Elizabeth Wright Ingraham, the “environmental architect," once said, “...architects become builders of ideas.” Inspired by her grandfather, Frank Lloyd Wright, she created & crafted this “House of Dreams” for a family with ten children, who would, with great affection, call it “home.” This incomparable location offers views of the majestic front range mountains by day and vibrant city lights by night. The lot, originally platted in 1888, was a destination for those seeking healing from tuberculosis. This is a rare and unique opportunity to preserve a slice of history while resurrecting a dream and continuing a rich legacy. Heart and soul reside within these walls. Love and a vision for "what can be" will make this house a home once again.