The Beville House is important. The distinctive stone is pink rhyolite that was hand-picked (1956) by the architect Joseph Dion in Castle Rock, Colorado. It is the only house in the neighborhood boasting this design feature. The facade encompasses decorative wood brackets and deep eaves. The stone wall is battered and extends to the lot line and also includes planter boxes. Verticle board-and-batten siding covers the two-car garage with flush doors. The north elevation features a light screen constructed of wood that covers a large window. The interior features a magnificent rhyolite stone fireplace, clad in copper that anchors the great room. A louvered mahogany wall separates the iconic galley kitchen from the main living area. large corner windows and original built-in shelves complete the space for those that enjoy books or lofty thoughts. The interior is highly original and all bathrooms maintain all fixtures at the time of construction. Each bedroom has a sliding, glass door to private and covered patios. There is nothing like it in Historic, Arapahoe Acres. This house is for the purist. This house is for the aficionado of proper MCM architecture and design. This house is art and deserves owners that not only appreciate its rarity but also realize the value in maintaining its historical significance. This was the second home commissioned by original owners Eugene and Koe Beville in Arapahoe Acres.
Courtesy Of Koustas Property Consultants LTD
District: Englewood 1
Schools: Charles Hay Elementary School, Englewood High School, Englewood Middle School
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