DENVER (CBS4) – The owners of a house on 36th Avenue near Park Hill Golf Course are suing the city’s Landmark Preservation Commission. The owners want to demolish their home, Business Den reports.

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Neighbors of the 114-year-old home don’t want to see it go. They asked for it to be historically designated citing it is a “rare remaining farmhouse.”

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The owners say the application for historic designation was wrongfully approved after commissioners noted the application was incomplete.

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They want the decision to be overturned.

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  1. Codswallop Hogwash says:

    Save this house! Too many Victorian houses have been torn down in this sad city already. Save our Heritage!!!