The Harry Huffman Mansion, designed 1938 by Raymond Harry Ervin. A mix of Art Deco and Streamline Modern, it was designed to mimic the mansion from Frank Capra’s film, Lost Horizon.
From the Denver Post, November 5, 1997:
"Lost Horizons" inspired the 1938 art deco / moderne mansion high on the hill at 150 S. Bellaire. Theater mogul Harry E. Huffman and his wife fell in love with the movie and its fictional Tibetan lamasery, and they commissioned architect Raymond Harry Ervin to create an exact copy. Their snowy white Shangri-La has three wings, each with a superlative view of a 14,000 foot Front Range peak - Longs, Evans or Pikes - a view reminiscent of fascinating Tibet. [Joanne Ditmer]