Located in one of Colorado’s most sought-after neighborhoods, the Denver Polo Club, this luxurious compound stands out especially as it sits on 18,036 square feet of one of the most expansive lots in the area – 1.71 acres. Built as the stables to the Polo Club, back in the late 1920s, it was converted into a home about 20 years later. Its current owners bought it in 1994 and gut renovated it in 2002. They have kept the terrazzo and bronze flooring, the floating stairwell, a considerable part of the iron work at the doors and windows as well as the stone Doric columns, though.
Featuring 5 bedrooms and 9 baths, the main house is spread over two levels and features formal and informal living space, a great room, a master suite and two master bedrooms, high-end chef’s kitchen with eating space and kitchen island, an expansive exercise room with treatment room, family room, study/den, laundry room, wet bar, utility shed and sun room. Listing details include fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom, skylights, walk-in closets, burglar alarms and double-pane windows, stucco façade and cement shake roofing, and an 8-car motor court. Its outstanding layout makes it suitable to the most discerning buyer.