Fall in love with this historic condominium home in the heart of Capitol Hill. Built by Louis F. Eppich and designed by architect Walter L. Rice in 1909, this building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This residence features chic updates that seamlessly blend classic and contemporary styles. The unit has been well maintained to preserve the historic charm and character. Enjoy plenty of natural sunlight throughout the condo’s open airy floor plan with 10" tall ceilings. Savor quiet moments or afternoons with friends on the sunny, spacious front porch space with Trex style deck planks. The original hardwood floors, which have been preserved and recently refinished, as well as the original wood trim, give the space its historic charm that the neighborhood is known for. Both bedrooms come with high ceilings, closets with the original built-ins, and lots of natural light. This residence also features updates in the bathroom to include fresh paint, new lighting, and a refinished claw foot style bathtub. The home comes with one reserved exclusive use parking space, and a storage room in the basement. Plenty of off-street parking for guests or roommates. As a bonus, this historic home comes with an updated kitchen featuring new quartz composite counter tops, brand new stainless-steel appliances, a new stackable washer and dryer, and freshly-tiled-mosaic floor. Landscaping in the front. A short stroll will get you to Pablo’s Coffee, City O’ City, Cheesman Park, the Molly Brown Museum, and more. Enjoy this walkable neighborhood and be immersed in Denver lifestyle.