Country Club home lists for $3.9 million

A home on North Gaylord Street hit the market for $3.85 million. (Photos courtesy Tahvory Bunting of Denver Image Photography)

The owners of a home in Country Club are hoping a sale is in the cards.

The five-bedroom and 6 1/2-bath house at 255 N. Gaylord St. hit the market for $3.85 million this week.

Built in 1937, the home was updated in 2016 to include his and her master bathrooms, a wine room and a finished basement, according to listing agent Heather Ehret-Faircloth with Kentwood Real Estate. A kitchen upgrade was also done at the same time.

The home was renovated in 2016.

Robert and Maureen Feduniak own the home, public records show. The pair have made about $900,000 playing poker in the last two decades, according to CardPlayer.com.

Ehret-Faircloth said playing cards is just a hobby for the couple. Prior to retirement, Robert Feduniak was a managing director at Morgan Stanley and co-authored a book titled “Futures Trading: Concepts and Strategies.”

The master bedroom.

Address: 255 N. Gaylord St.

List price: $3.85 million

Stats: Built in 1937, the 5,728-square-foot home has five bedrooms and 6 1/2 bathrooms, and an attached three-car garage.

The finer things: The home boasts four en suite bedrooms with large walk-in closets. The master bedroom includes separate his and her bathroom en suites, three walk-in closets, a sitting area with a fireplace and a private patio.

The master bath.

There are two laundry rooms, on the second floor and in the basement. And the kitchen features a double oven.

Seller: Robert and Maureen Feduniak purchased the home in November 2016 for $2.87 million, records show.

Listing agent: Heather Ehret-Faircloth with Kentwood Real Estate

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