A retired Qwest executive is selling his two side-by-side Cranmer Park homes for $6 million.
Former Qwest CFO Robert S. Woodruff listed 50 and 60 Clermont St., which sit on a half-acre, for $6 million in early April.
The 2,350-square-foot house at 50 Clermont St. is a two-story, two-bedroom home built in 2007 and can be used as a guest, nanny or mother-in-law home adjacent to the main attraction: a 6,100-square-foot mansion built in 2005 with five bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
The exterior features a basketball court, pool and hot tub. A large covered patio and fireplace round out the outdoor luxury.
Kelly Lanphere with Re/Max of Cherry Creek is listing the property.
Woodruff retired from Qwest in 2001, saying he wanted to spend more time with his family, according to a press release. He had been with the company since 1994.
During federal investigations and an SEC lawsuit accusing Qwest executives of fraud, Woodruff paid $2.6 million in 2012, a drop in the bucket compared to the $50 million he profited from the firm, according to The Denver Post.