Five Spectacular Homes For Sale in Colorado
Located near Aspen, this sprawling estate was put up for sale by Texas business man Sam Wyly as part of a bankruptcy filing.The 244 acres include ten homesites, three of which are undeveloped and ready for the new owner to customize. Combined, the existing homesites have 22 bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, and five half baths. The property includes a 500-tree evergreen farm and a tennis court, and is bordered on three sides by national forest land, giving the ranch a feel of seclusion and departing from busy city life.
2. Downtown Denver penthouse: $13 million
Built in 2010, this penthouse sits on the top two floors of the Four Seasons hotel, the tallest residential building in downtown Denver and fourth tallest overall. At 6,786 feet, the two levels include three bedrooms and five bathrooms, plus two 373-square-foot balconies featuring a hot tub, fireplace, outdoor TVs, and built-in heaters. The penthouse in on the western side of the hotel, boasting incomparable views of the mountains, as well as the unparalleled service of a Four Seasons private residence.
3. Castle Pines Village mansion: $5.2 million
Located in the gated residential area Castle Pines Village just north of Castle Rock, this house sits on one acre of land and includes eight bedrooms and eleven bathrooms. The 9,257 square footage doesn't include the 3,600-square-foot finished lower level featuring a fitness center and home theater, or the 1,476=square-foot subterranean auto 'vault,' a ten car garage that includes a wash/detailing bay and wet bar. The house also has a private spa wing boasting a sauna, steam room, marble hot tub, private massage room, and in-floor radiant heating. This is all in addition to the amenities offered by Castle Pines Village such as two private golf courses, thirteen miles of walking and biking trails, and three children's play parks.
4. West Creek Ranch: $149 million
Surrounded by miles of scenic desert land on the border of Utah and Colorado, this 6,900-acre ranch was put up for sale by Discovery Channel creator John Hendricks. In addition to the 14 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, the property includes a guest house, helipad, air strip, and an observatory featuring a 20-inch Meade Telescope. There are also opportunities for hunting animals such as mountain lions and bears.
5. Vail mansion:$34 million
Nestled into a copse of pine trees in Vail Village, this home stands on .87 acres of land on the banks of Gore Creek. The 11,007 square foot house includes five bedrooms and ten bathrooms, surrounded by open space.
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