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Denver’s Architectural Styles

The Leonard Leonard office at 420 Downing

This is a popular housing style that dates from the second half of the 19th century. The details were often Italianate or Queen Anne inspired and featured porches with spindle work detailing, L shaped or gable front plans with cornice brackets. Basically Victorians were the working class or middle class versions of the Queen Anne with simpler details.

These are very popular in Denver

-Sonja Leonard Leonard

The Office Gardens have been featured in Denver’s Rocky Mountain News

The Office itself has been featured in Victorian Homes Sourcebook

The renovation of the office has been featured several times:
Alamo Placita Neighbors Association
Architects use 100-year-old thinking to remodel
Better Homes & Gardens
Rocky Mountain News – “Tiny Farmhouse Transformed”

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