Built in 1926, the Granada Theater was Colorado's first silent movie theater. Fast forward almost a century and hidden behind the vintage marquee sign is a modern single-family home. Unlike the exterior, the inside has been stripped of its cinema past to offer 6,000 square feet of living space. Exposed steel beams and brick are paired with custom cabinetry and natural stone to create an industrial vibe throughout the open living spaces, while the former orchestra pit has been converted into a heated eight-car garage and shop. Interior rooms spill out to a series of outdoor patios and terraces, including an observation deck with views of the Rocky Mountains and Denver skyline. As a subtle nod to the building's heritage, space was reserved for a small home theater.
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