If you’re a fitness junkie with a cool $14 million to spend on a home in Denver, it’s hard to beat 460 Saint Paul Street.
The 5-bed, 8-bath mansion in Denver’s Cherry Creek neighborhood has a two-floor gym with a weight room, fitness machines, a yoga studio, massage room and a juice bar lounge.
“The location is super strong,” listing agent Gina Lorenzen said. “It’s steps away from the best boutiques in Denver.”
Priced at $13,995,000, the home is currently the most expensive listing on the market inside Denver city limits.
When you first walk in, you are sure to be impressed.
“It’s just the elegance of the design, the openness, and all the natural sunlight,” Lorenzen said. She added that the home, which was constructed by Paul Kobey in 2000, was built with the highest caliber materials. The gym was added six years later.
The 11,832-square-foot home sits on a 13,300-square-foot lot and was designed by architect Michael Knorr.
“He’s a very well-known, well-respected architect who specializes in a contemporary style,” Lorenzen said, adding that the design of this home is very unique.
The home has mountain views from the master bedroom and also a private upper deck, Lorenzen said. The home also features a koi pond.
The high-end Poggenpohl kitchen was recently upgraded and has limestone countertops and a glass backsplash.
It also has plenty of parking. In addition to a five-car garage, the home also have five additional parking spots deeded to it.
Published at Tue, 24 Dec 2019 13:00:05 +0000