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Located on Packard Hill in Denver’s Potter Highlands Historic District, this 4,442 sq.ft residence is a thoughtful and innovative expression of contemporary style while respecting the scale, materiality, and history of the existing home. Originally designed and built in 1938 by Welsh architect R.O. Parry, the Rabbit House was a single-story red brick Tudor Revival residence.

The current owners moved in over 15 years ago. Having fallen in love with the history of the neighborhood and the classic façade of the house, they wished to keep as much of the existing structure as possible while adding much needed space for their growing family.


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