The Loneliest Movie Theater

251 Harrison St., Denver, CO 80206

Apparently the current owner of this home really likes watching movies. Alone.

And they’re not just watching movies in their lonely home theater. They’ve got a TV embedded in the bathroom mirror…

251 Harrison St., Denver, CO 80206

And one in the enormous walk-in closet.

251 Harrison St., Denver, CO 80206

I can’t find one actually in the shower, but maybe it’s camouflaged to blend into that crazy tile work?

251 Harrison St., Denver, CO 80206

This home also comes with a swell bonus feature: color-changing walls! Note the large wood wall on the left of this photo. Now it’s pine…

251 Harrison St., Denver, CO 80206

…now it’s cherry!

251 Harrison St., Denver, CO 80206

Sometimes though, you’ve had enough TV and color-changing walls, and you just want to sit down and stare outside.

251 Harrison St., Denver, CO 80206

Alone, of course.

Found by: Christin C.

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Marty E.
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7 Comments on "The Loneliest Movie Theater"

  1. You won’t be too much alone. You have “the King” on the wall.

    And is that bar code on the kitchen wall?

  2. Emerald63 | May 9, 2014 at 1:32 PM |

    @Frodo: I saw bar code, too. Well, it never hurts to spell out the rules of the house for your… bar patrons.

    Did you notice there’s yet another TV outlet embedded in that bar code? Look at the cherry wood kitchen pic – you can see the cable/satellite leads hanging out of the wall and an outlet down near the counter top.

    You won’t be alone with the King there, but they might want to consider purchasing the King statue we saw a few posts ago, at least have the illusion of another body in the room.

  3. Emerald63 | May 9, 2014 at 1:47 PM |

    Given the listing text spells out all the luxury materials used, I’d love to know what percentage of the final price tag can be attributed to them. Carrara freakin’ marble? Note to Agent: If your clients can afford that much of it, you might want to learn how to spell it. We’re talking Carrara, Italy, not a Porsche Carrera.

    It’s a nice place, but somehow it just doesn’t do it for me. And it seems somewhat misplaced in the surrounding neighborhood. Not too much, but somewhat. I personally would not have traded that much of the site footprint for extra indoor space nor would I want what outdoor space I had to have the “You are now entering prison property” feel to it, as seen in Pic 3. However, I do like the expansive use of deck space.

    Best Bonus? If you’re gonna live only one block over from Colorado Boulevard, being within half a block of an intersection with a traffic light is a godsend.

  4. @Emerald63: I think you’re right! These people sure do love their TVs. Although why they left the TVs in the other rooms and took this one out, is beyond me. Maybe they thought showing the TV in the kitchen was overkill.

  5. P.S. – Sorry about falling behind on posts this week! Better late than never, I suppose.

  6. Emerald63 | May 9, 2014 at 5:14 PM |

    @Marty E.: True Dat! An no apology needed, Marty. Perfectly understandable, that needing-to-make-a-living thing. :)

  7. Well, that sure puts the “solitary” in the “solitary splendor.” One doubts any other living thing than maid service has ever entered here – including the obligatory show-case dining and lounge areas.

    My initial reaction was, “Bad divorce?” – but then I realized there would have to have been some sort of relationship for that to happen. I don’t think this place could tolerate even imaginary friends.


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