A Penthouse with a Punch.
Known for its grand design, the Museum Residences seduce your senses with a style of contemporary architecture that is reminiscent of an internationally acclaimed cosmopolitan destination. Penthouse 607 is a microcosm of the artistry found throughout the development displaying an array of attributes seldom found in Denver.
Few things in Colorado are as big or as vibrant as our state's baby blue sky. To celebrate, the architect, Daniel Libeskind, created marvelous double-height ceilings ensuring natural light is omnipresent.
Convenience & Class.
Technological advancements have revolutionized the way we live. Here in the Penthouse, hard-wired motorized shades and custom Philips Hue lighting controls not only make life simpler but also allow you to control the mood with a flick of a switch... or the touch of an app!
- Ebony Stained Solid Oak Flooring
- Double-Height Glass Walls
- Glass Baseboard Heaters
- Museum Quality Drywall
- Recessed Philips Hue Lighting Controls
- Sleek Architectural Staircase
A Hue of Blue.
The coolest kitchen we've seen in quite sometime, the Penthouse sports electric blue cabinetry crafted by Italian manufacturer Berloni. Paired with a stainless steel backsplash and countertops, the fit and finish is absolutely sublime.
Few residences in Denver afford homeowners wrap-around views of the front range. Even fewer provide a 300+ SF terrace for you and your guests to soak in the sunshine or watch it disappear behind the mountains.
The Master Suite.
The upper floor of the Penthouse is designed to be an exclusive retreat. Overlooking the main living area, the space is light, bright and private.
Neat Feature: If you prefer pitch darkness to twinkling city lights, the motorized black-out shades are ready to be deployed at your discretion.
A Cozy Nook.
The use of this space is bound only by your own imagination. Just off the sleeping quarters the flex area works perfectly as an office, library, sitting room, media space or a combination of all four.
A Playful Touch.
Incorporating the blue Berloni cabinetry from the kitchen, the master bathroom is clean and crisp with a pop of color for good measure. Highlights include:
- His & Hers Vanities
- Secluded Water Closet
- Large Walk-in Shower
- Soaking Tub
- Floor-to-Ceiling Tile
- Walk-in Dressing Room
A Room with a View.
Overlooking Denver's skyline and the Museum Residences' rooftop garden, the dressing room is anything but mundane. Custom cabinetry with an elegant door system conceals your personal belongings from sight. When privacy is desired, motorized shades shield the view.
The Final Touch.
Located on the main level is a secondary bedroom and three-quarter bathroom for guests. But if you have other plans for the space, no problem. The Museum Residences has a guest suite on-site and available for rent or better yet, treat them to the ultra-cool ART Hotel located nextdoor.
One Last Thought.
No doubt, Denver has some incredible residences but Penthouse 607 is an instant favorite. Here's our favorite characteristics:
- The Museum Residences - Easily the most architecturally significant residential building in Denver.
- The Penthouse - No neighbors above and only three other suites on the floor.
- Double-Height Ceilings + Wall of Glass - What's left to say?
- The Terrace - Appreciable outdoor space in the city is difficult to find and the penthouse delivers an abundance.
- The Master Retreat - Its more than a bedroom, its your own secret getaway.
- Parking & Storage - Two things city dwellers desperately need and the penthouse has both. Three parking spaces and two storage cages, in fact.
- The Community - Only fifty fives homes spread across two buildings creates a quiet atmosphere to call home.
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 2
- Finished SF: 1,745
- Parking: Three Parking Stalls
- Storage: Two Storage Cages
Proudly co-listed with Angela Hacker of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.
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