If you have always wanted to own a historical home in Denver, here is your chance. This home located on 965 North Pennsylvania Street was built in 1896 by architects Gove and Walsh.

These two architects responsible for designing this home have also designed some of the most iconic buildings in the state of Colorado. Some of these buildings include Denver's Union Station, the Sugar Building, the University of Colorado Boulder Campus, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, and more.

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This historical Denver home has seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, 8,796 square feet of living space, and is listed on Realtor for $3.95 million.

This Denver home is in an area dubbed as Millionaire's Row. Some of the amenities you will find in this historic home include heated floors in the Chef's kitchen and master suite, three fireplaces, a home theater room with a full bar, a wine cellar, a private guest suite, and an Apollo Security System.

To learn more about this historic Denver, Colorado home that was built in 1896, you can see the full listing on Realtor.

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