Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Scupltor John DeAndrea Created "Linda" in This Home's Studio


My listing at 1235 Pierce Street was previously owned by the well-known sculptor John DeAndrea, whose famous work, Linda, was created in the studio located behind the 3,322-sq.-ft. home and its 4-car garage. The person who bought this home from DeAndrea and is now selling it keeps a framed Denver Art Museum poster of the work above the studio door. DeAndrea’s overspray can still be seen on one of the posts in the converted pole barn. The house itself is special, combining the retention of its 1928 style with modern conveniences such as a Sub Zero fridge, soapstone countertops, steam shower, hardwood floors and original light fixtures. It’s a short walk to the Lakewood Country Club and the coming light rail line. You can take a narrated video tour of the home on its website, www.LakewoodEstate.info. Open this Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012, 1-4 p.m.


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