Colorado Lakefront Home Asks $27.7 Million

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Colorado Lakefront Home Asks $27.7 Million

A roughly 122-acre estate in the Denver area with an English manor-style home and dressage ring is on the market for $27.7 million.

Located in Lakewood, Colo., about 20 minutes from downtown Denver, the property is the highest-priced home on the market in the area, according to co-listing agent Nancy Wolfe of Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty.

Built in the 1930s, the brick house is about 14,000 square feet, with 11 bedrooms and nine bathrooms, Ms. Wolfe said. With a clay tile roof and copper gutters, the house has unobstructed mountain views. The property sits on Ward Lake, where there is a beach and a blue-shuttered boathouse with a fireplace, also built in the 1930s. The gated estate also has a swimming pool, tennis court, three staff cottages, two barns and a fishing pond.

Read more at the Wallstreet JournalView the property listing here.

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