More than a warm and inviting home, 675 Humboldt is an Arts and Crafts masterpiece. The original 1908 Denver four square was gutted to the studs, expanded and restored with the finest design, materials and custom craftsmanship. The project was strongly influenced by the artistry of Greene & Greene, Henry Morris and Gustav Stickley. Every detail was carefully curated with unparalleled quality. If you appreciate the elegance and workmanship of Craftsman design, this property has everything you could dream of. The grace of the Arts and Crafts movement is reflected in the attention to details, including box beam ceilings, colonnades, custom built ins, interior corbels, hand cut staircase railings, leaded glass, mahogany wood floor inserts and Bradbury & Bradbury wall treatments. Natural elements include extensive use of 3 1/2 inch quarter sawn and rift white oak for floors and a comprehensive trim and millwork package. The one-of-a-kind main floor study includes custom built-in bookshelves and box beam ceilings. Modern improvements were made with a sensitivity to maintaining an authentic feel. All of the original windows were rebuilt and restored. New leaded glass designs were added. Eight new bathrooms feature period tiles, marble floors, pedestal sinks and claw foot tubs. The massive William Ohs chefs kitchen opens to the family room, offering an ideal space for memorable entertaining. Located in Denver’s highly sought after 7th Avenue Historic District, you are within walking distance to some of the city’s finest parks, restaurants and shopping areas.This is a rare opportunity to own a timeless architectural treasure.