Penthouse stunner in Lower Downtown Denver asks $1.27M
The luxury loft is one of 15 units in the historic J.S. Brown Mercantile building. It's on the market for $1.265M.
History: J.S. Brown Mercantile was built in 1899 and designed by local architects Gove & Walsh, who also helped design Union Station just across the street. At the time it was a wholesale grocery business.
- It was converted to Wynkoop Mercantile Lofts in 1993. Wynkoop Brewing Company is on the first floor.
The exact address is 1792 Wynkoop St., #502. At 2,198 square feet, it has 2 beds and 2 baths.
Design: Much of the original architecture shines through with exposed brick and beams, which creates a vintage industrial feel.
- Listing agent Medra Volpi says you can see the workings of the old elevator — which was used to bring flour up from the lower level — in the kitchen.
Highlights: Two deeded parking spaces (valued around $50K each), tons of light, rooftop deck, 14-foot ceilings, La Cornue range, library.
Listed by: Medra Volpi at Coldwell Banker Realty
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