1950s Denver Country Club home for sale; money will go to the Conservation Fund

DENVER - A 1950s home in the Denver County Club neighborhood is up for sale for $2 million.

The 5,198-square-foot home sits on six lots. The 1954 home features five bedrooms, five baths and two basements. The home faces a pond on the 5th green of the Denver County Club's golf course.

The owner, 99-year-old Helen Prue Grant, died last summer. The longtime conservationist was know for helping establish Four Mile Historic Park. She left her home to The Conservation Fund.

Now The Conservation Fund is selling the home to continue its mission of buying and protecting land on Colorado's Front Range, according to listing agents Leonard and Leonard.

Learn more about the historic home: http://www.leonardleonard.com/listings/101sHumboldt.shtml

According to listings on Trulia.com, there are five other homes in the Denver Country Club area in the $2 million price range.

A 3-bedroom home on East Alameda is listed for $2,999,000: http://www.trulia.com/property/8620794-1991-E-Alameda-Ave-Denver-CO-80209

A 6-bedroom, 1910 home on Franklin Street is priced at $2,980,000: http://www.trulia.com/property/3105862868-305-Franklin-St-Denver-CO-80218

A stone castle-style home on Circle Drive is for sale for $2,750.000: http://www.trulia.com/property/41175283-500-Circle-Dr-Denver-CO-80206

An historic Tutor, 1930s home on East 4th Street is listed for $2,295,000: http://www.trulia.com/property/3114596498-2128-E-4th-Ave-Denver-CO-80206

A 1928 home on a half acre on Gaylord Street is priced for $2,195,000: http://www.trulia.com/property/8621184-100-Gaylord-St-Denver-CO-80206

 

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