A 6,800-square-foot penthouse on two top floors in the Four Seasons hit the market for $13 million.
Residential Real Estate
A restored New England-style house located a pitching wedge from the Cherry Hills Country Club hit the market this week.
A turn-of-the-century mansion built by a Denver businessman and beer baron is on the market in Capitol Hill for $3.5 million.
A retired Qwest executive is selling his two side-by-side Cranmer Park homes — outdoor pool and basketball court included.
Another entrepreneur frustrated with residential real estate agents is trying to undercut the establishment by charging a flat fee of $3,000 to help list and sell a house.
A giant of New York private equity has purchased a pair of retirement homes southeast of Denver as part of a billion-dollar deal announced in late March.
The $6 million mansion, which sits on two acres overlooking the golf course, last traded hands in 2013.
A house built in 1923 and designed by the same architect as the Wash Park Boathouse hit the market.
The Nuggets’ top scorer flipped a townhome – which he bought less than a year ago from retired Broncos star Demarcus Ware – for a tidy $125,000 profit.
Built in 1966, the 5,610-square-foot home has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms – all on one story.