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In Denver’s Southern Hills neighborhood, gorgeous midcentury modern homes are easy to spot. These desirable designs dot the community, but one could argue that 3091 S. Fillmore Way is among the most spectacular.

The 5,000-square-foot home looks as if it’s been pulled out of a time capsule from the 1950s. Since it was built in 1957, the property has had only one couple as its owner—the artist Edward Goldman and his wife, Elaine—and it’s clear the Goldmans were dedicated to keeping the space in pristine condition.

“The house has been immaculately maintained,” says listing agent Christopher Slowik. It’s been on the market for a month and just had a $100,000 price cut, bringing the asking price to $1,350,000.

Slowik told us the home could use an update or two, but that a buyer could also move right in and leave the home in its full midcentury glory.

Living space

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Dining space

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Office space

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Bedroom

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Bathroom with custom lighting

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One of the elements that makes the house unique in the area is the open concept. “Many homes built in the same era had sectioned-off rooms, but the main living spaces in this house are completely open, which makes it perfect for entertaining,” Slowik explained.

The custom-designed home has not one, but two living spaces, as well as a large dining room, all of which flow together so you can keep party guests circulating.

Cool details abound throughout the residence. Custom lighting touches each room. Built-in shelving is found throughout the living spaces, and floor-to-ceiling windows make the most of the natural light.

Living space

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Goldman and his wife had particular needs and wanted to make sure the house accommodated both. As an artist, Goldman required space to create, and his wife possesses an affinity for all things green.

The residence is a testament to their talents. “There’s a two-story artist’s studio where Ed Goldman created all of his work. There’s also an indoor greenhouse,” Slowik said.

Elaine’s green thumb extended to the exterior of the home as well. “You know, this house is located in the city of Denver, but the backyard feels like its own lush park,” Slowik said. “The trees are mature, and the plants are beautiful and green.”

The property is its own oasis in the midst of the mountains. After six decades with the Goldmans, it’s now ready for a new owner to claim it as home.

Indoor greenhouse

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Backyard

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