Come home to this Queen Anne Victorian in the heart of Congress Park that has aged like a fine wine. Built in 1891 by Bavarian architect John Gustave Link, this charming abode drips with character and curb appeal, combining classic architectural details with a modern touch. You will be wowed by the stunning arched picture window in the living room. The timeless grace of the original heartwood pine floors throughout the main level will enchant you. The open-concept kitchen is a dream for entertaining guests. It features stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and cherrywood soft close cabinets. The entire upstairs is a generous master suite. The one-of-a-kind, live-sawn hardwood flooring throughout the upper level is a showstopper. Complete with a full ensuite bathroom, two large closets, and natural light everywhere, you may never want to leave home again, especially after you discover the tankless water heater provides endless and efficient hot water on demand. Sitting on the largest lot on the block, the massive yard is great for gardening or hosting a bbq with friends. As a bonus, the yard is equipped with a sprinkler system making landscape maintenance a breeze. Dreaming about a new electric vehicle? The spacious two-car garage has a 220-volt outlet for quick and efficient charging. Best of all, the location is outstanding. Restaurants, boutiques, Congress Park, Cheesman Park, and the Denver Botanic Gardens are all a short stroll away. You do not want to risk missing out on this opportunity. Schedule an appointment today!