The Tudor

Tudor

Tudor style homes started rising in Denver in the 1920's and 30's. The most dominant features of Tudor Revival houses include steeply pitched roofs and false half-timbering. Interiors can include casement windows, grand front rooms, coved ceilings, oak trim and floors and castle-like strap iron doors.

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The Denver Square

Denver Square

The American Foursquare or Denver Square, as it became known locally, was built at the tail end of the Victorian period. The most defining element is the square symmetrical front. A great feature of many Denver Squares is the matching square footage on the first and second floors. Many have smaller, finished third floors, as well. The interior finishes range from Victorian to Craftsman.

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Lofts

Vintage Loft Building

Lofts are large, undivided spaces converted into residences. Many times they start as older industrial or warehouse buildings. Today, however, many new buildings are being constructed with the same design philosophies that fall under the Loft heading. The main attraction to Central Denver is their location in the heart of the action. Lofts are for those who desire carefree living close to restaurants, sporting events and all of the other amenities that Urban Denver has to offer.

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The Mid-Century Modern and International Style

4500 West 30th Avenue

Mid-Century Modern's and International Style houses began appearing in Denver in the 1930's. Many neighborhoods have fine examples of both styles. Bonnie Brae is a great place to view International Style properties. If California Contemporaries fit your bill, maybe you should consider Virginia Village or the superb Englewood Colorado neighbohood, Arapahoe Acres.

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Infill And New Construction

4515 West Moncrieff Place Exterior

Many neighborhoods with traditionally historic style architecture have had an influx ofcontemporary constructionin the new millenium. Referred to as Infill, a prime example of this phenomena is the wildly popular LoHi neighborhood, where Victorians sit alongside recently builthouses, townhomes, lofts and condos.

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