Historic downtown Denver bed and breakfast hits market at $4M
A Denver landmark dating back to the late 19th century is hitting the market today.
Driving the news: The Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast on Tremont Place downtown is listed at $4 million, according to LIV Sotheby's International Realty, the broker.
- The property features two Victorian homes with 13 suites, four of which are designed by local artists.
- The organic breakfasts often include ingredients from the property's herb and vegetable gardens.
Background: The original building dates to 1879 and was occupied by Horace Tabor's family, according to the owners.
- In 1987, it opened as the first downtown bed and breakfast.
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