The big red brick building on the Corner of 4th and St. Paul was built in 1891, and 131 years later, it could be yours for just $15 Million Dollars.
It is known as Harman Hall, and was constructed in 1890’s to be used as Town Hall. At some point, it was acquired by Pat Hamill, the CEO of Oakwood Homes. He dumped a bunch of money into it in 2010, and turned it into one of the Landmark homes in Cherry Creek. The outside of the building was returned to its classic red brick glory, but the inside is full of high tech comforts and services seen only in new builds. The building itself is 7,000 Square feet with 3 floors above ground, and a hidden speakeasy below. There is a 3 car garage, with a Hydraulic lift that takes you down to the Speakeasy area. There is enough room to park another 10 cars down there if you have a collection. The home has 4 Bedrooms, 8 Bathrooms, Heated Wood Floors, Granite countertops, and an Elevator. They use the Savant system to make the house “Smart”, with intelligent lighting, heating, and security. There is also a spa like bathroom with a steam shower, soaking tub, and a waterfall-accented spa. What is a Waterfall supposed to smell like? I don’t know, but this house has it. There is also a rooftop deck with a firepit, that overlooks Cherry Creek. The List of amenities goes on and on. Movie theaters, outdoor patios, bars. You name it, this house has it.
If this sounds like the place for you, and you have $15 Million waiting to purchase, it is offered up at Liv Sothebys . If you’re looking to finance, you’re looking at payments of about $90k a month for the next 30 years.