One of Denver's premier 19th-century Victorian-style homes is on the market for $935K.
A recent winner of the 2010 Mayor's Design Award, the home features a secret passageway, complete interior renovation, a master bath steam shower, cellulose insulation and a radiant floor heating system. All interior utilities in this 121-year-old home are new.
The secret passageway is believed to have been built by two brothers in the 1900's, when the home was divided into different units. The tunnel was built to carry supplies between them.
The entire first level ceiling is made with soundproofing to prevent noise from traveling from the dinning room to the second level of the house. The home includes two home theater systems and and a video surveillance security system.
Listed by Adam Mackstaller.
Check out the 2010 Mayor's Design Award-Winning home: