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

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Number 3: 3 Winwood Drive, Cherry Hills Village -- $7,500,000
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Year Built: 2004
Builder: Cornerstone
Total Sq Feet: 14,638
Acres: 2.50

Undeniably One Of The Best Residences In Denver. Located At The End Of A Country Road (being Paved Aug / '13) And Sitting On 2. 5 Pristine And Very Private Acres, This Home Has Been Completely Remodeled With Only The Finest Designer Finishes And Meticulous Attention To Detail. Resort-like Property Includes Infinity Pool, Hot Tub, Numerous Patios, Decks And Botanic Gardens-like Grounds. Fabulous Floor Plan With An Incredible Multi-island Kitchen, Large Wine Room, Hearth Room, Elegant Dining Room, Main Floor Media Room, Great Room With Floor To Ceiling Double-sided Fireplace And Enormous Windows. Main Floor Covered Patio Is A Relaxation Mecca. Elevator To All 3 Floors. Dual Offices. 6 Car Heated Garage / Driveway. Shared Well For Irrigation. 2nd Floor Is Perfect For Families With Young Or Older Kids. With O Basement Is Wide-open And Provides Incredible Entertaining Space And / Or The Kids' Perfect Getaway. This Property Is Undeniably Magnificent. No Other Compares.

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16 comments
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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