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A combination of designer lighting and natural light, which flows through skylights, clerestory windows, and La Cantina bifold doors, highlights a collection of dramatic sculptures—and sculptural modern furnishings. All photos courtesy LIV Sotheby’s International Realty

On The Market: An Art Collector’s Dream Home

Eleven reasons why this Belcaro ranch—on the market now for $3.5 million—is the ultimate place to live with fine art.


Like many of the sprawling ranch-style homes in Denver’s coveted Belcaro neighborhood, the residence at 919 S. Garfield Street is, from the street, tasteful yet unassuming; mature landscaping conceals much of the modern structure from view. But one look inside the 3,686-square-foot home, designed by Scott Parker of Nest Architecture, reveals bright and airy interiors—designed to showcase an extensive and varied collection of fine art—that are anything but humble. “Created for lovers of art, space, and light, this residence is like no other on today’s market,” says Peter Blank of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s MileHiModern team, who is listing the house for $3.5 million. Here, in 11 photos, we show you why.

For more information, contact listing agents Peter Blank (720-849-1956) or Judy Fahrenkrog (303-888-4760) or visit

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