Two multimillion-dollar homes — one in the middle of it all, a second more removed — are up for sale.
A nearly 10,000-square-foot mansion on Spring Ranch Drive in Golden has hit the market for $4.5 million. And Michael Kachulis, founder and owner of United Railroad Services, has listed his penthouse in Denver’s Riverfront Park for $5.2 million (another penthouse in the same building sold for $3.75 million in January).
Here’s a rundown of the two listings:
Address: 484 Spring Ranch Drive
List price: $4.5 million
Stats: The 5-acre property includes a 9,800-square-foot mansion with four beds and six baths, as well as an adjacent stand-alone guest house with a kitchen and bathroom.
The finer things: The mansion, built last year by Mesa Properties, offers mountain views and comes fit with a home theater and exercise room in its walk-out basement. It features hand-scraped hickory floors, tiger marble counters, a steam shower, stone accents, distressed solid antique beams, hand-plastered ceiling treatments and four fireplaces. Its attached garage is fit for six cars.
Listing agents: Erin Susser of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
Address: 1590 Little Raven St. #PH4
List price: $5.2 million
Stats: The 4,900-square-foot penthouse has four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The finer things: Located on the top floor of the 13-story Riverfront Tower downtown, the penthouse has four balconies with views of the mountains, the river, Riverfront Park and the Denver skyline. The home’s master bedroom has two walk-in closets, a five-piece stone bathtub and a steam shower.
Seller: Michael and Marianne Kachulis, according to records. Michael Kachulis founded United Railroad Services, a railroad construction company, in 1979. Records show they bought the penthouse in November 2006 for $2.6 million.
Listing agents: Jackie Garcia of RE/MAX Professionals