This stunning Carey Holiday Home features the original design that was featured during the 1954 Parade of Homes. Designed by Denver architect Norton Polivnick, this home was lauded at the time for its central multi-purpose area in lieu of a central hall. The kitchen, which was originally walled off when the house was built, has been opened up to the living room to allow for a more contemporary look and feel. As well better access to the natural light, which constantly floods the interior of the home, especially from the home’s glass gable. The kitchen's contemporary updates are complete with new stainless-steel appliances, butcher block counters, new cabinets, full height tile, floating shelves and recessed LED lighting! The upstairs bath has also been updated with modern finishes! The master, and second bedroom on the main floor are oversized, and extremely spacious. There is also a third bedroom upstairs, perfectly situated and sized for a home office, nursery, or media room! Out the dining room is a massive covered patio perfect for entertaining or sipping your morning coffee under! Downstairs is complete with a non-conforming bedroom, and ample space for a media room, gym, storage, you name it! Having a basement in an MCM home is rare, let alone a full basement doubling the living area of the main floor! The basement also has an updated bath, keeping the original yellow tile, but adding in a new shower, and fixtures! Come check out the charm, living space, and abounding natural light in this Harvey Park MCM! With a newer roof, new water heater, newer HVAC, updated electrical panel, double pane windows, sprinkles, new appliances, updated kitchen, 2 updated bathrooms, and a short walk to Harvey Park and lake- all that is left to do is... Move on in and live out your modernist dreams!