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A modern penthouse in downtown Denver gives the term “wall-climbing” a literal meaning.
In the corner of the two-story living room is a built-in climbing wall, just “for fun,” said Scott Leggett, a real estate agent with Slifer Smith & Frampton. After all, this is Colorado, home to outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds.
“There’s a strong climbing culture here, especially in Boulder and Colorado Springs,” he said. Boulder, less than 30 miles from Denver, is home to the iconic Flatirons rock formation.
“The climbing wall makes the most of the space, with columns next to the two corner Windows,” Leggett explained. The 20-foot-high walls are covered in grips and grips to replicate the experience of climbing outdoors.
The penthouse, built in 2001, has no such equipment. The current seller gutted and redecorated the entire space, spending about $2 million to renovate it.
The wall isn’t the only noticeable improvement. The two-story living room centers on a wide floor fireplace that runs along a wall with a TELEVISION. The grand staircase consists of solid wood steps suspended from the ceiling by brushed metal poles. The white walls of this open concept space are broken by dark or textured walls, concrete and generous metal-framed Windows.
The kitchen has an oversized center island. The island has a leather granite countertop with a sink and an induction cooker top, and can also be used as a place to eat breakfast or drink coffee. Appliances along one wall include convection, double ovens and heating drawers.
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