Denver Mansions for Under $1 Million
When it comes to mansions in Denver and Colorado, there are plenty to choose from.
New and historic.
The Molly Brown House Museum is among the most visited historic sites in Colorado.
It’s also one of the few sites in the nation that is dedicated to the interpretation of a woman’s story.
According to reports from last year, the area is a hot-bed for mega mansions.
One of the most popular Denver residents is Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning.
The home has 10 bathroom, seven bedrooms and its own elevator.
It sits on 3.37 acres and is 16,000-square feet in the exclusive Cherry Hills Village suburb.
Before we get into price or size, let’s list off what it has.
10,000 square feet of decks and patios
1,600-bottle wine cellar
70 acres with 50,374 square feet of indoor space.
Most of us will never be able to afford either of those mansions.
So what are the best places in Denver to get a mansion for under $1 million?
Ranch 1 story ($825,000)
This is the ultimate entertainer’s home with indoor and outdoor spaces with your comfort in mind.
There are hardwood floors throughout the main level and large windows bring in a lot of natural light.
For ultra-convenience, each bedroom has its own bathroom. There is five of each.
Its 4,239 square feet in a great location in Morrison, just west of Denver and close to Red Rocks Amphitheater.
2-story brick home ($979,000)
It has 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths.
It’s 6,098 square feet with extensive work done to all systems, kitchen and bathrooms.
Large living area with a fireplace and more room on the covered flagstone patio that is great for entertaining.
2-story new home ($870,000)
As the listing says, “No detail has been overlooked in this unique cul-de-sac home nestled in the middle of the city.”
Located near Colorado Boulevard and Interstate 25, this home is just minutes from downtown.
It has 3 bathrooms on 4,444 square feet.
The entry of the home leads you to the open floor plan of the living room, kitchen and breakfast room that is great for entertaining.
People will always love mansions.
Whether you actually take the step to live in one, who knows?
At least one can dream.