Art Deco Parisian Flat Meets Castle Vibes! Surrounded by Denver’s richest history, this Capitol Hill condo offers convenient location and historic charm. Dating back to 1889, the Charline Place Condominiums were originally built as four townhouses by Charles H. Smith, proprietor of the American House Hotel and owner of the Colorado Electric Light Company, designed by architects Varian and Sterner of Denver. Over the years, through various additions and renovations, the property fluctuated between uses – even operating as a hotel for many years. With such a storied past, the appeal of this home is tangible in each unique detail. Period moldings and a sealed mantelpiece infuse aesthetic interest from the moment you step inside. With high, coved ceilings (minimum ten-feet throughout), built-in features, a walk-in closet, custom blinds, hardwood floors, and fresh paint, this home is a fantastic opportunity to own in Denver’s original fashionable neighborhood. Building features include on-site laundry and a secured (private to this unit) storage room, while nearby reservable parking maximizes convenience. In addition to maintaining the grounds and the building, the HOA fees cover water, gas, and heat. Right outside, the city comes to life – you’re just minutes from the Capitol Building, Civic Center Park, museums, restaurants, bars, nightlife, downtown, the 16th Street Mall, and mass transit. Convenience, comfort, and a healthy dose of local history make this captivating home a true one-of-a-kind!