Masterpiece - Magnificent - Majestic are some of the words that come to mind when describing this iconic Denver estate situated on a 22,200 sq ft corner lot. 1101 Oneida is perhaps the best example of the Mission Revival style of Architecture in Colorado. Denver natives & aficionados of Denver's historic homes recognize this property as the prize of Montclair. Affectionately referred to as the "White House" by the family that has owned the residence since 1988, the property was built in 1907 by architect Glen Huntington for Edward G. Reinert & is known, historically, as the "Reinert House". Reinert, a close friend of Barron Von Richthoffen who commissioned the construction of the Richthoffen castle, purchased land that now includes the "White House" & the "Dairy" & the building that houses the Historic Montclair Community Association. On this land, Reinert operated a dairy farm along with his friend & neighbor Barron Von Richthoffen & visitors came to recover from tuberculosis by drinking mugs of fresh milk and inhaling Colorado's crisp air. Many stories circulate as a result of the Reinert & Richthoffen friendship, including the existence of a secret tunnel between the two properties. The current owners have never located this tunnel over the past 33 years but they are not yet ready to negate its existence. Many stories and legends exist & can be shared with the future owner. Please note both the interior & exterior, architectural details of this residence including the Corinthian capital columns at the entry porch & the second story multi-arched porch. There are two stone patio areas accessed from the interior of the home, a roof-top balcony atop the garage & a gazebo structure for outside relaxing in addition to flowering gardens & extensive grounds. The interior, with its turn-of-the-century classic detail is spectacular, spacious & resonates of joyous times & offers the renovation buyer a ONE-OF-A-KIND opportunity to own this distinguished residence.
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