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Capitol Hill Denver real estate, One of Denver’s earliest neighborhoods, it was the most prestigious place to live, and tree-lined Colfax Avenue was the most fashionable address for your mansion. By the 1980s riders on the Colfax trolley line gawked at the highly ornate Victorians, Queen Ann, Romanesque, Shingle Style and Italian Renaissance Revival style homes. A number of these homes were designed by William Lang, the premier architect at the time. Numerous owners of Colorado’s premier mining operations – chiefly silver and gold mines – lived in highly ornate Victorian mansions in Capitol Hill.
After the Silver Crash of 1893, less ostentatious houses were built: mainly, the Denver Foursquare, although they were not as elaborate on the outside, they were “abundantly endowed” on the inside and owned by wealthy Coloradoans.
In 1993, the western part of Capitol Hill, the area bounded by York Street on the east, Franklin Street on the west, East 17th Avenue on the north, and East 13th Avenue on the South, became a historic district, named Wyman, named after John Wyman, an early settler.
Capitol Hill Denver real estate, which is close to the State Capitol is a desirable place to live, replete with intriguing retail, restaurants, bed and breakfasts, and close proximity to downtown Denver.
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