Ed Hawkins, the man responsible for Arapahoe Acres, built this house in 1957, after returning from a visit to Japan. He lived in this residence for ten years.
The false balcony is a playful break from the honesty of his beautiful Usonian and International style designs that permeate Arapahoe Acres.
byron June 16th, 2011 at 11:55 am
the false balconies exist because englewood building codes did not allow balconies at the time AA was constructed. there are numerous examples of this in AA.
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