Photos: Six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, summer 2013 edition

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Just over six months ago, we shared a post featuring the five most expensive homes for sale in Denver, as featured on The Home Cart website. Checking back in, we discovered that three of the five are no longer listed -- a sign of the improving economy? -- while two remain, with one of them marked down by around $500,000. Bargain!

See that pair plus four new listings for spectacular properties, complete with pics, details and links ready for clicking by those wanting a major housing upgrade.

Number 6: 23 Sunset Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $5,895,000 (reduced from $6,480,000)

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Year Built: 1931
Builder: CUSTOM
Total Sq Feet: 10,717
Acres: 2.30
One-of-a-kind Opportunity To live In The Most Desired Cherry Hills Village Community. This Brick Tudor Sits On One Of The More Premier Lots In Country Homes. Lushly Landscaped Grounds, With Full Gardens, Horse Barn,greenhouse And Pool. Remodeled Kitchen. Large Family Room And New Master Suite. Lrg Formal Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, 7 Baths And A Full Finished Basement With Full Finished Basement. Best Location.
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Continue to keep counting up the six most expensive homes for sale in Denver, summer 2013 edition.

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ctewell1
ctewell1

Ill take me a fat mansion in 5 points over this Cherry Hills cracker shit any ol day. At least 2 were sort of old but you cant hang with victorian homes cats built with their hands 120 years ago. I love Denver!

Brandon Charles Haug
Brandon Charles Haug

Because some people would like to dream of owning a really nice house... Not you though. You're just a grump.

Chris Grundemann
Chris Grundemann

3 Winwood - dig the castley feel and that sweet party pool

DonkeyHotay
DonkeyHotay topcommenter

How exactly is this important to the average Westword reader -- who based on WW's own blog features only has $5 (five) to spend on weekend entertainment ??



fishingblues
fishingblues topcommenter

Just in time.  I'm moving back to Denver.

fishingblues
fishingblues topcommenter

@Andrea Mérida   Golly Andrea, if you bought the 1st one, you could save $585,000. 

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