Two exclusive mansions – in Cheesman Park and Cherry Hills Village – have hit the market in recent weeks.
Residential Real Estate
The developer of a neighborhood food hall has listed a 3,500-square-foot house on West 32nd Avenue.
A Nevada resident who’s earned more than $5 million playing cards anted up for the 17,000-square-foot mansion.
The property backs up to the golf course and features a waterfall and brook.
The sprawling mountain residence features stone from Oklahoma quarries and a snow-melting courtyard.
The trust of United Global founder Gene Schneider has put a 22,600-square-foot home near the country club on the market.
The Denver landmark was home to the son of a wealthy miner, Eben Smith, who built it in 1902.
The house has 10 bathrooms, geothermal heat and four ovens in the kitchen.
A 5,000-square-foot home built in the 1920s has been listed for sale by the president of an investment firm.
The housing authority in a small city in northeastern Colorado is now under the control of an executive with a Colorado Springs property management firm.