Listing Broker: RE/MAX Cherry Creek
Own a piece of storied history at 1410 High Street, a majestic brick mansion located in the heart of Denvers Wyman District. Commonly known as "The House of 1000 Candles," the Sykes-Nichols Office Mansion was designed by Frederick J. Sterner in 1897 & is registered w/the Landmark Preservation Commission. Over a century after its construction in 1989, the mansion became the Starkey Intl Institute for Household Mgt, a premier school for American Butlery. Masonic symbolism can be found throughout the propertys oak moldings, remnant evidence of its former clergyman-owner. An inscription over the entry hall fireplace cites Ralph Waldo Emerson: "Ye ornament of ye house is ye guests who frequent it". 20 offices, 5 bathrooms, a kitchen and numerous conference rooms reside over the 4 floors of this landmark home, offering versatility whether it remains an office building or is converted back to its original design. Located on a 16,700 sq ft lot, 20 private parking spaces.
Detached Single Family
Lot Size (sq feet):
Corner of 14th and High St