15 Elm Avenue
Listed at $2,375,000
Iconic Property in Old Broadmoor
Designed and built in 1929 by the architectural firm of Temple Buell of Denver, this historic modified Italian Renaissance manor is located just blocks from the renowned Broadmoor Hotel and its five-star amenities. Artisanal features include a rare and historic green tile roof, Van Briggle tile accents, overhead Australian chandelier lighting and a library – originally a solarium – lined with Honduran mahogany. The 9,000-square foot residence includes 5 bedrooms and 6 baths. The home’s gracious main level floorplan, volume ceilings, carved moldings and expansive lawns make this one-of-a-kind estate ideal for welcoming family and friends. The home also enjoys a significant back story: Built by Mr. and Mrs. D. Branch Warwick of New York, it was designed as a vacation home. Mr. Warwick was one of NYC’s early stock exchange founders. Incomparable quality and workmanship throughout.
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Second home opportunities never better
What a terrific fall it has been along Colorado’s Front Range. We’re still playing golf, hiking and enjoying mild weather. At the same time, some of the country’s finest skiing will soon be available just a few hours away. That’s probably why so many of our Broadmoor-area buyers have discovered Colorado Springs’ foothills are a great place for a second home...
A Great Place to Live
Colorado Springs has always been a special place. With 14,144-ft. Pikes Peak as a back drop, the city was founded in 1871 by General William Jackson Palmer. By 1918, Spencer Penrose had opened The Broadmoor Hotel, attracting visitors from across the country...
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*Broadmoor Properties represented the buyer and/or seller.
*Sold prices represent the actual sold price, Under Contract prices represent the listed price.